If you’re tired of high healthcare costs, here’s something you can finally feel good about. We are committed to providing patients with simple, transparent, self-pay pricing at any FastMed, CareSpot, or MedPost location. In addition, rest assured knowing that we accept payment from most major insurance plans, including government plans like Medicare and Medicaid.
So feel better knowing you’re getting the quality healthcare you deserve at a price that won’t make you sick.
Self-pay pricing Office visit $199
Incudes a provider visit, plus any of the following:
Medication via injection (excluding vaccines)
Foreign object removal
Suture repair and removal
Does not include:
Durable medical equipment (crutches, braces, etc.)
Below are the self-pay prices for our most common services. For a complete list of services we offer, click here.
Outside Labs (charged in addition to $199 office visit)
A camp physical includes a review of medical and family history, vital signs, height and weight, and vision screening, as well as a general physical exam. In addition, it may include any or all of the following: vaccine review, medication authorization, dietary restrictions, physical limitations, and emergency treatment information and planning.
A college sports physical is a screening examination for participation in sports. It includes a review of medical and family history, vital signs, height and weight, vision screening, a vaccine review, a general physical exam and extensive paperwork completed. Note: This exam is not substitute for a comprehensive examination where important preventive health information is covered.
A DOT physical is required for obtaining or renewing a commercial driver’s license. It is a comprehensive health assessment with a review of past medical history and medications as well as a comprehensive physical, including BMI, vision, hearing, and a color-blindness assessment.
A general physical is a screening exam for adults that includes a review of past medical history and medications, a vaccine review, as well as measurement of vital signs: height, weight, body mass index (BMI), blood pressure, and pulse. It also includes vision and hearing screening and a general physical exam, with appropriate medical referrals recommended.
Note: A general physical exam for adults does not replace an annual wellness exam.
A school physical is a health assessment as required for school purposes. It includes a review of past medical history, medications, a vaccine review, and a limited physical exam that includes vision and hearing screening.
A sports physical is a screening examination for participation in sports. It includes a review of medical and family history, vital signs, height and weight, vision screening, a vaccine review, a focused physical exam and basic paperwork completed. Note: This exam is not substitute for a comprehensive examination where important preventive health information is covered.
An employment physical incorporates specific information requested by the employer in addition to a review of past medical history and medications, measurement of vital signs: height, weight, BMI, blood pressure, and pulse. It also includes vision and hearing screening. The specific information requested by an employer may include a more detailed review of medical and occupational history, a focused physical exam, and adjunctive testing such as pulmonary function, EKG, laboratory evaluations, etc.
All physicals listed above include a vaccine review. FastMed follows CDC guidelines for a vaccine review. Patients must bring their vaccine history information in order for the vaccine review to be completed.
*Participation in self-pay pricing cannot be used in combination with commercial insurance benefits nor can it be provided to patients participating in U.S. government health plans. Please note that some procedures are excluded from self-pay pricing. We reserve the right to change our pricing at any time, without prior notice. For more pricing information, please contact a clinic near you.