welcome to Bellefonte Primary Care - Cannonsburg
Welcome to Bellefonte Primary Care in Cannonsburg. It is our sincere desire to provide the highest quality of care to our patients. We are committed to providing timely and compassionate care.
Bellefonte Primary Care
12470 U.S. Rt. 60
Phone: (606) 928-1881
Fax: (606) 928-1776
Jeremiah Miller, D.O. is a graduate of West Virginia University and the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine in Lewisburg. Dr. Miller completed a family practice residency at Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital and is a member of the American Osteopathic Association.
Tammy Wellman, APRN, FNP-BC, DNP
If you would like to schedule an appointment call the office and we will accommodate you as soon as possible.
In order to provide the best possible care, please remember to bring your insurance card and a list of any medication that you are currently taking to your appointment.
Map & Directions
Insurance and Payment Information
We accept most insurance plans including Medicare. Co-payments are required at the time of your visit. If you are a self paying patient, payment is expected in full at the time of service. We accept cash, checks, VISA, MasterCard and Discover.
For uninsured patients, there is a $25 charge due the day of service and the patient is required to call MedAssist at (606) 833-2104 to apply for Medicaid benefits before being seen at the office in the future. If the patient does not qualify for Medicaid, the patient will have the opportunity to discuss arrangements for payment or other financial assistance with the business office.
If you have an emergency, the OLBH Emergency Department operates 24 hours a day.
Patients are responsible for monitoring prescription refills. Please make the physician and nurse aware of the need for refills at the time of your visit. If you are not scheduled for an appointment but need a prescription refill, please call the office during business hours and leave a message for your nurse. We request 48 hours to process refill requests.
Please remember that in certain situations appropriate medical care requires the benefit of a patient examination before a prescription can be filled.
Diagnosing Urgent Care - Answers to Common Questions
What exactly is an urgent care center?
Urgent care centers provide treatment for the non-life threatening illnesses and injuries that occur on a day-to-day basis. The center’s staff is equipped to handle a variety of illnesses and injuries, from colds and flu to lacerations and fractures. Patients seeking medical attention or advice do not have to make appointments at the hospital’s Urgent Care Center.
Should I use the urgent care center instead of my family doctor?
We are a great option if you have an urgent medical condition that you feel needs immediate attention. If your family doctor is neither available, nor equipped to handle the situation, urgent care might be a suitable alternative. We work closely with each patient to ensure that all necessary records are transferred to the appropriate family physician.
How does urgent care differ from the hospital’s emergency room?
There are several main differences between urgent care and the emergency room. The hospital’s ER is staffed 24-hours a day and is designed to treat patients suffering from life threatening injuries or serious illnesses. In contrast, urgent care centers are designed to treat non-life threatening injuries (lacerations, mild fractures, etc.) and illnesses (colds, flu, migraines, etc.) in a patient friendly environment.
When should I utilize treatment at the Urgent Care Center?
Urgent care should be used for any medical illness or injury that you deem as urgent. It is best to receive direct attention rather than waiting hours, days, or weeks for an appointment. Since we maintain extended evening hours beyond those of family doctors, it is an excellent option for late day, evening, and weekend medical problems.