Neuro Care Center, LLC accepts most major health insurance carriers. Please call our office at (410) 730-6911 to confirm your insurance carrier. If your visit is related to an accident on the job or an auto accident, please note that we do not accept Workmen`s Compensation or Auto Insurances for new patients at this time.

Preparing for your office visit:

       Please take with you:

  • Your insurance cards.
  • Your driver’s license or a picture I.D.
  • The referral from your referring physician (unless it was faxed to our office).
  • A list of current prescription or over-the-counter medications you are taking, including dose and frequency.
  • Pertinent information about your medical and surgical history.
  • Any recent x-rays or other pertinent medical records you may have.

We Value Your Time:

There are certain patient forms that need to be completed prior to seeing the doctor. If you like, these may be filled out before your visit, to save you time. These forms are available on this website, under “Patient Forms”, or you may call our office and we will mail them to you ahead of your visit.

While emergencies may sometimes occur that cause delays, we strive to honor all appointment times, while giving every patient the time he or she needs to have questions answered fully by the doctor.

Patient Responsibility:

If your insurance company requires that you pay a copay, we are required to collect it at the time of your visit.

If your insurance plan requires a deductible, partial payment for your visit is due at the time of the visit, unless your deductible has been met. Our billing company will bill you for any difference, after your insurance company advises them of the amount due, if any.

If your insurance plan has a high deductible, and you would like a payment plan, our office will work with you, at no extra charge, as a courtesy. Please speak with Rebekah at the front desk.

If your insurance company requires a referral, please request it from your primary care physician. If your doctor faxes a referral to our office, please ask us to print a copy of the referral for you. Since referrals are patient’s responsibility, it is important that you have a copy of your referral so you know how many visits are approved, and the expiration date of the referral.

If you have questions about your insurance benefits, please call your insurance company, using the telephone number shown on the back of your insurance card.