After Hours Medicine Meets Old Fashioned Care

NEW Saturday Clinic 8-2pm 

What We Do

Good Neighbor Nurse Practitioner is pleased to provide Artesia and surrounding areas with after hours and weekend telehealth and concierge health care services. Good Neighbor Nurse Practitioner provides real health solutions at an affordable price.

Service Hours:

Monday-Friday after 6pm

Anytime Saturday & Sunday

 

Services

 

We do not prescribe or refill narcotic medications

  • Cold/Flu Symptoms

  • Sore Throat or Strep

  • Cough

  • Respiratory infections

  • Sinus Infection

  • Ear Infection

  • Ear Wax Removal

  • Foreign Object Removal

  • Eye Infections/Pink Eye

  • Rashes

  • Skin infections

  • Nail infections

  • Abscess drainage

  • Wounds

  • Lacerations

  • Womens Health

  • Contraception

  • Skin infections

  • Nail infections

  • Abscess drainage

  • Wounds

  • Lacerations

  • Sprains/Strains

  • Joint injections

  • Ingrown Toenail

  • Medication injections

  • Medication refills

  • IV hydration

Fee Schedule

We offer flexible self-scheduled appointments, swift on call action, and convenient tele health appointments. Good Neighbor Nurse Practitioner does not submit to insurance and in turn can keep healthcare costs affordable.  

After 6pm 

Appointments 

$60 + tax

Established Patient Telehealth Med Refill

$30 + tax

House call

Appointment

$99 + tax

 
 

How it works

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Simply call our number and you will be connected to your nurse practitioner.

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Once your appointment is established you will have the option to pay secure via text for a hassle free experience. Service fee does not include cost of medication or supplies utilized.

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Avoid waiting in a lobby with those that are sick or hoping someone returns your call in the next week.

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Your nurse practitioner will give your health needs undivided time and attention with an in-person appointment that best fits your schedule.

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For your convenience some health needs such as medication refills or questions can be addressed through telehealth.

When to go to the Emergency Department

Good Neighbor Nurse Practitioner is not a replacement for urgent and emergent medical care. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms you should go to the nearest emergency room or call 911!

  • Symptoms of chest pain

  • Shortness of breath

  • Dizziness or weakness

  • Passing out or syncopal episodes

  • Seizure activity

  • Symptoms of stroke or slurred speech

  • Anaphylactic reactions

  • Any life-threatening injury

  • Motor vehicle/ATV accidents

  • Loss of consciousness

  • Worsening of chronic illness

  • Worsening chronic wound infections

  • Head injures

  • Changes to Mental Status

  • Psychological disorders

  • Severe pain to abdomen or chest

  • Bleeding during pregnancy

  • Burns

  • Injuries from falls

  • Animal bites

  • Chronic pain treatment