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Billing & Insurance2018-10-02T01:38:22+00:00

Billing & Insurance

Payment is required at the time services are rendered unless other arrangements are made in advance.

For your convenience, Palm Beach Pediatrics accepts payment in the form of cash, personal check, VISA, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. Please note, if paying by check a service charge will be applied to any account whose check is returned for any reason.

Palm Beach Pediatrics schedules appointments such that each patient is given both the time and attention we have built our reputation on. For this reason, those patients who do not cancel their appointment at least 24 hours in advance may be charged a no-show fee of up to $50.00.

Those patients who continuously miss their scheduled appointments may be discharged from the practice.

For questions about your bill, please call (561) 327-4951

Palm Beach Pediatrics accepts most insurance carriers. Please refer to the complete list below to see if we accept your specific insurance:

  • Accountable
  • Aetna
  • Affordable PPO
  • American Medical Security
  • Assurant
  • AvMed
  • BCBS of FL
  • Beech Street
  • CCN
  • Cigna
  • CMS
  • Coventry Health Plans
  • Dimension PPO
  • Evolutions PPO
  • First Health
  • Galaxy Health PPO
  • Great West
  • Guardian
  • Health Mgmt Ntwk (HMN)
  • HealthNet
  • Health Options
  • Humana
  • Interplan PPO
  • Medicaid
  • MultiPlan
  • Neighborhood Health Plan (NHP)
  • NPPN
  • Oxford Health Plan
  • PlanCare America/NPPN PPO
  • Private Healthcare Systems
  • Principal PPO
  • Southcare
  • Staywell/Wellcare
  • Sunshine State (Medicaid HMO)
  • Tricare/Champus HMO/PPO
  • United Healthcare
  • United Healthcare Medicaid HMO

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