Financial Information

Here you’ll find answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding financial issues and insurance. If you still need assistance, please don’t hesitate to call us at 904-642-3304. Our staff will be happy to help.

We accept most major insurance plans, including:

Please call your insurance company or our office to verify all our coverage.

It is the amount of money that your insurance company may require you to pay out of pocket before they cover the services.
Coinsurance is the amount of money that your insurance company may require you to pay for a service or claim. For instance, they may pay for 80% for a particular service and you are required to pay 20%.
A co-pay is a predetermined fee that you must pay at the time of service. This is set by your insurance company.
A share of cost is when an individual may qualify for the Medically Needy program if he or she has excessive medical bills but is not eligible for Medicaid because their income or assets are over the program limits. Patients must be self-paid until the share of cost is met.
We accept cash, checks, debit cards, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover.
Payment can be made over the phone or at our clinic.
You may receive a renewal or payment reminder after you have already replied to the previous notice. Our correspondence has simply crossed your response in the mail.
Insurance does not always cover the entire cost of the visit. Most insurances have a deductible, coinsurance, and/or co-pay, meaning a portion of the bill is often the patient’s responsibility
Yes, there is a fee; please note that the filling out of forms requires a separate visit. The common forms we charge for are:

  • FMLA
  • Disability
  • Work/Insurance Health Certification

*There may be a charge for forms other than the ones listed above.

This is because coming in to have your labs or X-rays reviewed by the doctor requires a visit, which is only done when there is something the doctor feels he or she must discuss with personally with you.