Insurance & Pricing

We believe in keeping things simple and straight-forward.

Our Low Flat Rate

Atlanta Urgent Care offers a low flat rate for most patients with insurance. This is a simplified fee with one price covering everything. Regardless of how many different things we have to do to treat you, we won’t increase your cost. There are no hidden charges. You will always see a physician at Atlanta Urgent Care.* Here is a list of insurances we accept:

  • Medicare
  • GA Medicaid/PeachCare for Kids
  • Aetna
  • Cigna
  • Humana
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • United Healthcare
  • Liberty Healthshare
  • GA Medicaid
  • CareSource
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Coventry
  • PHCS
  • Beech Street
  • Guardian
  • Assurant
  • UMR
  • Gallagher
  • Chesterfield
  • Multiplan
  • GEHA
  • Tricare
  • Golden Rule
  • Pearce
  • Ambetter
  • Meritain
  • National Union Fire
  • Core Management
    (Mercer Student Healthcare)
*at our Druid Hills and Peachtree Buckhead locations.

We welcome Veterans Affairs (VA) eligible patients. We are a part of the VA network, and we gladly participate in the Mission Act.

Here is how the low flat rate system works. Depending on your insurance, the contracted low flat rate averages around $150. The fees vary slightly based upon your particular insurance.  It could be a few dollars more, or a few dollars less (the range is from $115-$150). The Low Flat Rate cost is paid by you and/or your insurance depending on your plan, deductible and copay. If you have a high deductible, then this is very important because you will not get a bill higher than our Low flat rate with your insurance.

Low flat rate includes everything that we provide at our urgent care such as in house labs, x-rays, medication injections, IV fluids, and procedures.

So, for example, suppose you have an insurance for which the low flat rate price is $150.
Here are some examples to illustrate how the low flat rate would work for you:

If you are seen for pink eye, your cost (shared by you and/or insurance) is $150 for the visit, including any procedures or medications given.
If you came in nauseous and were in need of IV fluids and nausea medication.
Your cost remains $150.
During another visit, you may have a sore throat and need a strep test.
The cost would still be $150.

Low flat rate does not include major tests or lab work we send out, or orthopedics material such as crutches, or casting boots. It is not included because these services are provided by outside vendors. They will bill your insurance.

Self-Pay Pricing

Our affordable pricing for self-pay patients are listed below so you know what to expect when you come to our urgent care facilities.

Basic Urgent Care: $150
Clinical visit + 1 in house lab

(In house labs include: strep test, urine test, pregnancy test, flu test, mono)
(Additional $10 for each additional in house lab or urine/throat culture).

Intermediate Urgent Care: $200
Basic Visit, plus one of following:

  • 1 X-ray
  • 1 Shot (antibiotic or steroid)
  • Breathing Treatment for asthma
  • Tetanus Shot
  • EKG
  • Ear Irrigation
  • Eye testing/treatment
  • Splinting
  • Basic burn treatment
  • 2 blood tests (CBC, CMP, CPK, CRP, HCG Quan, Lipase, Lipid, Hem A1C, Sed Rate, PSA, TSH, Fasting glucose, etc.) (Additional $10 for each additional blood test)

Advanced Urgent Care: $250
Intermediate visit, plus one of the following:

  • Laceration repair
  • IV Fluids
  • 2 or more X-Rays
  • 2 Shots
  • EKG & Chest X-ray
  • Complicated burn treatment
  • Foreign body removal

STD Testing: $150 per visit, plus:

  • Gonorrhea & Chlamydia testing (with or without treatment) – $100
  • Wetprep - $100
  • Gonorrhea, Chlamydia (with or without treatment) and Wetprep - $200
  • HIV Test - $125
  • Syphilis - $50
  • Herpes I & II- $100
  • Herpes Culture- $100
  • Hepatitis A - $45
  • Hepatitis B - $45
  • Hepatitis C - $45
  • Hepatitis Panel (A, B, & C) - $130
  • Trichomonas - $250
  • STD Panel 1: Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, HIV, & Syphilis RPR - $225
  • STD Panel 2: HIV Panel I + Hepatitis Panel or Wet Prep- $300

Pricing FAQ's

What Insurance Do You Take?

We accept most medical insurance plans, including:* Medicare, Aetna, Cigna, Humana, BCBS, United, Kaiser Permanente, Coventry, GEHA, Tricare, Golden Rule, PHCS, Beech Street, Guardian, Pearce, Meridian, Meritain, Assurant, Medicaid, Core, UMR, Gallagher, Liberty, National Union Fire, Chesterfield, Sedgwick, Zurich, ChampVA, Ambetter, and more.

Most insurance policies provide “out-of-network” benefits, particularly for Urgent Care Clinics. We consistently work to add additional insurance companies, to further meet your needs. Please call one of our locations to ask if your insurance plan covers a visit to Atlanta Urgent Care.

What Will I Pay With Insurance?

Our "Low Flat Rate" is a simplified fee structure for our patients utilizing insurance with one price covering everything. Regardless of how many different things we need to do to treat you, we won’t increase your cost. This doesn’t include major outside tests or lab work, but it does include everything that we provide at our urgent care. This is especially beneficial for people who have high health insurance deductibles, our low flat rate info can be found further up this page by scrolling up.

What If I Don't Have Insurance Or Choose To Self Pay?

We believe in keeping things simple and straight-forward.  Our affordable pricing tiers for self-pay patients can be found further up on this page.

Is Atlanta Urgent Care more expensive than the ER?

We are a reliable, cost-effective alternative to visiting the emergency room and often significantly less expensive than the ER.

Do I Need An Appointment To Be Seen?

Simply walk-in to any of our clinics or schedule a reservation online using the Book Ahead button at the top of the page.

Do You Offer Preventative Medicine Services?
(Vaccines, Physicals, Blood Pressure Checks, etc)

Yes, we can manage preventative medicine and basic medical needs if you do not have a primary care provider, or your provider is unavailable. This includes the flu vaccine and tetanus shot.

How Long Will I Wait To See A Provider?

Our goal is to have our patients in and out the door in less than one hour. Wait times will depend on the number of patients at our clinic at time of your visit. Simply walk-in to any of our clinics or schedule a reservation online. Booking a reservation ahead of time can reduce wait times, however you are always welcome to walk in during office hours.

Does Atlanta Urgent Care treat infants?

All Atlanta Urgent Care physicians can treat patients 3 months and older.

Can I go to Atlanta Urgent Care if I get injured on the job?

We accept all immediate and general medical care patients. We are happy to see you regarding your employment related injury.

Where can I offer feedback about my experience?

We appreciate your feedback. You are welcome to submit questions, comments or suggestions for improvement on our Contact Page.