Do you prescribe medication as part of your weight loss program?
Yes, In addition to a prescribed nutritional and exercise regimen, Gerfin Medical Group recommend and uses at the discretion of each patient, anorexiant medications (appetite suppressants) as an integral part of our weight control and maintenance program. We use several different medications in various strengths and combinations. Phentermine is most commonly prescribed. Newer anorexiants are rarely used because they are more expensive and less effective. The medications that we use are very safe, have few side effects, are not physically addicting, and are very effective at curbing appetite. Please call the office at 570-585-0905 for any questions or clarifications.
Do you accept health insurance?
No, Gerfin Medical Group does not accept health insurance.
What method of payments do you accept?
Gerfin Medical Group is a cash-only business.
How much does it cost?
The average monthly cost for a weight-loss patient is $100, which includes a visit with Dr. Gerfin and medication.
How do I know when the office is open?
Gerfin Medical Group is open every Saturday from 9am-12pm.
Gerfin Medical Group is also open on a bi-weekly basis at the following times: Tuesday 9am-1pm Thursday 2pm-7pm Friday 9am-12pm
You can always get the latest office hours by calling the office at 570-585-0905 or by going to our FACEBOOK PAGE.
MEDICAL MARIJUANA CERTIFICATION FAQ
Who can participate in the Pa. Medical Marijuana program? Under the law, Pennsylvania residents who have a serious medical condition as certified by an approved physician are considered medical marijuana patients.Patients register for an ID card and use that card to obtain medical marijuana at Pennsylvania dispensaries. Caregivers also are Pennsylvania residents and are designated by patients to deliver medical marijuana to them obtained at a Pa. dispensary.
Does health insurance cover the cost of the certification of an approved condition? No it does not. You must pay in cash at the time of your appointment.
What is the process in obtaining a medical marijuana card? You should first register for an ID card. CLICK HERE. Make an appointment with Dr. Gerfin for certification of an approved medical condition. 570-585-0905. Once certified, you will go through the state website to purchase your medical marijuana card. It should arrive in 3-5 business days and is good for one year.
For additional questions regarding the Pa. Medical Marijuana program, please CLICK HERE.