For patients without health insurance, an emergency room visit typically costs from $150-$3,000 or more, depending on the severity of the condition and what diagnostic tests and treatment are performed.
Statins are used to treat high cholesterol and cost about $139.29 for generic and $360.43 for brand name medications.
HIV is a virus that breaks down certain cells in your immune system. Without insurance, you can get HIV tested through Mira for $50. At Planned Parenthood, the cost for HIV testing depends on your income.
Insulin ranges between $35-$100 and $174-$300 per vial without insurance.
Without insurance, Viagra will cost you between $150- $205. With insurance, you could expect to pay $100 depending on your prescription co-pay.
How much do Levothyroxine and other thyroid medications cost? Levothyroxine costs around $15.81 for 30 tablets of 50 mcg. Generic brand medications tend to be less expensive than the name brand.
Without insurance, you can manage diabetes using Mira, Medicaid or Medicare, or Patient Assistance Programs.
If you can't afford a doctor's visit, you should use Mira or check to see if you are qualified for Medicare, Medicaid, or the Children’s Health Insurance Program.
Go to urgent care if you are in a non-emergency situation and if your primary care doctor not available.
Yes, you can go to urgent care for annual physicals. Many urgent cares offer preventative care visits such as annual physicals.
Yes, you can go to urgent care for a yeast infection. You can treat a yeast infection at multiple urgent care centers including CityMD, ProHealth Urgent Care, Minute Clinic, and more.
We called 10 of the top urgent care centers in the U.S. to find out how much they charge for stitches without insurance. Stitches range in cost: $165 to $415.