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Quick Care Does Not Treat Chronic Pain nor Prescribe Controlled Substances

  • Patients that request to be seen for chronic pain are to be referred either  to a local Emergency Room or pain management center.
  • Patients that have an old injury and are requesting pain medication shall be referred either to a local Emergency Room or pain management center.
  • If they have formerly been treated in a pain management clinic or practice and request pain medications they shall be referred either to a local Emergency Room or pain management center.
  • If they have missed an appointment at a pain management center, ran out of pain medications, or have been referred to Quick Care by another doctor for pain medication they shall be referred as above.
  • If they have pain medication prescriptions lost, stolen, or destroyed they shall be referred either to a local Emergency Room or pain management center.

 

Over the years Quick Care’s chronic pain policy had been relaxed for the convenience of the patient. However, with new stricter state guidelines and an increase in new patients with chronic pain conditions, effective April 4, 2014 Quick Care has returned to its original policy. We do not treat chronic pain.

Through June 29, 2017 Quick Care has treated 246,627 different patients.