It is our policy to collect your co-payment at the time of your visit, prior to seeing a physician. Doing so helps us to continue offering you the best care possible. If you have questions or concerns about this policy, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Thank you for your cooperation,
Dr. Michelle Andre
Yes, your insurance card is needed to keep your account up to date and accurate.
Depending on your insurance, a co-pay may be required. You should contact your insurance company regarding co-pays. Please be prepared to pay your co-pay at the time of the visit.
We kindly ask that you contact our office if you are going to be late or cannot keep your appointment. We ask that you provide at least 24 hours’ notice if you are cancelling/rescheduling a visit. If you are going to be more than 15 minutes late, please call our office to see if your appointment will need to be rescheduled out of respect for the other patients.
Yes, please come 10-15 minutes early. This will facilitate a timely visit with your physician.
Most health insurance plans provide 30 days of newborn coverage under the mother’s plan. It is the parents’ responsibility to contact the insurance company to ensure continued coverage of the child. We recommend you contact your insurance company as soon as the baby is born to initiate this process. Please bring the mother’s insurance card to the first visit.
You should contact your insurance company within 24 hours.
You will need to contact your insurance company regarding this information. Each insurance policy has different requirements.
Contact Us to Learn More
Feel free to use the form below if you would like to send us questions about our medical clinic and the obstetric services we provide. We will get back to you with accurate and up-to-date gynecology information. You can also use the form to request an appointment.
Call Care & Comfort Obstetrics & Gynecology to learn more or to schedule your next gynecology exam.