Internal Medicine of Milford participates with many insurance carriers. We do, however, require your insurance information prior to your appointment to verify eligibility. If you have questions regarding your insurance coverage prior to your visit, please call your insurance company and our billing office (203-878-3531 x3035). We are unable to waive co-payments due to contractual terms with our carriers. Thank you for your understanding.
Please be prepared to show your insurance card at every visit as well as a form of ID. The latter is to protect your financial information.
We do not participate with any state sponsored insurance program. We will see you as a self pay patient if you are covered by one of these plans. Please speak with our billing staff prior to scheduling your visit.
Co-payments are the patient’s responsibility and are to be paid at the time of service. Any patient balances are expected to be paid when invoice is received or within 30 days. If you need to set up payment arrangements, please contact the number above for our billing office. Payments may be made by cash, check, VISA or Mastercard.
To make payment by mail please use the following address:
Internal Medicine of Milford
40 Commerce Park
Milford, CT 06460
Our billing staff is always willing and available to discuss billing matters with you.
We currently participate with the following insurance carriers:
- Anthem BC/BS
- First Health
- Harvard Pilgrim
- Healthy Connecticut
- Humana (CHN solutions network)
- Medicare (existing patients only)
- Multi Plan
- PHCS (Private Health Care systems)
- Railroad Medicare (existing Patients only)
- TriCare (depends on the region-call Insurance)
- United Healthcare
- WellCare – (Medicare only, existing patients only)
If your visit requires laboratory tests, x-rays, special x-ray studies and other services done outside of our office, a referral may be required by our physicians. IMM will provide these specialists and facilities with your billing information. Our staff will contact your carrier when it is required. Patients are ultimately responsible for knowledge specific to their individual plans so we ask that you take an active part in knowing your plan requirements.