An accident involving a car with boldly injuries that are deemed not life threatening that are insured Florida PIP.
DOT Physicals are required physicals for drivers operating commercial vehicles in interstate commerce that has a combined gross weight of 10,001 pounds or more, drivers operating vehicle to transport 9-15 passengers for compensation, transport over 16 passengers whether for compensation or not, or transports hazardous materials.
Family Health Care
Primary Care Providers, also known as PCP’s, are physicians who provide both the first contact for a person with a diagnosed health concern, and continued care of many medical conditions. With evaluation of the patient, the provider is able to diagnosis and begin treatment. As primary care providers, we develop a physician–patient relationship with monitoring, advising, and providing treatment for the whole family. Primary Care Providers can see patients of all ages, generally seeing one or more members of your family, and making our role as providers a valuable part of your overall health care needs.
Injection – This is an inactivated version and does NOT contain any live influenza virus. It is administered by an injection with a needle and is what you commonly hear called a “flu shot.” Most of the population is eligible for this version of the flu vaccine. Intranasal – This is a nasal spray that contains a weakened, live influenza virus. It is also called live, attenuated influenza vaccine (LAIV). Because this is attenuated (weakened), the virus doesn’t make you sick, but it activates your immune system to help create immunity to 4 different influenza viruses. Since this version of…
To be enrolled into Okaloosa County and Santa Rosa County schools, it is mandatory that your child have a medical examination, also known as a school physical. These physicals help to make sure the school staff is aware of any type of physical deficiency the child may have so they can better serve the child’s needs. These school physicals are non-invasive and simply consist of a general medical evaluation including vital signs, growth and development, brief vision and hearing screening, checking for scoliosis, and other outwardly visible issues. Nothing is done to the child that will cause pain or psychological…
Sports physicals are important prior to starting exercise program or participating in team sport. Before starting on you exercise or team sport it is highly recommended and required by Florida schools that sports physicals be obtained. The purpose of the sports physicals is to determine that you are healthy enough to participate and that there are no hidden health issues.
Worker’s Compensation Injuries
Reba and Marissa are our receptionists that will most likely be the first of our staff you'll see. Marissa graduated from Bell High School in 2014. She is currently enrolled at Northwest Florida State College. She joined the Gulf Coast Immediate Care team in April of 2017. Marissa enjoys seeing all of the happy, satisfied patients when they're checking out.
Lee, Gulf Coast Immediate Care's X-ray technologist, joined the staff of GCIC in August 2003. Lee is from Brooklyn, New York where you graduated from Bishop Ford High School. He received his X-ray training while he was in the USAF and earned his technical degree at the Air Force Community College. He is married with 4 adult children. In his spare time he enjoys running to stay fit and watching his grandchildren play sports.
Amber graduated from Okaloosa Applied Technology Center in 2011 and joined the Gulf Coast Immediate Care team in 2012. She enjoys helping patients and their families.
Alyssa graduated from Okaloosa Applied Technology Center in July 2011 with LPN. She started working at Gulf Coast Immediate Care in April 2012. Alyssa loves working with the staff as a team and helping patients get quality healthcare that is convenient for them to walk in when they are not well.
Erin graduated from Okaloosa Applied Technology Center in 2011. Erin has been a nurse at Gulf Coast Immediate Care since October 2015. She enjoys getting to meet patients daily.
Steve Switzer, PA-C
Joined GCIC in April 2002. Steve is a Physician Assistant who graduated from the University of Arizona with postgraduate work at the University of Kentucky. He has been working in Primary Care as a physician assistant for over 25 years.
Marcos Otero, PA-C
Joined GCIC in March 2005. With a Bachelors degree as a P.A. from the University of Oklahoma and two Master's degrees from Troy State University in Public Admin. and the University of Nebraska in P.A. Studies & Family Medicine. He retired from Eglin AFB after 25 years of various clinical service.
Dr. Robert V. Siegel, M.D.
Completed medical school at the University of Arkansas, he attended two-years of postgraduate training in general surgery. Dr. Siegel has a special interest in Ambulatory Care Medicine and is personally involved in all medical care rendered at the center.