We often get this question. While there is no one answer, we can give you some general guidelines. If you are coming to the Monday morning or Thursday night walk-in clinic, your wait may be as long as 3 hours. You will want to bring something to do while waiting. If you have a scheduled… ( read more )
The scheduling availability here at Health Partners varies from week – to – week, however t is not unusual for us to be scheduling patients 2-3 weeks out. Feel free to call and see how soon you could get in, but in most instances, you should plan to come to the Monday morning or Thursday… ( read more )
As good as we are, we know our limits. There are certain illnesses that we can not treat. These illnesses include diseases such as cancer, ALS, MS, and chronic pain. We can not purchase medications for the general public or pay physicians and hospital bills for individuals.
Many people need physicals for work or school, and we enjoy providing physicals. Our policy is that we will not turn away people that are sick in order to provide a physical, however, if we have enough practitioner availability who can see those that are sick as well as those needing a physical – we… ( read more )
Begin by talking to your doctor. Many physicians have samples of medicine in their office and would be glad to provide you with them. Your family doctor may also be able to help you apply for free medications directly from the drug companies. If you live in Piqua, you can call Piqua Compassion Network at (937)… ( read more )
The walk-in clinic begins at 8:30am every Monday morning and 6:00pm every Thursday evening. Registration begins at 8:00am and 5:30pm, respectively.
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