Care for You
At Thundermist, we will meet your specific needs. Our care teams are trained in providing high-quality, culturally competent care. Our health care providers are specially trained to provide care to the LGBTQ+ community, people who identify as trans or gender diverse, pregnant people, people with a substance use disorder, and people living with HIV/AIDS. In addition, we offer a size-inclusive approach to health care. We also provide social services and have a WIC office at our Woonsocket health center.
We have onsite laboratory services and offer x-ray at our West Warwick health center.
Our team of pharmacists are available to assist with medication management and management of chronic conditions.
Behavioral Health Care
Thundermist provides behavioral health services to established patients. If you are a new patient, please call us to establish care as a primary care patient. We also offer psychiatric services to Thundermist patients.
What to Expect for Your First Appointment
During your first appointment you will be asked to:
- Provide a copy of your health insurance card, if you have one.
- Provide a list of all medications and supplements that you are currently taking.
- After becoming a patient, you’ll be able to use our patient portal to communicate with your care team.
- Following your appointment, you may receive a survey that asks about the care your received at Thundermist. Surveys are sent by text message and/or email and provides the opportunity for the patient to provide feedback about their recent visit.
No insurance? No problem. Thundermist will care for you even if you don’t have insurance. We also have social services to help you enroll in an insurance plan that’s right for you and your family. If you do have insurance, we accept most insurances and offer a sliding scale fee discount based on your income and family size.