Insurance & Billing

Our practice participates with most health insurance carriers. See full list below.

Please note that co-payments and deductibles are due at time of service. We accept: cash, check, debit and major credit cards, including Care Credit. View our full Financial Policy here.
Announcement about Annual Wellness Visits:

Most insurance carriers, including Medicare, provide one wellness visit every twelve months, free of charge.  The visit focuses on preventative care. If your provider manages chronic conditions, or is asked to evaluate and manage a new problem at your annual wellness visit, there could be an extra charge and copay added to your bill. If you have questions, please contact our Billing Office at 258-8681, option 4.




    Blue Cross Blue Shield


            Crescent Health Solutions

            Healthy State (Medcost)

    Humana Choice Care


    United Health Care




            Railroad Medicare



            Aetna Medicare Advantage HMO, PPO & POS

            BCBS Blue Medicare HMO & PPO 

            Humana Gold Choice Medicare Advantage PFFS Plan

            Humana Medicare Advantage PPO, POS, HMO, PFFS

            Humana ChoiceCare Medicare Advantage PPO, POS, HMO, PFFS


MEDICARE ADVANTAGE PLANS—Same Benefits as "In-Network"    

   First Medicare Direct (Healthy State HMO plus)

   UHC-AARP Medicare Complete (Plan 1 & 2; Essential HMO’s)

   UHC Group Medicare Advantage PPO Plan (NC State Retirement Plan)

   United Healthcare-Group Medicare Advantage PPO


If you do not have insurance, we can work with you.

With or without insurance, we believe patients should be eligible for quality family medical care. For patients who need to pay out-of-pocket,  we offer discounts of 30% on our common fees and lab services. The fees apply only if the patient pays at the time of service. View our self-pay policies and price schedule here.


Advance Beneficiary Notices for Medicare Patients

Medicare Part B covers medically necessary lab tests. These lab tests include certain blood or urine tests such as Lipid Panels, PSA’s and Vitamin D tests. Your or your provider may request lab tests more often than Medicare covers. Or, you or your provider may request lab tests that Medicare will not cover. If we determine that Medicare will not cover a lab test, we will ask for your written consent to pay for the test. We will talk with you about risks if you choose to decline a recommended lab test.