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Common Questions

Do you take insurance?

I actually take all insurance, I just don't bill your insurance. I will use your insurance for ordering labs, vaccines, x-rays and other imaging studies you may need but I do not bill your insurance directly. Birdie Pediatrics is also not an insurance company.

What about labs/imaging/testing and referrals?

If you have a PPO type insurance plan, I will generate a lab/imaging requisition and you will bring them to the facility that is covered by your insurance. Most patients who use a DPC/concierge physician still have commercial insurance for these incidentals as well as ER, urgent care and hospital visits.

Is there a co-pay?

No there is not.

 

Do I sign a long-term contract?

No, however, the best medical care is based on a long-term relationship with your provider. You can cancel your membership anytime with a 30 day in advance written notice. There is a $100 one time enrollment fee for all new patients and re-enrollment will be considered on a case-by-case basis. 

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