Things to Bring
We want to make your visit as easy as possible by providing information that will help you with our registration, billing, and payment procedures. Please be sure to bring these items with you to every visit.
- Insurance card(s)
- Valid driver license or state-issued ID
- Any pertinent medical records (lab work, imaging results, immunizations, etc.)
- List of current medications, vitamins and/or supplements you’re taking
- Form of payment (we accept all major credit cards, check, and cash)
We may not be able to see you if you do not bring these items. If you need to reschedule or cancel an appointment, please contact our office at least 24 hours in advance. If you miss an appointment without notice, a rescheduled appointment cannot be guaranteed. Repeated failure to keep your appointment may result in dismissal as a patient.
- Per our financial policy, a one time $25 deposit is required to be made at the time of scheduling your appointment.
- At the time of your visit, you are responsible to pay any deductible, co-payment, co-insurance, or outstanding balance as specified by your insurance company.
- Any medical services not covered by your insurance company must be paid in full at the time of the visit, unless you have made arrangements with us before the appointment.
- If you are a self-pay patient, you will be expected to pay for your visit at the time of service, unless other arrangements have been made with us in advance. The cost of your visit will vary per level of service, please call our office for more information on fees.
- Please be sure that any needed referrals and authorizations for treatment are provided to us before the visit. If you do not provide the needed referral or authorization, your visit may be rescheduled or you may have to pay the full amount for the services.
- Payment can be made with cash, check or credit card. Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover are accepted by our office. There is a $30 fee for any check returned by the bank for any reason. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact billing customer service, phone number provided below.
Insurance Benefits and Forms
- Columbus Integrative Family Medicine Center contracts with many insurance companies. If you have insurance with one of these companies, our billing offices will submit a claim for payment of services for you unless you instruct us not to. All needed insurance information, including special forms, must be completed by you before you leave your appointment.
- If the Columbus Integrative Family Medicine Center does not accept your insurance company, you will be responsible for any balance not paid by your insurance. While our billing offices will file a claim on your behalf to your insurance company, you may be required to pay Columbus Integrative Family Medicine Center before receiving services. If payment is received from your insurance company after processing your claim, you will be refunded any extra amount after all charges have been covered.
- If you have questions about your specific insurance coverage, you need to call your insurance company. Their telephone number should be printed on your insurance card.
- Our staff is happy to help with insurance questions relating to how a claim was filed. We will also provide any additional information your insurance company might need to process your claim.
- Note: We no longer accept Medicare, Medicaid and other government insurances.
- Aetna PPO.
- Cigna (includes GreatWest)
- Cofinity (formerly PPOM)
- First Health (includes Coventry)
- HealthReach Preferred
- HealthSmart (includes AHPO, Emerald and Interplan)
- Medical Mutual
- Stratose (includes Ohio Preferred Network, OPN)
- United Health Care (but not Medicare Plan)
We also accept patients preferring to self-pay