Find the answers to the questions so many of our patients have asked. If you don’t find the answer you’re looking for below, Contact Us. We’re here to help.
1. Where are you located?
There are over 350 Take Care ClinicsSM conveniently located at select Walgreens across the country.
To find the clinic nearest you, simply enter your ZIP code in the Location Finder.
2. What services do you offer?
From treatment for minor cuts and scrapes to allergies, ear infections and more,
Take Care Clinics provide a wide range of quality family healthcare services to help you prevent,
treat and manage your healthcare concerns. We also offer a full range of vaccines; camp, school and sport physicals; and adult health evaluations.
View the full list of our healthcare services.
3. How much does it cost?
Treatment for common illnesses starts at $79.
Fees may be higher, depending on additional tests and procedures, as well as the complexity and length of your visit.
If you have a plan which we do not currently accept, we will give you a receipt that you can submit to your insurer for reimbursement
if your plan offers out-of-network benefits. Our Cost Menu lists our prices for each procedure, diagnostic test and vaccine
so that you know what to expect. We accept cash, credit cards and debit cards. Sorry, but we do not accept personal checks.
4. Is there a way to get a discount on clinic services?
Take Care Clinics participate in the Walgreens Prescription Savings Club discount card network.
Club members receive 10% savings on all Take Care Clinic services.
This discount cannot be used in conjunction with insurance.
Click here to learn more.
5. What ages do you treat?
Take Care Clinics treat patients 18 months and older. Ages for specific vaccinations and other services may vary.
See our full service listing for additional details.
6. Do you accept my insurance?
Take Care Clinics welcome most insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid.
Click here to view a full list of our partnering insurance plans in your area.
7. Do I need to make an appointment?
Appointments are not necessary, but are available. Click here to schedule an appointment. For walk-ins, our patients are seen on a first come, first serve basis.
Simply walk in, sign in at the touch screen kiosk and a healthcare provider will be with you shortly.
8. What hours are you open?
Hours of operation vary by location, though Take Care Clinics are generally open for 12 hours on weekdays and for eight hours on weekends.
To find out the specific hours of a clinic near you, enter in your ZIP code to our
Location Finder for a local listing of Take Care Clinics and their hours.
**Please note: We may stop accepting new patients earlier than clinic closing time due to high patient volume.
9. How long is the wait time at the clinic?
While wait times vary by location, time of day and season, patients typically experience less than a 20-minute wait
before they are seen by a healthcare provider. To find the current wait times at a clinic near you, enter your ZIP code into our Location Finder.
The wait times are updated regularly, providing you with accurate information every day.
No time to wait? Click here to schedule an appointment at a location near you.
10. What type of healthcare providers work at Take Care Clinic?
Take Care Clinics are staffed by Family Nurse Practitioners and, in select markets, Physician Assistants who are board-certified and fully licensed
to treat patients 18 months and older. Our healthcare providers actively listen to each of our patients‘ needs, conduct thorough examinations,
and provide individualized diagnoses and treatment plans. They can even write prescriptions if you need them.
Learn more about our exceptional healthcare providers.
11. Why are you not located in my area?
While we have over 350 Take Care Clinics nationwide, we realize there are communities in which we currently do not serve.
Take Care Health Systems is always evaluating new locations for Take Care Clinics in order to provide improved access to quality family healthcare
for our patients across the country.
12. Can I talk to the healthcare provider at the clinic?
While our Family Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants make follow-up calls to patients treated at a Take Care Clinic in order to check
on your well-being, our clinics and providers cannot accept incoming phone calls. However, our Patient Support Center is available to answer
your questions about hours of operation, locations, insurance coverage and more. If you have been a patient at any Take Care Clinic and have
a question related to your care during a previous visit or another healthcare related question, our Patient Support Center representatives
will take your information and have one of our Family Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistants return your call between patients.
Our Patient Support Center is available (CST):
|Monday through Friday
||7:00am - 10:00pm
||8:00am - 7:30pm
||8:30am - 7:30pm
The Patient Support Center also accepts email inquiries. Contact Us and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.