Do you take my insurance?
M. T. Curry Pediatrics is able to file claims with the following insurance companies:
Aetna Better Health of Virginia
Anthem Health Keepers Plus
Anthem Health Keepers Plus CCC Plan
Magellan Complete Care
Medicaid of Virginia
Optima Health Community Care
Optima Family Care
United Healthcare Community Plan
Virginia Premier Elite Plus
Virginia Premier Health Plan
Aetna Better Healt FAMIS
Anthem Health Keepers
Anthem Health Keepers Plus FAMIS
CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield
Magellan Complete Care FAMIS
Optima Health Plan
Optima Family Care FAMIS
United Health Care
United Health Care GEHA
Virginia Premier Health Plan FAMIS
If you do not see your plan name listed, you may contact your insurance carrier for a list of in network providers.
How do I pay my bill?
Bills can be paid through our website by following the link at the top of this page, by phone or by mail. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Cash, Checks, Money Orders, HSA and Flex Spending cards,
Why did I get a bill for a Preventative Care visit?
A preventive care visit is different from an office visit:
A preventive visit is to review your overall health, identify health risks and to discuss how to stay healthy. This is covered at 100% as long as you see a doctor that is in your plan network.
An office visit is to discuss or be treated for a specific health concern or condition. You may have to pay for the visit as part of your deductible, copay and/or coinsurance.
Most insurance companies cover preventative care in full, however
there are certain things that can come up during a well child check that may be outside of your covered benefits.
Our providers are required to complete certain tests and screenings at a preventative visit and at times your provider may find abnormalities while performing these duties.
Should we come across an abnormality or concern, we will fulfill our obligation to document our findings in your child’s chart so that we can monitor their progress.
In these instances, you may receive a bill from your insurance company for those portions of the visit. You may also receive a bill if your insurance does not cover required procedures.
Additional visits may become necessary if circumstances suggest variations from normal.
For more information on covered services you may call the number on the back of your insurance card.
How long do I have to pay my bill?
Bills are due no later than 30 days after the statement date. Past due accounts may be forwarded to collections with interest.
If I self pay and get insurance, can my visit be billed so that I can receive a refund?
What are the differences between HMO, PPO and HDHP insurance plans?
M. T. Curry INC does not issue refunds for services. If the patient has recently gotten insurance it may be used on present and future claims only.