Emed Patient Hub - #1 Jacksonville Multispecialty Clinic

Emed Multispecialty Group


All our resources conveniently in one place

Visiting the clinic as a patient or a visitor can be stressful. Knowing where to go and what to expect can help. Our Jacksonville multispecialty clinic is here to help.That’s why we provide you with as much information upfront as possible. This is your hub for anything related to your healthcare — from our list of accepted insurances and medical records to new patient paperwork.

Your First Appointment

Simple tips to help with your first visit.

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What to Expect From a Visit

Learn what to expect from a primary care visit at Emed.

Learn About Your 1st Visit

Accepted Insurance

Our providers accept a wide range of insurance carriers.

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All Patient Forms

All your patient forms in one place to download with ease.

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Medical Records

Get access to your medical records – electronically or by mail.

Request Medical Records

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to commonly asked questions by our patients.

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Se Habla Español

Todo nuestro personal médico habla español e inglés.

Se Habla Español

Paperwork Fees

Need assistance completing your medical paperwork?

View Our Schedule of Fees

Pay My Bill

Allows for secure payments to your account.

Make a Payment

Signup for Healow

A guide on how to install and use the Healow app

Read Our Guide

As of 2012, there were about six primary care professional societies in the United States, including American College of Physicians, American Academy of Family Physicians, the Society of General Internal Medicine, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Osteopathic Association, and the American Geriatrics Society.

A 2009 report by the New England Healthcare Institute determined that an increased demand on primary care by older, sicker patients and decreased supply of primary care practitioners has led to a crisis in primary care delivery. The research identified a set of innovations that could enhance the quality, efficiency and effectiveness of primary care in the United States.

On March 23, 2010 President Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) into law. The law is estimated to have expanded health insurance coverage by 20 million people by early 2016 and is expected to expand health care to 34 million people by 2021. The success of the expansion of health insurance under the ACA in large measure depends on the availability of primary care physicians. Unfortunately, The ACA has drastically exacerbated the projected deficit of primary care physicians needed to ensure care for insured Americans. According to the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) without the ACA, the United States would have been short roughly 64,000 physicians by 2020; with the implementation of the ACA, it will be 91,000 physicians short. According to the AAMC’s November 2009 physician work force report, nationally, the rate of physicians providing primary care is 79.4 physicians per 100,000 residents.

What to Know About Florida Health Insurance

Did You Know…
Our healthcare system is cumbersome and difficult to follow. Many people are unaware of what coverage options are available to them or simply are confused about Medicare and medical insurance all together.

Floridians have a vast array of options when it comes to affordable health insurance. You can sign up for Medicare or Medicaid ― if you qualify ― enroll in your employer’s plan, or even purchase an individual or family plan directly from a health insurance company. There are also off-market and non-Affordable Care Act (ACA) plans available.

This guide explains your Florida health insurance options in detail.


We have decades of combined experience in primary care! Whether you have a cold or just need a checkup, we’re here for you!

Convenient communication, call or text.
Primary Care: (904) 513-3240
Pain Management: (904) 206-7132

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