Virtual "Telemedicine" appointments are now available, via the Internet or Phone.
Please see our Telemedicine Page for more information.
Please see our COVID-19 page for very important information regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, including changes at our offices, and our recommendations for you.
Finally, an affordable and accessible alternative
47 million Americans are without insurance, and several millions more are underinsured. Many of those who are insured face large deductibles and increasing co-payment costs. Others are ineligible for county, state, or federal welfare programs. Our goal is to provide quality medical care at a reduced rate in an effort to meet a growing need. Eliminating the administrative expenses associated with a visit to the doctor will allow us to pass along significant savings to you.
About Our Staff
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Ted Thompson — Medical Doctor
Jeffrey Menn — Medical Doctor
Greg Pehling — Medical Doctor
Angela Esquibel — Medical Doctor
James Patterson — Medical Doctor
James Baumgaertner — Dermatologist
Frank Bures — Dermatologist
Fred Kupfer — Physician Assistant, Certified
Katie Stewart — Physicians Assistant, Certified
Doug Moericke — Physicians Assistant, Certified
Kathryn Frie — Registered Nurse, Family Nurse Practitioner
Revadean Quastad — Family Nurse Practitioner
Lori Miskell — Family Nurse Practitioner
Lisa Schnepper — Family Nurse Practitioner
Barbara Stafslien — Family Nurse Practitioner
Sue Bock — Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner / Advanced Practice Nurse Prescriber
Le Sedlacek — Advanced Practice Nurse Prescriber
About Payments and Insurance
Patients are responsible for payment at the time of services. Receipt of paid billing will be given out at the time of visit for each encounter. Payments can be made by Cash, Check, Debit Card, Visa or MasterCard. We do not submit insurance claims nor respond to insurance requests.
Prescriptions can be faxed, written or called in.
About Treatment Limitations and Laboratory Testing
We will strive to limit any additional cost but not at the expense of appropriate medical care. Not all conditions can be completely managed or diagnosed by a primary care physician. Referral to a physician specialist will be made when clinically indicated.
Specialized laboratory testing or pathology services may be clinically appropriate. This testing will be ordered through an outside facility and the cost will be the responsibility of the patient.