Insurance companies vary widely on coverage. We will check with your insurance carrier to see if treatment is eligible. Most insurance companies cover the cost of the initial consultation and testing, even if the treatment is not. Generally, for problematic varicose veins insurance companies will cover the cost of treatment. Once you are evaluated through the office we will review medical necessity and insurance policies regarding coverage for treatment. We will let you know if we feel your insurance will cover the treatment and whether or not any type of prior authorization or pre-certification is needed. If we feel your treatment may not be covered by your insurance we will review any possible fees for treatment.
The following is a list of insurance plans that we are contracted providers:
- Aetna Healthcare (all plan types)
- Avmed Health Plans
- Blue Cross & Blue Shield
- Golden Rule
- RailRoad Medicare
- United Healthcare
- MultiPlan Network – info/symbol will be located on the back of the card
- PHCS Network – info/symbol will be located on the back of the card
- PHCS Savility – info/symbol will be located on the back of the card
- AARP Medicare Complete (UHC)
- Wellmed (UHC)
- Oxford (UHC)
*Please note that we do not participate in any type of Medicaid plans.
*Any insurance plans not listed, verification of network reimbursement would apply. Please call us to verify (904)373-1237.
St. Johns Vein participates and contracts with many carriers. Although we do not participate with HMO plans, most managed healthcare plans offer out of network benefits. Do not be discouraged if we are not on plan with your health insurance carrier. As long as you have out of network benefits, our practice can handle claims filling for you. We will use our knowledge and experience to assist you in obtaining your benefits.
We accept cash, credit (Visa, MC, American Express and Discover), CareCredit and personal checks.
Payment Plans: See Billing Specialist for options.
St. Johns Vein is a medical provider and most major insurance carriers are in network providers.