Insurance Information and Patient Financial Responsibility
We accept most insurance. A list of the insurance plans with which we participate can be found below. Please verify that our physicians are in-network providers on your plan. If we do not participate with your insurance carrier, you may still see one of our physicians out-of-network; however, you may have a higher copay or coinsurance. We will file insurance claims for your visits and/or procedures. Upon receipt of the Explanation of Benefits (EOB) from your insurance company, any remaining balances will be billed to you. Any overpayment will be refunded by check which will be sent to you by mail. Our office staff will be happy to assist if you have questions.
If your insurance plan requires a referral to see us, it is your responsibility to obtain the referral from your primary care physician's office prior to your appointment. Please note that your primary care physician may require a few days to process your request for referral. Please also be aware that your visit may be cancelled if a proper referral has not been received.
Patient Financial Responsiblities
Patient cost sharing responsibilities such as co-payments, coinsurances and deductibles will be collected at the time of your visit. The amount due is an estimate based on information made available to us by your insurance company. Please contact your insurance carrier to determine your specific benefits including any deductibles, co-insurance, and out-of-pocket expenses.
For your convenience, we accept cash, check or all major credit cards. Additional information may be found on our Pay Your Bill page.
If you make an appointment and cancel it less than 24 hours from your appointment or fail to show for your appointment without any notice, you will be charged a cancellation fee of $50.