Insurance and Pricing

Check if RapidDoc Urgent Care accepts your plan.
We accept several major insurance plans.

While we are not currently contracted with commercial HMO insurances,
we are more than willing to accept most medical groups for your convenience and care.
Have an insurance plan and are not certain if we accept it, or any insurance related questions?
We have answers. Please give us a call at 310-777-1700.

Don’t have health insurance with our in-network carriers? No problem!

We also accept cash/self-pay at an affordable price if you don’t have insurance, if you do not have insurance with one of our in-network carriers, or would rather pay your visit in full at the time of your service. Our pricing guide below outlines our out-of-pocket pricing for our services.

Visit Type

Urgent Care Visit (Additional fees outlined below)
Pre-Employment Medical Screening Evaluation
$180 (Cash Only)
Pre-Operative Clearance Evaluation
$200 (Cash Only)

"This base visit price does not include any recommended X-rays, EKG, lab draw, any necessary procedures, etc."

On-Site Imaging and Labs (in addition to the visit fee)

Depending on study to be performed
$75 – $200 each
Hemoglobin Level


Blood Sugar
Fecal Occult Blood Testing (FOBT)
Urine Dipstick
Pregnancy Test
X-ray CD copy

Respiratory Pathogen Antigen Testing

Rapid Influenza A/B Antigen Testing
Rapid COVID-19 Antigen Testing
Rapid MonoSpot Testing
Rapid Strep Antigen Testing

Medication Administration (in addition to the visit fee)

Tetanus Immunization
IM (Intramuscular) Medications (Toradol, Zofran, Decadron, etc)

Specialized Testing and Examinations (in addition to the visit fee)

Gynecologic (pelvic) Examination


Anorectal Examination


TB Skin Test

Procedures (in addition to the visit fee)

Foreign Body Removal
Depending on number, location, and depth
$125 – $700
Incision and Drainage
Depending on location, size, and depth
$150 – $700
Subungal Hematoma Drainage
Laceration Repair with Dermabond Glue
Laceration Repair with Staples or Sutures –
Depending on location, size, shape/complexity, need for multiple layers of repair, and need for debridement
$200 – $1250
Laceration Repair with Staples or Sutures –
Multiple layers of repair, or length >3cm
Laceration Repair with Staples or Sutures –
If length >10cm
Ear Lavage, without Curettage –
Per Each Ear
Ear Lavage, requiring Curettage –
Per Each Ear
Fracture or Dislocation Reduction
Depending on fracture complexity and joint involved
$200 – $600

Medical Supplies (in addition to the visit fee)

Splint Application
Depending on splint type and involved limb
$65 – $150
Walking Boot
Arm Sling
Knee Immobilizer
Depending on type and height
Wound Dressing Supplies

Frequently Asked Questions

As a provider contracted with prominent PPO insurance carriers and Medicare, we highly recommend contacting your health insurance plan before your scheduled visit to verify your coverage and benefits. You can usually locate the contact number on the back of your insurance card.
A co-pay, or copayment, is a fixed amount a healthcare user pays for covered medical services. The remaining balance is covered by the patient’s insurance company. Co-pays typically vary for different services within the same plans, particularly when they involve services that are considered essential or routine and others that are considered to be less routine or in the domain of a specialist. Co-pays for standard doctor visits are typically lower than those for specialists. Note that co-pays for emergency room visits tend to be the highest.
To get your specific co-pay cost amount for your visit to RapidDoc Urgent Care, we will need to see your insurance card and verify the insurance carrier. We recommend that you call the member’s services number on the back of your insurance card and ask about coverage and co-payment fees for urgent care visits. Co-pays for an urgent care visit will typically be different from the co-pay amount for a primary care visit. If you do not have time to call your insurance carrier, we can determine the co-pay amount if your plan and coverage is verified upon check-in to your visit.
A deductible is a fixed amount a patient must pay each year before their health insurance benefits begin to cover the costs. After meeting a deductible, beneficiaries typically pay co-insurance—a certain percentage of costs—for any services that are covered by the plan. They continue to pay the co-insurance until they meet their out-of-pocket maximum for the year. Co-pays and deductibles are just two parts of the health insurance equation. In general, plans that charge lower monthly premiums have higher co-pays and higher deductibles. Plans that charge higher monthly premiums have lower co-pays and lower deductibles.
Upon your arrival, our professional team will promptly gather your insurance information and proceed to verify your coverage status through your insurance provider’s online portals. While we make every effort to ensure accurate verification through the information provided to us by insurance payers’ portals, it is important to note that insurance providers do not guarantee coverage until your visit claim is processed by them. Should we encounter difficulties in obtaining reliable verification of your insurance at the time of your visit, we will offer you payment at our standard cash rate for the services provided, which vary according to the type of treatment. For your convenience, our pricing list is available above.
It is important to note that coverage and benefits for out-of-network services may vary depending on the specific details of your insurance plan. While we have contracts with most insurance carriers, including PPOs and Medicare, we strongly advise that you contact your health insurance provider to verify your coverage and benefits before your scheduled visit. The contact number can be found on the back of your insurance plan card for your convenience.
Our team conducts a thorough analysis of the market by examining comparable services, healthcare and supply costs, as well as inflationary trends. We aim to maintain affordability and accessibility for the average patient while ensuring equitable compensation for our dedicated clinic teams.
If your insurance was verified upon your clinic visit, RapidDoc Urgent Care bills your insurance within several days after your appointment. If you have outside lab work done you will be billed completely separately by the outside lab. If the lab and test is performed entirely within our clinic it will appear on your RapidDoc Urgent Care bill. Your insurance may pay all or a portion of your bill, depending on your benefit plan and your deductible. At some point, you will receive an EOB (Explanation of Benefits) from your insurance, directly. This is not your bill but an explanation of what insurance paid/covered and what you may owe. If it’s been more than two months since your appointment and you still have not received a bill, or if you have any billing questions at all, please call us at 310-777-1700. We are happy to help!
If you have any questions about your bill or claim, please contact us at 310-777-1700.

Mandated Notices: It is required by law, that patients for informational purposes, be provided a link to the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Open Payments web page, which describes detailed information about payments of value worth over ten dollars ($10) from manufacturers of drugs, medical devices, and biologics to physicians. The Open Payments database is at the following link:

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