TAN is your medical home

What type of services does my Medical Home provide for me and my family?

At TAN Healthcare we provide comprehensive, compassionate and continuous care for children, teens and adults by offering:

  • Same day appointments
  • Extended hours
  • Access to pharmacy
  • Phone access to your care team 24 hours, 7 days a week
  • Online electronic access to your medical records / patient portal access
  • Patient education
  • Referrals to Specialty Care when needed
  • Behavioral health services access
  • Translation services


  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Acute Illness
  • Health and Wellness
  • Well Woman Services
  • Pediatric Services


  • Mobile Medical Services
  • Workshops and Presentations
  • Next Steps
  • Preventive Dental


  • Depression
  • Substance Abuse
  • Grief Counseling


  • Care Management
  • Medication Assistance
  • Transportation Services
  • HIV/HCV/STD Screening

How to Become a Patient of TAN

Make An Appointment

To make an appointment, please call the health center location where you would like to get your care. Our operators are happy to assist you!

For emergencies and unexpected problems, we offer round-the-clock coverage for your health care problems. If you need to reach a health care provider after hours, patients should call one of Our Health Center’s and the appropriate number will be provided.

If you are experiencing a serious or life-threatening emergency, call 911 or go the nearest Emergency Room.

First Visit

Please plan to arrive 15 – 30 minutes prior to your appointment. This will allow our registration staff time to insure they have all the information needed for your medical records to provide you with quality care and financial assistance as needed.
No Insurance... No Problem

Your Registration Checklist (Registration is required on or before your first visit.)

Bring the following items to your first appointment:

  • Proof of Identification (Government Issued Photo ID or School ID)
  • Insurance Cards (Private Insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, Other)
  • Co-Pay
  • Proof of Address
    • Current Lease
    • Phone Bill
    • Current Utility Bills
  • Proof of Income (if uninsured)
    • Your last two payroll check stubs
    • Proof of unemployment
    • Proof of food stamps
    • Proof of housing (rent, government assistance, etc.)
    • Proof of child support
    • Social Security Income Statement
    • Previous year's income tax return
    • Any other source of household income
  • Immunization Records (if needed)

Once we have reviewed this information, we determine your co-pay on the Sliding Scale. If you do not have insurance, you may also qualify for medication assistance through patient assistance.

Payment Arrangements

TAN accepts most private insurances including Medicare and Medicaid (also Medicaid HMO's). If there is a co-pay or deductible for your plan, payment is expected at the time of service.

If you're uninsured or underinsured (annual deductibles), a Sliding Fee Application iis provided based upon family size and income which determines the rate of charge. We will work with you to set up a payment plan if it is needed.

Follow-Up Visits
“A government issued photo ID and insurance card will be required at every visit.”

It is important that you schedule necessary follow-up appointments, and that you show up for your appointments on time. As an established patient, work-in appointments are accepted as the schedule allows.

Release of Information

Click the above button to download our Release of Information form.

Patient Portal

Click the above button to access our Patient Portal.

“If you have an HMO insurance plan that requires a PCP selection please call your insurance company and have it switched to Triangle Area Network OR Shannon Schrader prior to your appointment.”