The Health and Wellness Centers (HWCs) are dedicated to providing urgent, primary and preventive care solely to employees, retirees and family members covered by one of BSSP's medical plans. Our care team brings many years of experience to help you on your health journey.
All visits are by appointment, only. Telephone appointments are also available for many acute or episodic conditions not requiring a physical examination.
Copays are as follows:
- Preventive care is $0 on all plans.
- HSA plans: In accordance with IRS regulations, a $25 copayment is due for all visits other than preventive care and well visits.
- Non-HSA plans may have a dispensary copay of $5 or $10.
Collection and Payment: Copayments are collected at the time of service and may be paid by cash, check or credit/debit card.
- Health Risk Assessments and follow-up visits
- Wellness coaching
- Physicals, including well-woman exams
- Vaccinations: TDAP, Shingles, Hep A/B, Pneumonia and Seasonal Influenza
- Sore throat
- Cut, sprains, strains
- Muscle and joint pains
- Blood Pressure
Blood draws and specimen collection for most laboratory tests, including those ordered outside of the HWC
The HWC Dispensary can dispense those medications which are included in the formulary and prescribed by the HWC provider at the time of your visit. Now, there's no need to stop at the pharmacy or request mail order for many of your prescription needs. The HWC Dispensary is not a traditional "pharmacy" and cannot fill prescriptions from an outside provider. The HWC provider may dispense maintenance medications, if in the formulary, which have been previously prescribed by an outside provider after an office visit with the HWC provider.
Generic medications included on the formulary are available at a $5 copayment; the copayment for brand name medications is $10. For members covered under an HSA plan, medications dispensed are included within the $25 office visit charge.
NOTE: In order to comply with all regulations set forth by the Medical Board and Board of Pharmacy, the patient must be seen by a Provider before drugs are dispensed.