Effective December 1, 2016, all new patients will be asked for a credit card when scheduling their first appointment with us. This credit card will be kept on file. We are taking that information in the event that a new patient does not come for their appointment or call to cancel their appointment. At the time of the "no show", we will charge the credit card on file a $75 non-refundable fee.
Most insurance plans are accepted (very few are not). Please confirm your insurance carrier with us when you make your appointment.
Cash, check, VISA or MasterCard are accepted for any balances, deposits for cosmetic procedures, and insurance co-payments. We will collect these at the time of registration, prior to seeing your dermatology provider.
Often, health insurance companies may pay only part of the physician’s fee and services. The extent of your benefits is determined by your individual policy. Please keep in mind that services have been rendered to you, the patient, not the insurance company, and you are ultimately responsible for any outstanding balance on your account.
We will gladly assist you with questions regarding claims with your insurance company. An account balance outstanding more than thirty (30) days is considered delinquent. If unresolved after (90) days, your account may be turned over to collections.
Thank you for trusting us with your skin health and skin care needs. Feel free to click on the New Patient Packet and Updated Financial Policy Forms for addition information.