What services does MinuteClinic offer? Our family nurse practitioners and physician assistants can: Diagnose, treat and write prescriptions* for common family illnesses such as strep throat, bladder infections, pink eye, and infections of the ears, nose and throat via
Can MinuteClinic prescribe antibiotics?
At a Minute Clinic, you will likely be seen by a physicians' assistant or a nurse practitioner. They will be able to order tests, take your medical history, and prescribe medications. via
Is CVS MinuteClinic good?
The Verdict. The MinuteClinic experience was quick and easy to follow, and it offers patients in underserved neighborhoods access to affordable healthcare. Because the clinic sits in a CVS or Target store, it is far less intimidating for patients who may fear large hospitals and the costs associated with them. via
Are MinuteClinic doctors real doctors?
These nurses, even with their advanced training, are not doctors. It is also true serious or even life threatening conditions can masquerade as innocent medical complaints and might not be recognized by a nurse who treats colds and ankle sprains. via
Is MinuteClinic cheaper than doctor?
In regards to the cost, Minute Clinics are far more affordable than an emergency room visit. They are often more affordable then even a visit to your regular doctor. Doctors often charge an office visit fee which can range from $100 to $300. via
Does urgent care require insurance?
The answer is “YES” you can go to an Urgent Care Center without insurance and be treated, but if you can't afford to pay, they could turn you away. Urgent Care Centers are not bound by the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act and most require some form of payment at the time of service. via
Does MinuteClinic take insurance?
We accept most insurance plans. via
Is CVS testing free?
It is free for you to use. If I test negative, can I see a MinuteClinic provider? Yes. At our rapid testing sites, patients who receive a negative test result are able to enter the clinic for a visit with a MinuteClinic provider to discuss your results and other health concerns, and for further evaluation of symptoms. via
Is CVS Minute Clinic still open?
Welcome to MinuteClinic® To best serve high patient demand for COVID-19 testing, there may be limited availability for scheduling a MinuteClinic visit in advance. Our clinics still remain open for walk-ins. via
Can CVS Minute Clinic write prescriptions?
About our practitioners
Our family nurse practitioners and physician assistants* are certified to provide these services for adults and children: Diagnose and treat common illnesses, injuries and skin conditions. Administer vaccinations, screenings and physicals. Write prescriptions when medically appropriate. via
Can you see a doctor at CVS?
In-store clinic exams, which are available at CVS stores nationwide, cost between $99 to $129 at stores nationwide. If patients' illnesses can't be diagnosed virtually, they will be advised to see a doctor in person and only pay for the in-store clinic exam, a CVS spokeswoman said. via
Is MinuteClinic open on weekends?
When is MinuteClinic open? Our clinics are open seven days a week, including evenings and weekends. Find a clinic or call 1-866-389-ASAP (2727) for clinic operating hours. via
Does CVS MinuteClinic accept Medicaid?
We accept most prescription insurance
Check with your insurance provider to determine coverage. We currently do not accept Medicaid from other states. via