It’s fast. It’s friendly. It’s convenient. And it’s a part of Lancaster General Health—the award-winning regional healthcare system that is committed to creating a healthy community by maintaining the health of area residents.
We want to make being healthy as easy as can be. Now you can get the high quality of care you associate with Lancaster General Health seven days a week, with extended hours, at a retail store near you. At Lancaster General Health Express, we treat common illnesses and minor conditions without an appointment, so you can get well and get back to your active lifestyle as fast as possible.
Health in the fast lane
At LG Health Express, you’ll find an experienced nurse practitioner who puts you in the express lane to care. We provide health screenings and can diagnose and treat a wide range of common conditions. We’ll even prescribe medication if it’s needed. When your doctor isn’t available and a visit to the Emergency Department isn’t needed, LG Health Express is the smart choice.
LG Health Express offers affordable services to get and keep you well, including diagnosis and treatment, screenings, immunizations and more. Most insurance plans are accepted.
What to expect when you visit
A visit to LG Health Express is easy, quick and convenient. Simply check in and give us some basic information, such as your name, address, date of birth, insurance and physician. Our nurse practitioner will meet with you privately to discuss your care. If your insurance plan is accepted at LG Health Express, we will submit directly to your insurance company. We will even send a report to your physician upon request so there is seamless communication regarding your care. Best of all, you’ll be back on your way and feeling better in no time.
If you're insured, you should contact your insurance company before your visit to verify coverage, including co-pays, co-insurance or deductibles. If you are uninsured or prefer to pay out of pocket, we accept cash, checks and credit cards.
For medical emergencies, please call 9-1-1 or go to the closest hospital emergency department.