Insurance & Billing
We proudly accept Medicaid and most insurance plans.
To make our practice accessible to all families in the community, we participate in most insurance plans, including Medicaid.
Each insurance policy is different and it is therefore impossible for us to know what your particular benefits may be. It is important to contact your insurance company if you have any questions regarding your benefits or what your payment obligations will be at the time of service.Read our complete financial policy »
Please bring your child’s current insurance card with you to each visit. This helps ensure that the proper information is processed, and the appropriate insurance is billed for that day’s visit. If your insurance changes, it is your responsibility to update information as necessary.
Depending on your insurance policy, a copayment and/or deductible may be required at the time of service. These payments are expected to be made at the time of service. Payment may be made in cash, by check or by card. We also accept Health Savings Account (HSA) cards for payment.
In order to make sure that we can collect your portion of the bill once your insurance company processes the claim, we require that a valid credit card be kept on file with the practice. Your card will only be charged the outstanding amount that your insurance company determines to be ‘patient responsibility’, as spelled out in your Explanation Of Benefits (EOB). This policy does not apply to patients with Medicaid and Medicaid HMO insurance.
We are happy to work with families who prefer to pay directly for services or do not have insurance. For such patients, a time of service discount will be applied to the bill if settled in full on the day of service. This discount does not apply after the day of the visit.