Types of Insurances Accepted
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We take a lot of insurance. Some of the private insurances that I can think of off the top of my head are Blue Cross, AvMed, Aetna, United Healthcare, Signa, Florida Hospital, those are some of the private insurances. For the Medicaid HMOs, we also take that as well. We take straight Medicaid. Some of the Medicaid HMOs that we accept are Amerigroup, Prestige, Sunshine, Staywell, United Medicaid, those are the ones that we take.
First Choice Pediatrics is dedicated to placing our patients first in every situation and delivering extraordinary quality of care. In order to do this, our offices take many different types of insurance plans, including Medicaid.
Below is a list of Major Insurances we accept:
- Amerigroup Medicaid/Healthy Kids
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Florida Hospital
- Golden Rule
- School Insurance of Florida | Student Insurance – schoolinsuranceofflorida.com
School Insurance of Florida plans will supplement your primary insurance and help to pay your co-pays and deductibles. Scholastic Insurance of Florida, DBA School Insurance of Florida has been providing student accident insurance plans for Florida students for over 40 years. School Insurance of Florida provides student accident insurance for Public Schools, Private Schools, Summer Camps, Before and Aftercare, Pre-K and Extended Day Programs.
- United Healthcare
- United Medicaid/Healthy Kids
If your insurance company is not on the list, please contact the office for further information on eligibility.
We recommend that you review your insurance policy and contact your insurance company before your exam to determine which services are covered by your insurance plan, and what information must be provided to your insurance company.
Please bring your insurance identification cards and claim or referral forms with you when you visit our office. We will be happy to answer any questions you have at that time.
As a courtesy to our patients, we will fill out and submit a standard AMA 1500 insurance claim form to your insurance company. It’s the patient’s responsibility to ensure their account is paid in full within ninety days; otherwise the account will be referred to a collection agency that can possibly affect your credit. If your insurance plan requires that you make a co-payment, that amount will be collected in the office at the time of the visit.