Frequently Asked Questions

AFD does welcome walk in patients for sick visits and injuries (acute care visits) however wait time could be variable. You are welcome to make an appointment for acute care visits by online with our InQuicker app or calling our office. For primary care visits including physicals and medication refills we do recommend an appointment.

Yes we do ADD & ADHD testing to help diagnose Attention Deficit Disorder.

Feel free to make an appointment with us. We do ask that you fax or bring records from your prior Doctor to us before your visit.

$125 for new patients or $95 for established patients

Since many ADD meds like Adderall are controlled, we ask patients to make appointments with your Provider for refills.

Bring your ID, Insurance card and ideally all your medicine bottles. At the minimum a list of your meds and number of refills left. Also bring a written list of any ?s you would like to ask your Provider.

We recommend yearly physicals for all our patients.

In theory yes, quite often now. We recommend you give our fax number to your specialist and ask them to fax a copy of your visit to us so your records are all in one place. And accessible via AFD’s patient portal.

A Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) is your Primary Care Doctors practice where your care is managed from. PCMH medical practices like America’s Family Doctors will allow patients to have online access to their Medical Records as well.

AFD does ePrescribe. Please allow an hour for your prescriptions to reach your pharmacy. If we give you a paper copy, it’s merely for verifying with you which Meds you will be on.

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