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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a referral?
Referrals are not required; however, they are beneficial as they provide us information regarding your medical history.
How can I pay my bill?
Contact us toll free 855-HEALDAT
How long does it take to get an appointment?
We aim to schedule our patients within 24-48 hours.
How long has MedCentris been open?
MedCentris began in 2009, in a partnership between a Physician and a Nurse Practitioner.
What time does your office open?
All offices are open Monday-Friday, 8am to 5pm. Certain locations only see patients on certain days.
What insurances does MedCentris Accept?
We accept most insurance including Medicaid.
Is this an Urgent Care Office?
An urgent care center is a walk-in clinic focused on the delivery of medical care for minor illnesses and injuries in an ambulatory medical facility outside of a traditional hospital-based or freestanding emergency department. We are not urgent care.
Is MedCentris a Home Health Agency?

We are not a Home Health Agency. We work closely with Home Health Agencies to promote wound healing.

Is MedCentris a Primary Care Facility?
We are not a primary care facility. MedCentris is a team of highly trained specialists who are experts in Comprehensive Wound Management Program implementation. MedCentris offers the best wound healing technology and products.
How do I contact a local clinic?
Click this link to our locations page for phone and fax numbers.
How do I contact the Home to Heal or TeleWound Program?
Contact us toll free 855-HEALDAT
What is wound debridement?
Wound debridement involves removing necrotic tissue to promote wound healing. We use topical/injectable lidocaine to help control pain.

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