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1. Will you prescribe ivermectin for COVID-19? Yes, he will. He adheres to the protocols of the FLCCC for outpatient COVID-19 infections. Sign up here.
2. Where is your office? For convenience, Dr. Johnston will see family practice patients in their homes. One-time consults will be handled via phone and/or email.
3. Will you take patients from out of town in his family practice? Presently, Dr. Johnston will care for his out-of-town patients through tele-medicine (by phone, facetime).
4. What's your practice area? Charlotte, North Carolina. He will only travel up to 30 minutes outside the Charlotte beltway. He provides tele-medicine and medical one-time consults to patients all over the United States.
5. Will you give vaccines? If patients prefer vaccination, they will be referred to the Health Department. He discourages getting vaccines made from aborted fetal tissue, and the pros and cons of other vaccines require a face-to-face conversation with patients.
6. Will you take insurance? No. Payment is by automatic monthly credit card or bank account withdrawal.
7. Will you see patients in the hospital? No, but in two decades of practicing medicine Dr. Johnston has learned the skill of keeping patients out of the hospital most of the time.
8. Will you see patients for acute care? If Dr. Johnston is available, he will provide acute care for patients. He will provide care as much as possible by phone for the patient's convenience.
9. Do you draw blood and does it cost extra? Dr. Johnston will draw your labs at no cost but you'll receive a separate bill from Labcorp for the cost of performing those tests.
10. Can prospective patients have a free visit? No.
11. Can established patients cancel at any time? The minimum sign-up is for 6 months. Then you may cancel at any time.
12. Will your rates increase? Yes. Established patients are grandfathered in at the lower rates until their payment card expires. Once your card expires, you will have to sign back up at the increased rate.
13. Will you call "One-Time Consults" on the phone? Usually, that's not necessary. Most of the time, he can meet your needs from your answers to his initial email with important medical questions.
14. Will you write for mask exemptions and vaccine exemptions? Yes, for established patients and one-time consults, but only if indicated.
NOTE: This "Contact Me" form is primarily for strangers inquiring about Dr. Johnston's practice, not paying customers. He does not check this inbox daily. Customers should email or text Dr. Johnston.
Please do NOT ask Dr. Johnston if he will prescribe ivermectin for COVID-19! He will! Sign up here.