Hours & Contact

Common Questions and Concerns

  • How much do I really owe?
                   You are responsible for the amount listed in the patient balance box
  • What is a deductible?
                   This is the yearly dollar amount that you are responsible for based on the type of coverage you or your employer have selected. It is due at the time of service or within 30 days of receipt of patient statement.
  • What is a co-pay?
                    This is the dollar amount contracted between you and your insurance carrier. It is due at the time of service.
  • What is co-insurance?
                    This is a percentage of the insurance benefits that you are responsible to pay
  • What is an adjustment?
                    This is a contractual agreement that has been made between our practice and your insurance company.

Insurance Coverage of Our Services

We make every attempt to accept as many insurance plans as possible but know that there are many unique and new plans that change frequently. To see if we are in your network or to check if a particular service is covered, please contact your employer, their human resources department, or your insurance company by calling the number on your card or your insurance company by calling the number in your card. Some plans require that you designate a primary care clinic. To obtain coverage in cases like these.

Appointment Cancellation Policy

We strive to see all patients schedule appointments with us and to stay on-time unless another patient's medical situation delays us. We will try to keep you informed if this occurs. We ask that you provide us with a 24-48 hour notice of any planned changes to your appointment -- wether it be a rescheduling or a cancellation. Thank you for helping us to remain accessible to you and others.

Important Billing Information