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  • 1. Does the VIP Walk-in Clinic have specialist doctors?

    The VIP Walk-in Clinic has highly qualified medical providers, specialists in family medicine, who provide care for children to the elderly, providing comprehensive and holistic care for various illnesses such as hypertension, diabetes, thyroid disorders, etc. If necessary, our providers refer the patient to a specialist.

  • 2. Does taking a blood test during the menstrual period interfere with the results?

    During the menstrual period, hormone dosages are changed, especially sex hormones, but this does not prevent the tests from being carried out, since the results will be interpreted by a medical provider.

  • 3. What is the procedure for the female, male, and child check-ups?

    We recommend a minimum fasting period of 8 hours and a maximum of 12 hours, only water consumption is allowed. Medicines for hypertension and diabetes are allowed to be taken when taken habitually in the morning. Women who will do Pap smears, sexual abstinence 3 to 4 days before the exam is recommended.

  • 4. Does tea or coffee interrupt the fast required for blood tests?

    Any food or liquid, except for water, when ingested, will interfere with the results of the tests because they modify some biochemical dosages. That's why not even unsweetened tea should be consumed during fasting.

  • 5. Is image exam before blood collection allowed?

    Not recommended. Some imaging tests require the use of oral, venous, arterial, and other means of contrast in specific situations. Contrast is a chemical substance applied to improve image results in some cases. The recommendation is that the laboratory exams be performed before the imaging exams are performed or 72 hours after they are performed.

  • 6. Are there any contraindications regarding the use of routine medication before doing the tests?

    Some medications can interfere with blood collection results, and it is up to the doctor and the laboratory to inform when a certain medication should be suspended.

    In cases where the use of a medication cannot be suspended, the laboratory will analyze the test data taking into account the presence of the medicine.

    Always ask the service professionals about the medication you are taking when making your appointment.

  • 7. Should alcoholic beverages be suspended up to 72 hours before the exams?

    True. Alcohol consumption can interfere with cholesterol and glucose results, because it interferes with the metabolism of sugars.

  • 8. What are the types of COVID 19 tests?

    Two types of tests are available for COVID-19: viral tests and antibody tests.

    · A viral test tells you if you currently have an infection. (RT-PCR and antigen tests).

    · An antibody test can tell if you have had a previous infection.

  • 9. Can all symptoms be treated through an online visit?

    No, online consultations are only available for low complexity conditions. Always contact our call center to check if your symptoms can be treated online or not.

  • 10. How can I find out if my medicine has refills available at the pharmacy?

    You can check the label on the medicine bottle to see if refills are available at the pharmacy.

    Keep in mind that not all medications have refills and it is up to the doctor if any refills are sent to the pharmacy or not.

    Some medications depend on laboratory tests and must always be requested 1 week in advance.

  • 11. Does the Clinic offer ultrasound exams?

    Yes, we have an ultrasound service on Mondays and Thursdays, from 8 am to 5 pm, by appointment only and under medical prescription.

  • 12. Where can I check my VIP membership / Payment plan information?

    Each member has a login and password created when purchasing their VIP Membership Plan. The exact purchase link also serves to access your account at any time, only click on “I already have a login!”, enter your login and password or click on this link: https://bit.ly/loginmwembership

  • 13. How can I change my VIP Membership Plan charge card?

    Just send an email with full name, date of birth and detailed description of what you want to info@vipwalkinclinic.com. 

  • 14. How do I prepare for the fecal occult blood test?

    Two days before and on the day of the fecal occult blood test, cut out all red meats, beetroot, broccoli, cantaloupe, carrots, cauliflower, cucumber, grapefruit, horseradish, mushrooms, radishes and turnips, which can set off alarm bells fake.
    Schedule dental work after the test. Anything that could cause your gums to bleed significantly should be avoided for at least three days beforehand because you could swallow blood that could show up in your stool sample.
    Limit OTC pain relievers. Aspirin and related drugs such as ibuprofen (Advil and generic) and naproxen (Aleve and generic) can cause microscopic amounts of intestinal bleeding that may show up in a sample. Try to avoid taking them seven days before the test.
    Avoid vitamin C pills. The nutrient interferes with the chemical reaction that occurs when blood is present, increasing the risk of a false negative result, so stay away from vitamin C supplements and fortified foods or beverages for about three days before taking them a fecal occult blood test.

    To know more about this exam, click on this link: https://www.vipwalkinclinic.com/atraves-desse-exame-e-possivel-detectar-sinais-do-cancer-de-intestino.

  • 15. Do you do blood tests to find out if we are lactose intolerant?

    Yes, just schedule an appointment and pick up your order. You will be sent to the nearest laboratory for the collection and as soon as the test is ready you will be informed about the result.

  • How to request a medication refill?

    It's simple! Check if your medication has a refill option (refer to Question 10 in our FAQs). If it doesn't have a refill option, send an email to info@vipwalkinclinic.com with the subject "MEDICATION REFILL REQUEST." In the email, include your full name, date of birth, and the names of the necessary medications, along with the concentration (e.g., Metformin 850 mg). Wait for up to 48 hours for the delivery of your prescription after receiving the email or contact from a clinic staff member. We are here to assist you. Count on us to make your medication procurement process easier and more convenient.

  • Do I need to schedule an appointment to be seen? 

    No, you can walk in until 5:00 pm. After that time, we reserve for scheduled patients or emergencies. To SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT, please call +1 (407) 730-9911 or +1 (407) 535-1313.

  • 18. Are there 24-hour pharmacies near Vip Walk-in Clinic?

    The nearest pharmacies are:

    CVS 7599 W. Sand Lake Rd. Orlando, FL

    WALGREENS 1111 Vine St. Kissimmee, FL


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