Patient Information

What to Bring to Your Appointment

Your insurance card, Physician referral forms (if required by insurance), a list of current prescriptions, over-the-counter medications you are taking (including dosages and frequency), pertinent information about your medical and surgical history, and any recent x-rays or appropriate records you may have

Payment and Insurance Information

Pulmonary-Medicine Associates is a provider for Medicare and most major insurance plans. We provide insurance billing. Please be aware that any costs not covered by insurance are your responsibility. For services that are not covered by insurance, we request payment at the time of your appointment. Your insurance company may also require you to pay a co-payment at the time of your appointment. When necessary, our staff will work closely with patients who require a payment plan. If you have any questions regarding which insurance plans we accept or any billing concerns, please call us at the phone number below. Questions regarding your coverage and benefits should be directed to your employer or insurance company.

Office Policies

Detailed information concerning appointments, insurance, and prescriptions can be found by visiting the Office Policies section of our web site.

Forms, Handouts, and Questionnaires

You can easily download many necessary documents directly from our web site.

Click here to go to the Forms, Handouts, and Questionnaires section.

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