Billing and Insurance

Billing and repayments have become increasingly complex due to the proliferation of managed care companies. If we have signed a participating agreement with your insurer, we will bill them. You are responsible for your co-pay at the time of service.

If we do not participate in your insurance plan, payment is expected at the time of your visit. If you are an established “self-pay” patient and need to make payment arrangements please contact our billing department prior to your appointment.

While we are here to help, it is ultimately your responsibility to understand your insurance benefits with your insurance carrier. Some policies have very intricate rules about what is and is not covered. If you have traditional major medical coverage, reimbursement is frequently based on the company’s own schedule of reasonable and customary fees for each procedure or exam. Unfortunately, your company’s reasonable and customary fees frequently do not reflect the fees that are typical of Ob/Gyns in the area.

Click Here to Download the General Office Financial Policy

Click Here to Download the Obstetric Financial Policy

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Important Information about the Affordable Healthcare Act. Please click here to read more.

Please be aware that phone calls and messages to the doctors and clinical staff pertaining to your medical care may incur a charge that will be billed to your insurance company.
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Please click here for more detailed information about our office policies during the Coronavirus pandemic.

As part of our continued effort to reduce COVID-19 risks, starting 6/27/2022 patients may be accompanied to appointments by ONE person who must be masked (with a surgical mask) if >2 years old. For the first ob visit and any formal ultrasound we ask that the visitor be over 18 years old.