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Your questions answered.
My physician’s practice has moved to Think. Will I keep my current physician?
Yes. You will continue to see the same physician.
My physician’s practice has moved to Think. Will my physician’s staff change?
No. You will continue to meet the staff you know & like.
Will my deductibles and co-payments remain the same?
Yes. If your physician has moved to Think, your deductibles and co-payments will remain the same.
Does my insurance cover my care at Think?
You can look for your insurance plan on the list of insurances we accept/do not accept on our Am I covered? page. Please remember, it is impossible for Think Whole Person Healthcare to know every insurance plan. We do our best to know what plans are accepted but ultimately it is up to the patient to know their insurance. When in doubt, please contact your insurance company and they will be able to tell you if we are a participating provider. We accept most major insurance plans.
How do I access ThinkQuick services?
Walk-in anytime between 7am to 8pm Monday through Friday and 9am to 5pm on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays, you don’t have to be a patient of Think to access ThinkQuick urgent care.
We have a highly capable team of nurses ready to help you with any of the following:
- Acute cellulitis
- Allergy symptoms
- Blood pressure check
- Bug/tick bites, bee/wasp stings
- Conjunctivitis, pink eye
- Earache, ear infection, ear wax removal
- Flu-like symptoms
- Holter monitor placement/removal (ordered by your doctor)
- Minor burns/sunburns
- Minor cuts and blisters
- Sore throat (strep, mononucleosis, etc.)
- Splinter removal
- Suture/staple removal
- Upper respiratory infection-bronchitis, cough, sinus problems
Injectable medications & vaccinations
- Depa Provera (birth control) – if ordered by doctor
- DTaP (Diphtheria, Tatanus and Pertussis)
- Flu Shots
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- HPV (Human papilloma virus)
- MMR (Measles, Mumps and Rubella)
- Steroids for allergies, etc.
- TD (Tetanus and Diphtheria)
- Testosterone – if ordered by doctor
- Varicella (Chicken pox)
- Vitamin B12 – if ordered by doctor
- Zostavax (Shingles)
How do I become a patient of Think Whole Person Healthcare?
It’s so easy. Fill out a new patient form and send it to us or call us at (402) 506-9000.
Can I visit the center?
Yes, we’d love to see you. Drop by to visit the center during regular business hours, between 7am – 9pm Monday through Friday and 9am – 5pm Saturday and Sunday. Check out our ThinkShop and have a coffee in the Agora cafe.
What does syncing of medications mean?
Synchronized scripts mean planning your medication so that all of your scripts are renewed on the same day. Your Personal Pharmacist plans this with you free of charge to eliminate multiple visits to the pharmacy and ensures your medication can then be pouched, in turn eliminating hours of counting and sorting and ensuring safe and compliant taking of medication.
What is pouched dispensing?
Pouched Dispensing is when all your medications are grouped together in a roll of different pouches by date and time. Once your Personal Pharmacist has synced your medications to ensure they all fall due on the same day, our dispensing team then pouch them in these simple to use rolls. No more counting of pills, no more confusing vials, just one role with all your medication correctly sorted. It makes medication easy to follow, ensures compliance, allows anyone to check that you are taking the right medications, allows you to travel with just a prepacked role and ensures piece of mind. This unique Think service is free to all our patients.
Are there any hidden fees at Think?
No. Think is committed to lowering the cost of your care. A visit to one of our doctors is the same as any other clinic. We do not, unlike other clinics, charge a facility fee nor do we charge for our unique pharmacy care program and pouch dispensing. All we charge you are the normal deductibles and co-pays that apply to you based on your insurance plan.