Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How can I make an appointment?

We’ll be happy to schedule an appointment for you at one of our two conveniently located offices. Refer to the Contact Us page for our phone number, email address and office hours.

Q. What is the cost of an office visit if I don't have health insurance?

The cost of an office visit varies, depending on the complexity of the medical problem. Refer to the Contact Us page for our phone number, and call our office for additional information.

Q. What is a patient-centered medical home?

A patient-centered medical home is health care focused on you, the patient. It is a partnership between you and your doctor. Your doctor leads a team of health care professionals committed to improving your overall health and to helping you reach your health goals. Instead of just being treated for a problem here and there without making a connection between symptoms, the patient-centered medical home focuses on connecting the dots and coordinating care.

Q. Do I see the entire patient-centered medical home team at my appointment?

Simply make an appointment with your patient-centered medical home doctor, Dr. Khan. His office will coordinate any care needed from other team members.

Q. Which insurances do you accept?

We accept most insurances, including Blue Care Network and Medicare. Check our Insurances page for a complete list of the health plans we accept.

Q. How long does an office visit take?

The amount of time an office visit takes can vary depending on the complexity of your medical concern. Contact Us to discuss your specific concern.

Q. What are the advantages of a patient-centered medical home?

The team in your patient-centered medical home looks at your whole health picture. They spend more time with you at your visit. The goal is to prevent problems from occurring and put control of your health where it belongs – with you and your team. You have 24-hour access to your medical home. Your doctor’s office will follow-up with you after your visit to see how you’re doing, or remind you to schedule tests that help manage your conditions. If you need a specialist for a specific condition, your patient-centered medical home will help you find the right one for your needs. Because all your tests and treatments by other doctors have been sent to your primary care doctor, you have a centralized home for your medical history. You won’t have to re-explain every symptom and test result each time you visit your doctor.

Still have questions? Please contact us anytime! 810-732-4007. We look forward to hearing from you.

Dr. Farhan Khan MD

Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine
Flushing (810) 732-4007 ▪  Flint (810) 235-1331