Self-pay fees

These prices include the cost of the office visit only, and do not include the costs of laboratory tests or medications.
 

Sick visits

Simple, such as an earache (up to 25 minutes)
New patient: $130
Established patient: $90

Moderate complexity, such as high cholesterol (up to 45 minutes)
New patient: $200
Established patient: $130

Complex, such as multiple, overlapping problems like fatigue, high blood pressure, and more (up to 60 minutes)
New patient $250
Established patient: $175

 

 

VACCINES

If you have insurance, these vaccines may be available at no cost to you.


Flu $31.99
Hepatitis A (adolescent) $65.99
Hepatitis A (adult) $113.99
Hepatitis B (adolescent) $59.99
Hepatitis B (adult) $89.99
Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) $249.99
Meningitis (meningococcal, MCV-4) $133.99
Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) $99.99
Pneumonia (Pneumococcal, 23-valent) $125.99
Polio (adult) $45
Shingles (recombinant) $169.99
Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Pertussis $63.99
Varicella (chickenpox) $149.99

All vaccine prices per per dose; some vaccines come in a two- or three-dose series.

 

Screening Physical Examinations

If you have insurance, this visit may be available at no cost to you.

Ages 12 to 17:
New patient: $150
Established patient: $135

Ages 28 to 39
New patient: $160
Established patient: $145

Ages 40 to 65:
New patient: $185
Established patient: $160

 

Sports, SCOUTS, SCHOOL, and CAMP Physicals

If you have insurance, this visit may be available at no cost to you.

Ages 12 to 21: $75
Ages 22 and older $85

 

DOT/CDL Examinations

If you have insurance, this visit may be available at no cost to you.

$85

 

STD/HIV Screening

If you have insurance, these tests may be available at no cost or at a reduced cost.

New patient: starting at $130
Established Patient: starting at $90