At Peachtree we understand that many of our patients need convenient payment options for their surgical procedure. We have a highly trained staff, expert in insurance billing and self-pay options. Generally speaking our patients have three options when considering how to pay for their surgery:
Insurance: Insurance for surgery is the most commonly used method of payment. We are in-network with many insurance companies and accept an even wider selection of plans. Insurance companies will generally need proof of medical necessity for the procedure, meaning that cosmetic procedures are rarely covered. Generally, with proper documentation, minimally invasive and weight loss surgery procedures can be partly or fully covered by insurance. For more information on insurance coverage for surgery click here.
List of Insurance Accepted:
Please contact us directly to confirm your specific plan is accepted.
United Health Care
Ambetter (General Surgery ONLY)
Financing: We offer several third party financing options for those that may not be able to pay through their insurance plan or have the ability or desire to cash pay. Financing generally comes with interest fees and may require the collateralization of your home or other assets. Please consider your financing options carefully and evaluate the penalties associated with default. For more information on financing options for surgery, click here.
If you are not insured or have bariatric surgery benefits through your insurance provider, we collaborate with several health financial services:
Elite Hydration Center
Cash Pay / Self Pay: Paying for surgery in cash may offer several benefits. These can include avoiding potentially long insurance approval waits and avoiding financing interest fees. Sometimes, the medical facilities we use can bundle a package for your care that may be lower in cost. Please consult one of our billing specialists to determine cash pay fees for your procedure and click here for more information.
We strongly suggest that you speak to our office as you are deciding how to pay for your procedure and when applicable speak to your insurance company to get the details of your coverage. When possible, speak to a qualified professional about your finances and the best payment option for you.