For your convenience, we have listed the most common insurance plans and our provider status.

We have listed the most common insurance plans and our provider status. This list is not a guarantee of coverage or participation. Due to insurance companies’ frequent changes; it is the patient’s responsibility to contact the insurance company directly to verify that they are eligible for medical services and that we are an in-network provider.

The following copay, coinsurance and deductible requirements apply to ALL insurance plans:

Insurance Copays and Coinsurances - Most insurance plans require patients to make a co-payment at the time of their visit. We ask that patients come prepared to pay any copay amount at the time of service.

Insurance Deductibles - Many insurance plans have separate deductibles that apply to surgical procedures, labs, and pathology tests. Wart removal, injections, and destruction of skin lesions are considered surgical procedures by insurance carriers and deductibles can apply. We ask that the patient contact the insurance carrier if they have any questions as to whether a deductible will apply. We ask that patients come prepared to pay any deductible amount at the time of service.

Payment Options: We accept checks, cash and most major credit cards.

  • Aetna: We are a participating provider with some, but not all, of the AETNA Healthcare plans. Some AETNA plans require a referral from the primary care physician. The patient is responsible for verifying we are in network with their plan. Patient is also responsible for obtaining referral from Aetna through the patient’s PCP. The patient is responsible for any copay and deductible amounts at the time of service.
  • Avmed: We do NOT accept this plan. As a result, the patient, not the insurance company, is responsible for payment in full at the time of service.
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield: We are participating providers with many, but not all, of the Traditional and PPO BC/BS plans. The patient is responsible for verifying we are in network with their plan. The patient is responsible for any copay and deductible amounts at the time of service.
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield Blue Medicare: This is a Medicare takeover plan. We can file the PPO. We cannot file the HMO.
  • We are NOT participating providers with any of the following BCBS plans. As a result, the patient, not the insurance company, is responsible for payment in full at the time of service: Blue Cross/Blue Shield HMO, Health Options, Ascension, Gator Care, Blue Select, and Family Blue.

  • Champus/Champva: We do accept these plans as a secondary to Medicare only. The patient will be responsible for any deductible at the time of service.
  • CIGNA: We do NOT accept this plan.
  • GEHA: First Health Claims: We are NOT participating providers; however, GEHA plans have out-of-network benefits. The patient is responsible for verifying they have out-of-network benefits. The patient is also responsible for obtaining a referral from GEHA through the patient’s PCP. The patient is responsible for any copay and deductible amounts at the time of service.
  • Humana Healthcare: We are providers for the following Humana Plans:
  • Humana PPO
  • Humana Choice Care Network PPO
  • Humana Choice Care Plus Network PPO
  • Humana Medicare PPO
  • Humana Medicare PFFS Humana Gold Choice
  • We are NOT participating providers with any of the following Humana plans: Humana Open Access Plus EPO, Humana National POS Open Access, Humana Choice POS, Humana Preferred PPO, Humana Open Access EPO, Humana EPO PPO Open Access. As a result, the patient, not the insurance company, is responsible for payment in full at the time of service.

  • Medicare: We are a participating Medicare provider. The patient is responsible for the annual Medicare deductible and 20% coinsurance at the time of service (unless covered by a secondary insurance).
  • MEDICAID: We do NOT accept this plan.
  • Tricare Standard: We do accept Tricare Standard. The patient is responsible for any coinsurance at the time of service.
  • Tricare Prime: We do NOT accept Tricare Prime. As a result, the patient, not the insurance company, is responsible for payment in full at the time of service.
  • United Healthcare: We are a participating provider with several of UHC Healthcare plans. Some UHC plans require a referral from the primary care physician. The patient is responsible for verifying we are in network with their plan. Patient is also responsible for obtaining referral from UHC through the patient’s PCP.
  • United Healthcare HMO: We are a participating provider with a limited number of UHC HMO plans. In network plans require a referral from the patient’s PCP. United Compass is an HMO plan.
  • United Healthcare:
  • United Healthcare Choice Plus: We are providers – no referral required.
  • United Healthcare POS: We are NOT providers As a result, the patient, not the insurance company, is responsible for payment in full at the time of service.
  • United Healthcare Medicare Complete: (including, AARP, Passport, Wellmed, Dual Complete). We are NOT participating providers; however, some of these plans have out-of-network benefits. The patient is responsible for verifying out of network benefits. The patient is responsible for any copay and deductible amounts at the time of service.
  • United Healthcare Medicare Dual Complete: This plan is a two part plan (hence the Dual). The break down is: The first part is a MC take over with the current year Medicare deductible and the 2nd part of the Dual is a Medicaid plan (The 20% not paid by MC) which may or may not be through UHC or some other carrier. We are not Medicaid providers. Therefore, the patient will be responsible for the deductible plus the 20% coinsurance.
  • NO INSURANCE: If a patient does not have any insurance coverage, they will be responsible for payment in full at the time of service. If a payment plan is desired, we ask that the patient speak with our billing office prior to the visit.