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If you do not have health insurance, payment is expected in full at the time of service. Trinity Medical Associates does offer discounted rates for uninsured patients.
Yes, we do see patients who were involved in motor vehicle accidents. However, in order to meet all legal requirements we must have full insurance details. The required information includes insurance policy, claim number, claim address, adjuster's name, phone number, and fax number. If this information is not available, we must charge you as a self pay for this type of visit. We cannot bill your private medical insurance company for this type of claim as it is typically not covered.
We must ensure that we have the most up to date information as possible. You must bring your current insurance card, photo ID, notify us with any phone number, address, or email. Please always bring your payment type, current medication list and any form that is required to be completed.
Payments can be made by cash, check, credit or debit card. A returned check fee in the amount of $35.00 may be assessed to your account for every check returned for insufficient funds, stopped payment or closed accounts. We do not accept Care Credit.
Many forms require and in-office appointment. All forms will be completed within 7-10 business days, unless specified by the provider. Please bring a copy with you to your visit or email it to our office ahead of time to insure proper completion.
We require at least 24 hours notice for cancellation of all appointments. You may be charged a $35.00 fee if the proper notice is not given to the office. If you miss two consecutive appointments, we will not fill any prescription refills until you are seen in the office.
* Beginning April 1st, 2021 a missed appointment charge will be increased to $95.00.*
Trinity Medical Associates
YES! Trinity Medical Associates is contracted with most insurance companies and is required to collect ALL co-pays prior to service. Please be prepared to pay at the beginning of your visit.
We do not accept worker's compensation.
It is the patient's responsibility to ensure all required permissions are obtained prior to your required service. It is the patient's responsibility to let our staff know if you need a pre-authorizations or referral. You are responsible for the entire bill if payment is denied by the insurance company for failure to obtain these requirements.