General FAQs

We forward our phones to our answering service from 12:00 to 1:00; however, our office is usually open during this time.

Please see our current list of participating insurance here.

Unfortunately, not all insurance companies cover Nurse Practitioner visits. Our office staff will do it's best to help you determine if your policy covers nurse practitioner visits. We will make every effort to inform you of this prior to scheduling appointments.

No, Dr. Wallace has elected to use Dr. Misra to oversee her patients while in the hospital. The Hospitalist will keep Dr. Wallace informed on status her patients health.

We are typically closed New Years Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, the day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and the day after Christmas.

We do require appointments, however we do have same day appointments worked into the schedule for patients with acute health issues such as sore throats, colds urinary tract infections, etc.

Yes. In order for your insurance carrier to process claims for laboratory tests they have to be ordered by the physician or nurse practitioner and submitted with a diagnosis. Scheduling an appointment also helps to ensure we have staff in the office to perform the test.

We have a 48 hour turn-around time on all prescription requests.  Some prescription requests require an appointment with the physician or nurse practitioner.  Please note, we will not write prescriptions for antibiotics without an examination by the physician or nurse practitioner.  Please contact our office 1 to 2 weeks prior to taking your last dose of medication to ensure you do not miss taking any of your medications.

If you have an emergency call 911. All other calls may be directed to the physician on call by calling our office at 256.533.5211.