dollar billTo reduce confusion and misunderstanding between our patients and Quick Care, we have established the following financial policies.

Participating Insurance

We have made prior arrangements with many insurers and health plans to accept an assignment of benefits. This means that we will bill those plans for which we have an agreement and will only require you to pay the authorized co-payment /co-insurance at the time of service.

All other Insurances

The co-payment made is for the office visit only. If you have any procedures performed during your visit to us, the procedure co-payment, deductible and or co-insurance (most likely) is not covered in the co-payment made at the front desk. Unless otherwise stated by your insurance company, all other services have co-payments and/or co-insurance, yearly deductibles and must be a covered service. In other words, the amount you pay during your visit may not be all you owe. Your final responsibility will be determined after your insurance company has received a bill for all services rendered, processes and paid your claim.

Private Pay Patients

As a private pay patient you will be asked to pay for the office visit at the time of service. It is very important that you ask about the cost of care or services that your physician is recommending prior to the service being performed. At the end of your visit, you understand that you will be expected to pay for any additional charges.

Minor Patients

For all services rendered to minor patients, we will look to the parent or guardian with custody for payment.

Through June 29, 2017 Quick Care has treated 246,627 different patients.