As we all prepare to take on this invisible threat, our team at AMI has been working diligently to make sure you have access to surgical care. Through Tele-Surgery, we are prepared to continue our patient visits and consultations using a secure HIPPA compliant web-based media platform. All our surgeons and physician assistants will be able to connect directly with you, face to face, to discuss and review any concerns you may have. If you need to be seen, this can be discussed through our Tele-Surgery platform and a one-one visit can be arranged in the office within 24-48hr period.



All co-pays are due at the time of your visit.  Co-pays are set by your insurance company and are considered a contract between you, your insurance and employer. We encourage you to know your benefits and coverage prior to undergoing any surgical procedure.


Payment in full is due at the time of service if you do not have health insurance.


We are a participating Medicare provider. Medicare as well as your secondary insurance (if any) will be billed for you. You are responsible for co-payment or deductible amounts as stated by Medicare and your secondary insurance company.


Your medical claim will be forwarded to your secondary insurance (if any) after payment and/or explanation of benefits (EOB) is received from your primary insurance company.


We are required to follow the guidelines of your managed care plan which mandates to us that when you visit a specialist, such as ours, you must have a referral from your primary care physician prior to seeking specialty care. Therefore, you are financially responsible for the services received, unless your referral is presented at the time of this visit. If you do not have a referral from your primary care physician at the HGH time of a visit, you will be financially responsible for all service performed, upon completion of the visit. You will also be given the option to reschedule your appointment.


You will be sent up to three notices for your financial responsibility (co-insurance, deductible) after

payment and/or explanation of benefits (EOB) is received from your insurance company/companies. After the third and last notice, your account may he forward to collections. Please let the billing office know if you have any difficulties resolving your bill. Payment arrangements can be made on a case to case basis.


OUR office accepts cash, checks, Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express.

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