Financial Policy

Patients are responsible for paying their co-pay, balances, and deductibles at the time of service.

We will file insurance claims on behalf of our patients.  Any balance due after the insurance has paid or determined to be patient’s responsibility will be billed to the patient. Please see our financial policy, billing procedures and list of costs here.

Except as limited by law (i.e. Medicare or Medicaid patients), or by contract (some HMO or PPO insurers), any service fee not paid by an insurer is the responsibility of the patient.

Patients are responsible for paying any balance after insurance upon receipt of their first statement.

Any account more than 30 days past due is subject to finance charges.

Patients who fail to pay their outstanding balance after a reasonable attempt form our practice to collect, may be terminated from our practice.  Furthermore, we may turn over the account to a collection agency, may sell the debt to a third party, and may report the debt to credit agencies.

For your convenience, we accept cash, check, or VISA, Mastercard and Discover cards.

Patients terminated from the practice will be given thirty (30) days notice during which time they may request acute medical care only.  Patients are still financially responsible for paying for any services rendered during this time.