Weight Loss

Tirzepatide (Mounjaro)


If you are obese or overweight and want help on your weight management journey, tirzepatide can help!  

The Urgent Care has multiple locations where you can obtain the help you need in your weight loss journey.

How does it work?


Start with your first consultation & injection. Your initial consultation will consist of an evaluation, taking vitals, and establishing weight loss goals. 


Each month, you will be evaluated virtually. If you are continuing to lose weight, the provider will determine if it is time to go up on your dose. Your dose will determine your pricing.


$60 Initial Consultation

$275 Initial Vial (6 weekly injections)

$275 Per Vial (4 weekly injections)

$60 Per Visit (follow up)


What weight loss shot do we offer?

Tirzepatide (compounded Mounjaro)

Are there any requirements?

Must be at least 18 years old and have a BMI of 25 or above.

Do you offer payment plans?

We offer a payment plan option through CareCredit since insurance coverage is not accepted.

What are the benefits of tirzepatide injections?

Improved blood sugar control: tirzepatide has been shown to significantly lower blood sugar and HbA1c levels, leading to better diabetes management.

Reduced risk of complications: Studies have shown that tirzepatide can reduce the risk of major cardiovascular events like heart attack and stroke in people with type 2 diabetes and existing heart disease.

Weight management: Many patients experience weight loss or decreased appetite while taking tirzepatide injections, which can further improve their health.

How fast does tirzepatide work?​

It typically takes about two weeks for tirzepatide to start working in the body. While taking tirzepatide, some people begin to see results within the first eight weeks, but most begin to see results within 4-12 weeks. Lifestyle changes can impact this timeframe

What is the BEST food to eat while taking trizepatide?

To maximize the benefits of the tirzepatide weight loss program, it is vital to incorporate nutrient dense foods from all major food groups like non starchy vegetables, whole grains, nuts, lean protein foods, and legumes into your meal plan while avoiding refined grains, fried foods, and sugary drinks.

What NOT to eat while taking trizepatide?

Avoid high glycemic index foods, ultra-processed foods, and high sugar foods and drinks because they can increase blood sugar.

Common Side Effects

Gastrointestinal & injection site reactions are the most frequent side effects, often occurring in the first few weeks, usually mild and improves over time.