Frequently Asked Questions About Bream Medical

We accept the following Insurance Carriers:

  • Aetna
  • Amerihealth
  • BCBS (effective May 16th)
  • Blue Medicare (Effective May 16th)
  • Carolina Complete
  • Cigna
  • Healthy Blue
  • Humana
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Medcost
  • UHC Community Plan
  • Wellcare

We also offer self-pay/cash fee options and subscription plans. Check out our Pricing and Subscription Plan pages for more information!

You can sign up on our patient portal at the top of the webpage. We are now accepting patients for the Salisbury location! We will be accepting patients for the Edenton and Stokesdale locations in the coming months. Check back often for updates!

For example, John Smith pays $125 monthly for Bream Medical, and saves $5400 per year on his premium. John gets a physical covered by his Bream Medical subscription, four urgent care visits, two telemedicine visits, and more included as well. His subscription also bumps him “in front of the line” for urgent care visits, and he can access his provider virtually at any time.

See our Subscription Plans page for more information!

Yes! However, at this time we currently do not offer maternity/pregnancy care.

A simple urgent care visit may be $99, or a telemedicine visit would be $78. Check out our prices and subscription pages for more information!

Yes, we are! Want to join the Revolution? Call us to inquire about what positions are available. We’d love for you to join the team!

You should always go to the ER or call 911 if life or limb are at risk. However, here are some examples of situations that you can come to an Urgent Care for: if your primary care doctor’s office is closed, you have symptoms of a cold or flu, mild sprains and strains, cuts that may need stitches, abdominal pain, vomiting and diarrhea, dehydration, painful urination, etc.

Not at all. We accept both appointments and walk-ins!

Yes! Come in at any time, we’d be happy to see you!

For all ages it will include a physical examination, history review, and age-appropriate counseling and screenings. For 18–35 year-olds this also includes an EKG (first visit only for baseline), CBC, CMP, TSH, lipid panel, and vitamin D level test. For patients over 35 years of age, you will additionally receive maintenance health screenings and a cardiovascular risk assessment.

Annual physical examinations and labs are included in the cost of an annual subscription fee. Additional labs or a COVID crusher panel can be performed as needed for an extra charge.

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