Do I need an appointment to receive treatment at MD360?
How and when do I pay?
When are you open?
Do you offer emergency care?
What does it mean to be board-certified?
DO I NEED AN APPOINTMENT TO RECEIVE TREATMENT AT MD360?
No appointment is necessary at MD360 Convenient Care. You can simply walk in and register to see a physician, although wait times may vary. If you choose to make an appointment ahead of time, just call our office and let us know when you'll be arriving.
HOW AND WHEN DO I PAY?
We accept most major insurance plans, and any co-pays, deductibles and fees for non-covered services should be paid at the beginning of your visit. Payments may be in the form of cash, personal check or major credit card.
WHEN ARE YOU OPEN?
Our Scuffletown Road location in Simpsonville is open Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. until 10 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. and Sunday from 12 p.m. until 6 p.m.
DO YOU OFFER EMERGENCY CARE?
It is important to recognize the difference between convenient care and traditional emergency room care. MD360 is focused on the treatment of injuries and conditions that are non life-threatening. If you have a serious emergency that requires immediate medical attention, call 911 or proceed directly to the nearest emergency room.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE 'BOARD-CERTIFIED'?
Board certification indicates a physician's expertise in a certain area of practice or given specialty. In order to achieve this high level of accreditation, doctors must complete a comprehensive process of evaluation and testing. They must also be recertified periodically. At MD360, we're proud to have an exceptionally qualified team of board-certified physicians on staff.