2804 Remington Green Circle

Tallahassee, FL

Insurance Coverage and Payment Policy

Full payment for services and supplies is expected at the time of service.  This includes all co-payments, deductibles, non-covered durable supplies and if we don’t file your particular insurance, the full cost of the visit.

We accept Visa, Mastercard and Discover credit cards, personal check or cash.

For those insurances that we do not file, we can supply you with the filled out insurance form for you to submit to them for reimbursement if you request.

Please bring your valid insurance card with you for this visit so that we can verify your status and the amount that you owe for the visit.

If your insurance requires a referral from your primary care physician for your visit to be covered, it is your responsibility to have the proper referral numbers and paper work completed when you come for the visit.

Insurances that we accept and file (with proper referral if required) are the following:

  • Capital Health Plan
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • Tri-Care
  • 1st Medical Network
  • Taylor Benefits
  • Medicare (and secondary insurances of Medicare)
  • Aetna
  • Cigna
  • Humana PPO/POS
  • Anthem Blue Cross

Self-Pay/No Insurance

Patients without insurance who are self-pay will receive an across the board, 20% discount on our usual customary charges. Payment is expected at the time of visit with either credit card or cash unless some other provision is made with our receptionist before the visit.

A credit card is needed to hold a visit and there is a charge for no shows.

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