Westgate Skin & Cancer is in-network with most insurance plans and accepts most forms of payment. There are a few insurance plans where the clinic is out-of-network and a few payment exceptions. Patients with a HMO insurance plan will need a referral from their Primary Care Physician (PCP) before being able to book an appointment. Dermatologist are considered a specialist physicians, so a higher tier copay may apply. Details can always be discussed with your insurance company by calling the number on the back of your card.
All Savers (UnitedHealthcare)
BlueCross BlueShield (BCBS)
Golden Rule (UnitedHealthcare)
Great West Healthcare (GWH-Cigna)
PHCS/PHCS Savility (Multiplan)
Tricare Standard / Tricare For Life
United Healthcare Care Improvement Plus (CIP)
United Health One (UnitedHealthcare)
WellCare Health Plans
Aetna Seton Health Alliance (Bright Yellow/Orange Insurance Cards)
Absolutely. Patients have the right to be seen by any doctor they choose. Patients with an out-of-network insurance will be seen as self-pay. We'll provide all the necessary paperwork so you can be reimbursed by your insurance company if you have out-of-network benefits.
The clinic accepts most forms of payments including cash, check, most credit cards, and CareCredit. Patients seeking cosmetic financing can apply for CareCredit to receive immediate credit. Additionally, Brilliant distinctions is accepted for all Allergan cosmetic services offered at the clinic.