Our Services

The fastest and most convenient way to take care of
common illnesses and minor conditions.

Whether you have a fever, need a physical for school or camp, or want the protection of a flu shot, Lancaster General Health Express offers services to get and keep you well.

Not sure where to go for care? View our guide to determine what is best for you.

Common Acute Illnesses — $59
Bladder/Urinary Tract Infection
Cold Sore
Fever
Motion Sickness
Pink Eye
Seasonal Allergies
Ear Wax Removal — $50

Respiratory Illnesses — $59
Asthma
Bronchitis
Ear Infection
Flu
Sinus Infection
Sore Throat/Laryngitis
Swimmer’s Ear

Immunizations —
Administration/Counsel Fee - $19
Flu Shot - $29
Hepatitis B - $60
Meningococcal - $130
MMR - $66
Tetanus (Td) - $44
Tetanus (Tdap) - $41
Varicella - $90
Zostavax- $175

Screenings —
(For screenings requiring fasting, 10-12 hours of fasting is necessary before test)
Diabetes/Finger Stick - $10
Flu Test/Rapid - $23
Pregnancy Test (1) - $28
Strep Test/Rapid - $20
TB Skin Test - $25
Wellness (fasting-glucose & lipid) - $40

 

Dermatologic Conditions — $59
Ankle Sprain (mild)
Athlete’s Foot
Cuts/Scrapes
Deer Tick Bites
Eczema
Hives
Impetigo
Insect Bites/Stings
Lice
Minor Burns
Nail Infections
Poison Ivy
Ringworm
Rosacea
Scabies
Shingles
Skin Rashes
Styes
Sunburn
Suture Removal

Gastrointestinal Conditions — $59
Diarrhea
Gastroenteritis
Nausea/Vomiting

Physical Exams — $59
Additional Physical Forms - $10
Camp
Drivers Permit
Employment
School
Sports

Additional Services
Annual Medicare Wellness Initial Visit - $0 (2)
Annual Medicare Wellness Subsequent Visits - $0 (2)
Welcome to Medicare - $0 (2)

 

Prices listed are cash only and may vary if submitted to insurance.  If you have insurance, services will be billed through our practice fee schedule.  (1)Female patients only.  (2)Services covered through Medicare Insurance.

When to visit
The nurse practitioner at LG Health Express can provide prompt care for common illnesses and minor conditions—coughs and colds, fevers, the flu, cuts, rashes, ear infections and more, as well as screenings, vaccinations and routine physicals.

If you have a more serious injury or a life-threatening condition, call 9-1-1 or visit the nearest Emergency Department.

We work with your doctor
After your visit, we’ll fax a report to your physician upon request. We recommend contacting your physician for follow-up care.

Don’t have a doctor? Call 1-888-LGH-INFO (1-888-544-4636) or click here to find a Lancaster General Health physician.

*If you are a patient of Lancaster General Health, we can access and update your electronic medical record. If you are not a patient of Lancaster General Health, please bring your immunization records to the physical.