FAQs at Joshua Medical Center in Omaha, NE
Do you have any additional questions? Please call us
Do you take my insurance?
Joshua Medical Center is happy to accept most insurance plans. Making high-quality care as accessible and convenient as possible is our priority. To that end, we can also file your claim for you; however, any co-pays, deductibles, or non-covered services must be paid at the time of services rendered. We also accept cash, check, & credit.
If you do not have insurance, please see our Joshua Wellness Program.
What age range do you treat?
All of our urgent care providers, provide exceptional care to everyone age. No matter your age, we make it our mission to provide the best healthcare possible.
Do I have to make an appointment?
There is no need to make an appointment for you to come see our trusted providers at Joshua Emergicare; you can walk-in 6 days a week! We do not require a referral from your provider, but if you’d like for us to have your records on file, we’d be happy to work with your primary care on getting the necessary information!
Is Joshua Medical Center and Joshua Emergicare open on holidays?
We are closed on the following holidays:
New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
We do also observe Cinco de Mayo and are closed that day as well.
How do I pay my bill?
Please call us directly or mail payments to:
Joshua Medical Center
PO Box 77365
Omaha, NE 68107
Why do I have a bill or why am I receiving a bill?
Our records indicate that you have a balance with our Clinic. If you have questions, please contact us directly
Can I make payment arrangements to pay my bill?
Yes. Our priority is to keep your patient account in good standing. We will work with you to set up a payment arrangement that works for you, to pay your existing balance.
How do I contact your office?
IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING CHEST PAINS, SHORTNESS OF BREATH, UNCONTROLLABLE BLEEDING, SPINAL INJURIES, BLURRED VISION, CHANGES IN MENTAL STATUS OR ARE UNSURE OF THE SEVERITY OF YOUR SYMPTOMS, CALL 911 OR CONTACT YOUR PRIMARY CARE PROVIDER IMMEDIATELY.