Minit Medical Urgent Care Now Accepts HMSA Quest Members

April 3, 2020, 9:58 AM HST · Updated April 4, 6:21 PM
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In a continuing effort to help the island-wide healthcare system and the Maui community, Minit Medical Urgent Care announced today that it will be accepting HMSA Quest members in all three Maui clinics, effective Friday, April 3, 2020.

“This will allow these members to access healthcare in Lahaina, Kīhei and Kahului, seven days a week with evening hours.  Minit Medical is qualified to help in all urgent care matters, from broken bones to sore throats, with patients that range from pediatrics to geriatrics,” according to a company announcement.

“All three clinics have state-of-the-art equipment, including X-Rays, along with a friendly and professional staff to help patients,” company representatives said.

Minit Medical Urgent care is currently offering a mix of in-clinic visits, video visits and drive-up services for all Maui urgent care needs, including COVID-19 concerns.

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“Minit Medical is committed to maintaining the highest level of sterility and cleanliness so that patients and staff can feel safe and confident in their medical care.  As an urgent care clinic, walk-ins are always welcome and no appointment is needed.  For those wondering about symptoms or testing for COVID-19, video visits and drive-up services are available daily,” according to the announcement.

Minit Medical is adding HMSA Quest members to the insurance plans it already accepts:  Kaiser, HMSA, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, UHA, HMAA/HWMG, HMA and Medicare.

For more information, call (808) 667-6161 or go to www.minitmed.com.

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