No Insurance and Medicare Primary Care

Primary care can be expensive and hard to find. Even if you have insurance, you may still have to wait days or even weeks to get an appointment.

Clear Path offers no insurance primary care that is fast, easy, and affordable!

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No Insurance Primary Care. We also accept Medicare!

Local medical clinic providing outpatient services to adults by a board-certified doctor in internal medicine. Call our medical office today for a friendly no obligation chat!

No Insurance Primary Care

We Take

We provide affordable primary care. We treat dual diagnosis, hypertension, thyroid abnormalities, diabetes, Hepatitis C, and many more conditions. We strive to give all patients the best care possible to help maintain proper health.

Our Most Popular Treatments


This is a condition that needs to be treated over a long period of time. Treating hypertension helps prevent strokes and other heart problems in the future.


This is an illness that can cause people to feel sad, hopeless, and lose interest in activities they once enjoyed. Depression comes in different severity levels, and can sometimes be accompanied by other illnesses such as bipolar disorder.

Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C is a virus that is commonly acquired through IV drug use as it is transmitted through infected blood. New medications are available to help treat this condition without major side effects that were once present with older treatments.


This is when you feel worried or nervous. For some people it only occurs occasionally, but for others this condition is a chronic daily issue. Some panic attacks can be so intense physically that people sometimes feel that they are having a heart attack.

Tooth infection

A tooth infection typically happens when there is damage to a tooth and the tissues around it become swollen and infected.

Thyroid disease

Thyroid disease is when the thyroid gland is not working correctly. There are different types of thyroid disease, and the most common one is called hypothyroidism. This means that the body is not making enough thyroid hormone. Hypothyroidism can be treated by taking thyroid hormone replacement medication.


This is one of the most common symptoms encountered in a medical practice. Patients with insomnia typically have difficulty or trouble falling sleep, staying asleep, or a mixture of the two. Insomnia is usually associated with other medical or psychiatric disorders. Thus, it is important to follow up with a physician to ascertain the reason for this symptom.

Skin infection

This is a general term that can describe something as simple as a topical fungal infection (commonly known as Ringworm) or a more involved infection with bacteria breaching the skin barrier causing redness and tenderness to the area.


Obesity is a condition that is linked to an increased risk of death and many health problems, such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and heart disease.

Outpatient Addiction Treatment

Of course we are well-known for our outpatient addiction treatment services.