Primary Care

Telehealth, Men's Health, IV Therapy Center, Adult Care and Primary Care, CBD and Testosterone Replacement Therapies & Cannabis Clinic located in Tulsa, OK

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Primary Care services offered in Tulsa, OK

Routine primary care appointments can alert you to underlying medical issues and improve your quality of life. At The Higher Care Clinic (Thc2) in Tulsa, Oklahoma, family medicine specialist Jason W. Sims, DO, provides primary care to patients, with a special emphasis on men’s health. Dr. Sims provides primary care in person and via telehealth, ensuring comfort and privacy. Call The Higher Care Clinic (Thc2) to request a primary care consultation today or book online.

Primary Care Q & A

What is primary care?

Primary care is a medical subspecialty that focuses on wellness and prevention. It combines routine checkups, lab tests, and sex-specific screenings to catch potentially serious medical issues in their early stages of development.

The Higher Care Clinic (Thc2) provides primary care to all ages, with special emphasis on men’s health. Specifically, the doctors have extensive training in treating issues like low testosterone and erectile dysfunction (ED).

What services does primary care provide?

The Higher Care Clinic (Thc2) offers various primary care services, including:

Testosterone replacement therapy

Most men experience low testosterone because of the natural aging process. If you’ve developed symptoms, like erectile dysfunction or fatigue, testosterone replacement therapies can restore your body to balance, enhancing your energy levels and promoting sexual well-being.

Medical Cannabis certifications

The Higher Care Clinic (Thc2) provides medical Cannabis certifications to patients living in Oklahoma, Missouri, and Louisiana. If you have an underlying condition that qualifies for treatment with medical cannabis, your provider can fill out the necessary paperwork and submit it to the proper authorities.

Sex-specific screenings

Sex-specific screenings catch diseases early on before they spread to other parts of the body. The Higher Care Clinic (Thc2) can recommend screenings based on your age and health history.

The Higher Care Clinic (Thc2) never rushes through primary care visits and takes time to understand your symptoms and needs.

What should I bring to a primary care visit?

If you’re visiting The Higher Care Clinic (Thc2) for a primary care visit, bring the following information:

  • Results from recent preventive screenings or laboratory tests
  • Health insurance information
  • Your state identification
  • Form of payment (apple pay, fsa, flex spending, cash app, all major credit cards, cash)
  • Names of the prescriptions and supplements you take
  • Questions or concerns you have about your health

If you recently visited a medical specialist for any reason, bring their contact information because your provider might want to reach out and coordinate your treatment.

Call The Higher Care Clinic (Thc2) to request a primary care appointment today or book online.