East County Urgent Care Accepts Health Insurance in El Cajon, CA
East County Urgent Care Accepts Most Major Health Insurance Policies. For More Information Call Us Today at (619) 442-9896. We Are Ready to Help You and Your Family Feel Better!
We have contracts with the following insurance companies; however, some HMO plans require you to utilize a specific facility or Doctor in order to receive the maximum benefit. Call your insurance company if you are unsure of your plan’s restrictions.
- Blue Cross
- Blue Shield
- First Health
- Health Net
- Molina Healthcare (18 years and older)
- Tribal Health Partners
- United Health Care
- Community Health Group (18 years and older)
East County Urgent Care Clinic in El Cajon accepts most major PPO insurance plans, although there are some insurance plans with which our practice does not participate. There may also be some exceptions where our office may have higher deductibles, co-pays etc… If you have an HMO please call your primary care physicians office.If you have an insurance that is not listed above, please call our office at (619) 376- 1082 or call your insurance company to verify whether your insurance is accepted before you visit our walk-in clinic.
Information provided by your insurer through written “provider listings” or the internet may not always reflect the most current provider information. You are encouraged to contact your insurance company prior to treatment to determine if your visit will be covered.
For your convenience, we will complete and submit all claim forms as required by your insurance company. If your insurance pays benefits directly to East County Urgent Care, you will not receive a statement until we have received payment from your insurance company – and then, only for any remaining balances. You will not receive a statement if the insurance payments result in a zero balance.
Please note, our fees are not always the same as the amounts reimbursed by all insurance plans. We cannot accept full responsibility for collecting all insurance monies, or negotiating the settlement of disputed claims. Remember, your health insurance policy is a contract between you, the policyholder, and the insurance company. Health insurance does not relieve the patient of financial responsibility for services received.