Insurance & Billing Policies
You can make payments to Jefferson Surgical Clinic using cash, check, money order, Visa, MasterCard or Discover. We also participate in Project Access.
Insurance co-pays are expected to be paid each time you visit Jefferson Surgical Clinic.
If you are a self-pay patient, please be prepared to pay at least $200 toward your medical care at the time of your appointment (unless prior arrangements have been made with our billing department).
Accounts that are not paid within 60 days are considered past due (unless special arrangements have been made with our billing department).
Current insurance or enrollment cards must be presented at the time of registration for each visit. Please be sure to bring insurance cards with you.
Please advise our staff of any changes in your insurance coverage, employment or address information when you register for your appointment.
When all of your insurance information has been received, we will automatically file all insurance claim forms for you.
You will be required to authorize payment of insurance benefits directly to our office unless you pay your balance in full at the time of your visit.
Our professional staff of billing and coding specialists is available to assist you with billing, insurance and payment questions. We can work with you to establish payment arrangements and determine insurance coverage or eligibility for financial assistance. You may reach us by calling (540) 283-6000 and asking for the Patient Accounting Department.
We participate with the following insurance plans:
- AETNA (PPO & HMO)
- Anthem (PPO & HMO)
- CIGNA (PPO & HMO)
- First Health (PPO)
- Healthkeepers (HMO)
- Palmetto Government Medicare
- Private Healthcare Systems
- RR Medicare
- United Health Care (PPO & HMO)
- Virginia Health Network
- Virginia Medicaid
- Virginia Premier
If your insurance requires that you have a referral from your primary care physician to see one of our physicians, it is your responsibility to obtain that referral and have it sent to our office before your appointment. You cannot be seen if a referral is needed and is not obtained prior to the appointment.