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Payments & Refunds

Payment is Due at the Time of Service.

Our office accepts the following types of payments:

  • Cash
  • Personal check
  • Traveler’s check
  • Money Order
  • Credit Card
  • Debit Card

All co-payments, deductibles and non-covered services are due at the time of service unless you have made payment arrangements in advance of your appointment.

Insurance-required co-payments are due when you check in for your appointment. If you arrive without your co-payment, we may ask you to reschedule.

If your co-payment is based on a percentage (example 20% of the allowed payment) and you do not have a secondary policy, please be prepared to pay a minimum of $50.00 on (each) date of service.

Patient responsible balances are due when you check in for your appointment.

  • All balances are due in full within 45 days of the statement date.
  • If you cannot pay the balance in full within 45 days, please contact our Patient Accounts Specialist to see if you qualify for special payment options.
  • It is your responsibility to notify the office of any change in address, phone, employment, or insurance coverage.
  • If you make an overpayment on your account, we will issue a refund only if there are no other outstanding debts on other accounts with the same guarantor or financially responsible party.
  • There is a service fee of $25 for returned checks.
  • A no-show fee may be charged if your appointment is cancelled with less than a 24 hour notice.
  • We reserve the right to report delinquent accounts to credit bureaus, assess a collection fee, take other collection action, or terminate you as a patient of this practice.
  • FMLA Paperwork - Please allow 7-10 business days to complete. Fee $20
  • We may charge a fee of $20 for any presscription that is refilled via phone request.

Important Notice

Beginning January 2, 2014, please show your insurance card, drivers license and pay your co-pay before seeing the physician or before treatment begins.

If your insurance has changed, please advise the receptionist or our medical assistant when arriving for your appointment.

Do you have additional questions?