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Insurances Accepted at Walk-in & Urgent Care Clinic in Palm Bay, FL

Restore Health Urgent Care accepts numerous forms of insurance. Review the list below.

Insurances Accepted at Walk-in & Urgent Care Clinic in Palm Bay, FL
Insurances Accepted at Walk-in & Urgent Care Clinic in Palm Bay, FL

We accept the following Major Insurances, however, if you do not see your insurance on this list, please give us a call, as we may take your insurance.

  • Aetna 
  • Ambetter from Sunshine Health 
  • American Choice Provider Network 
  • BlueCross 
  • Blue Shield Florida – Florida Blue 
  • CarePlus Health Plans, Inc 
  • CareWorks 
  • Cigna 
  • Cigna Healthspring (Medicare Advantage) 
  • Corvel 
  • Department of Labor 
  • EmblemHealth 
  • HealthSmart 
  • Humana Medicare 
  • Medicare 
  • Railroad Prime Health Services, Inc 
  • Procura 
  • Three Rivers Provider Network 
  • TRICARE Prime 
  • TriWest Healthcare Alliance 
  • United Healthcare 
  • USA Managed Care Organization 
  • WorkWell 
  • Zelis
  • Humana
     
  • Florida Healthcare Plans
     
  • Parrish

Are you currently uninsured? Ask our staff about our affordable self-pay rates. Did you know we also have a VIP Membership? Click here to learn more. It is the patient’s responsibility to know and understand the benefits associated with their insurance. If claims are denied due to limitations in coverage or if a patient has a deductible that has not been met, the patient will be responsible for the remaining balance of their claim. A patient’s insurance must be active at the time of the visit. If a claim is denied due to lapse in coverage, the patient will be responsible for the total amount of the visit. Payment of applicable co-pays, co-insurance or deductibles is expected at the time of your visit. The staff makes every effort to determine, to the best of their ability, what those costs will be and will inform you prior to seeing the doctor.

*Certain plans will not have any out of state/area benefit coverage