Frequently Asked Questions
Primary care is a patients’ first step into the healthcare system and is the prime point for all needed health care services. Primary care provides disease prevention, health promotion, patient education, and treatment of acute and chronic illnesses.
Your primary care provider should be someone you trust and can rely on to help manage your healthcare.
-Is the staff friendly and helpful?
-Is it easy to schedule an appointment?
-Is the office easily accessible?
-Does the office appear to be neat and clean?
Healthy patients should see a primary care provider for a wellness exam or physical at least once a year. Patients with chronic health issues such as, diabetes or heart disease, will see their physician more often.
The front desk staff at Premier Primary Care will be happy to assist you in scheduling an appointment. You may call (731) 224-4659 or stop by the clinic.
You will receive your choice of an automated phone call, text message, or email 2 days prior to your appointment.
We accept cash, checks, debit/credit cards, and care credit. Your out of pocket costs including copays are expected at the time of service. We participate with most insurance plans.
Contact our office at (731) 224-4659 Monday through Thursday 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Friday 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. You may also pay your bill online through our secure patient portal.
You may request your refill through our patient portal or by contacting our office two business days prior to needing your prescription.
Adults and children should receive a yearly flu vaccine unless there is a reason this isn’t advised.
A tetanus booster is recommended every 10 years.
Older adults should talk with their provider about a shingles vaccine when they reach age 60, and a pneumococcal vaccine to prevent pneumonia at age 65.
-Securely view your personal health record
-Access when its convenient for you
-Secure message your provider
-Pay your bill online
-Request prescription refills