We offer a variety of simple, secure methods to pay your bill. If you would like to use health insurance for your appointment, please read below for important information regarding our insurance policies and responsibilities.
To pay your bill, you are welcome to visit one of our office locations, mail a check, provide credit card / debit card information over the phone by calling (772) 288-2400 or pay online by clicking the button below. Please have your account information available when planning to pay your bill via telephone or secure online portal.
Online payments are:
- Available 24/7
South Florida Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine accepts most insurance plans. Please contact our scheduling department to verify our participation with your insurance policy. Learn more about our insurance and payment policies below.
Insurance benefits can be very complex, and some plans have very strict rules as to when they will pay for medical services. We are here to help you understand your medical benefits coverage. We will ask you to provide us with your current insurance information and present your current insurance card(s). This helps ensure that we correctly bill your insurance and that we both understand what your responsibilities for payment may be.
Additionally, some insurance plans require that we receive authorization for your office visit to South Florida Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine before your scheduled appointment. In some cases, we may need your help obtaining that prior authorization.
Depending upon your benefit coverage, some services may not be covered by your insurance plan. Payment for non-covered services will be your responsibility.
If you are being seen by us because of an accident (auto accident, workers’ compensation claim, etc), please tell the receptionist when you arrive for your scheduled appointment. We will need specific information about the event, including the date of injury/accident, the workers’ compensation/auto carrier name, address and claim number if applicable. This will allow us to file an accurate claim with the appropriate carrier. Our office will submit all necessary paperwork involving your claim. If the claim is denied, payment becomes your responsibility.