At Coastal Pain, your health and safety is our top priority. Since the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have made changes to how we will conduct our appointments. This is to ensure everyone’s safety while we continue to meet the needs of our community.

Follow Up and New Patient Appointments

In an effort to minimize the risk of COVID-19 transmission, comply with state and federal guidelines, and promote social distancing we are giving patients the option to conduct appointments via telehealth. Telehealth appointments can be done using your internet browser on the website We may be able to make some exceptions for patients to still come on-site and be seen in the isolation of their own vehicles, or in the office with a facemask.

Internet Browser – Using your internet browser, type the website , into the url. You will then be directed to a virtual waiting room, where your provider will be able to see you. You do not need a membership or account to use, however it is secure and an efficient appointment platform between you and your provider.

On-site Isolation Visits –New patients will need to attend their first visit in person. ALL PATIENTS are required to wear a face mask and practice social distancing guidelines even if they are fully vaccinated against Covid-19. Patients who refuse to wear a mask will be asked to wait in their cars or outside the clinic. Patients checking in for an in-person visit will complete a pre-screening questionnaire at the front desk. After checking in for their appointment, patients may choose to receive an iPad to take back to their vehicle where they can conduct their appointment in isolation.

Our front desk will be monitoring the schedule and making phone calls to finalize the check-out process and to schedule any follow up appointments shortly after your telehealth visit. Copay payments can be made with the front desk, billing department, or over MyScripps.

If you are due for a Urine Drug Screening you may stop by the clinic to provide a urine sample or if you have urine cups accessible to you at home you may bring your urine sample in with your Last name, First name, date of birth, and date of urine collection labeled clearly on the bottle to suite 100. We ask that all UDS samples be brought in before 3:45pm within 72 hours of appointment.

Isolated Essential Procedure Appointments

As we are still seeing patients for procedures, we urge anyone with a fever, cough and shortness of breath to not come in and to contact your primary care provider immediately.