Financial Policy


accept cash, personal checks, Visa, Mastercard, and Discover

Payment is due regardless of who brings the child in for service.
If you are
reachable by phone, we can take your credit card information
over the phone and send the receipt home with your child's caregiver.
For separated or divorced parents, financial responsibility belongs to the
parent bringing the child in for treatment. We will not bill the other parent;
it is your responsibility to bring what you will owe when you arrive.

All patients must have a credit card on file. A form will be provided to each guarantor and must be completed (no exceptions). Credit cards will be automatically charged if your account balance is over 90 days past due.

Returned checks are subject to a $30 fee.
Full payment for any returned checks will be due at your next visit.

COPAY: A flat fee, required by your insurance company, that you have to
pay at every visit.

COINSURANCE: A fee you pay based on a percentage of the
reimbursement the office will
receive for providing services to you.
[For example, if the insurance pays $100 for a particular type of visit, and you have
a 20% coinsurance, you will be required to pay $20 at the time of service]   

DEDUCTIBLE: The amount you have to pay towards your healthcare
before the insurance will pay for
anything. A deductible can be $500 or
$5000. It's very important that you know how much your
deductible is and
 if it has been met.

Our office will submit all insurance claims for you. Please keep us updated with your
current insurance information, including a copy of your insurance card, the claims 
address, policy and group numbers.

Proof of insurance must be shown at check-in for every visit. Without proof of 
insurance, you will be charged for the visit in full. For newborns, proof of application 
will be expected by the 30-day mark for those still not yet added to the insurance. 
Most commercial insurance companies allow only 30 days to add your newborn to 
the plan; please do so as soon as possible. By 2 months of age, all babies without 
proof of insurance will be expected to pay in full for their 2-month well visit and all
visits since birth.


Physical or wellness exam $150

Single-problem sick visit $75

Complicated sick visit or ADHD recheck $100

Vaccine administration $15/each

Venous blood draw $25

Capillary blood draw $5

Lead, hemoglobin, glucose $15/each

Flu, RSV, Strep, Mono testing $25/each

Urinalysis (clean catch/bag) $25

SpotVision or audiometry (not with physical exam) $25/each

Albuterol treatment (includes mask & teaching) $25

Umbilical cautery $20

- Aetna

- Cigna (including Great West)

- Collier County Government, Schools, and Sheriff's Office

- Florida Blue (BCBS)

- Global Medical Management

- HealthSmart Preferred Care

- Humana

- Medicaid

- Meritain

- Plan Vista aka National Preferred Provider Network

- Nova Healthcare Admin for Star Management


- Tricare

- United

We also accept Medi-Share and Liberty Health Share plans.