Insurance and Billing
We will ask you to verify your current insurance coverage at every visit. If your insurance coverage changes, please have your new insurance cards available at that time. Before each vaccination visit, find out if your insurance plan covers your child’s immunizations. Be sure to notify your employer/ insurance company about any new additions to your family! For questions related to billing and insurance, please contact us by email or call us at 912-353-7744.
We accept the following insurance carriers:
*If HMO, one of our providers must be selected as the PCP.
- Beechstreet Network
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- The Care Network
- Cigna (not accepting LocalPlus plan)
- Coventry of GA & Coventry National
- First Health (not accepting Benicorp)
- Friday Health Plans
- Georgia Health Network
- Great-West Healthcare
- IBG (Industry Buying Group)
- MHP (Memorial Health Partners)
- SBG (Savannah Business Group)
- Tricare/ChampVA (not accepting new patients)
- United Healthcare
Memorial Health University Medical Center
Please bring your most current insurance card when coming to our office to ensure that the insurance information we have on file (i.e. member id, group number, etc.) is correct at the time of service. Your claim processing could be delayed and you could be held financially responsible if the insurance information on file is invalid.
We collect your copay at check-in so that you may leave the office immediately following your appointment. This can help with your child’s comfort after vaccinations and saves you from having to wait around after your child’s visit.
Payment may be made with cash, check, Visa or Mastercard and is required at the time services are rendered. Your copay is determined by your insurance card/company, which you should bring with you to each visit.
TRANSPARENCY IN COVERAGE RULE
This link leads to the machine-readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.