Who does the red flag triage for Albany?
Last name of the Albany Urgent Care Only Provider?
If patient calls with a "non-red flag" symptom; where is that call triaged?
Albany Urgent Care appointments are scheduled or walkins?
This Albany provider is DOT certified, and has an unusual spelling for his first name.
The Albany Urgent Care Provider is a __________ ____________.
Last name of husband/wife provider at Albany?
Screening mammograms for Albany are scheduled where?
Patient waiting at the Pharmacy; call goes to _____________?
Albany has Medication Therapy Management (MTM) onsite? true or false
This appointment type is not scheduled by the Call Center?
This type of scan is scheduled at Melrose?
What phone do we send callers to for Emergency calls to provider/staff?
The Avenue where the Albany Clinic is currently located?
The day of the week when the clinic is only open until Noon?
TPH is what type of visit; and is not offered at Albany?
Pediatric Sports Physicals are scheduled as____ _____ _____?
Albany providers will see any CentraCare Health patient for acute needs?
Appointments for specialists are scheduled in what department; and not scheduled by the call center?
This is an imaging service that IS offered in Albany; but not scheduled by the call center?
What town do the Orthopedic specialtists come from to outreach in Albany?
Albany Clinic has how many Physician Assistants that currently see patients?
A type of symptom that is seen in the Urgent Care?
A symptom that needs Red Flag Triage?
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