The Physicians of Amarillo Bone and Joint are dedicated to providing you with the best possible care and service, and regard your understanding of our financial policies as an essential element of your care and treatment. To assist you, we have following financial policy. If you have any questions, please contact us at the numbers below, based on the need you have.
If you have a question or discrepancy with a bill or statement please have your bill, statement, and insurance information available, and call (800) 355-1891.
If you have a question about a payment plan that you have set up with us, please call 806-468-9700 ext. 4005.
You, as the responsible party, must furnish our office with the up-to-date insurance information. A copy of your insurance card will be made. Report any changes in insurance coverage immediately upon arrival. Any balance due, not covered by insurance, is your responsibility and is due upon receipt of statement from our office.
Self-Pay Patients or No-Insurance
If you have no insurance and/or have experienced hardship, ABJC has developed an affordable policy in which you can utilize:
- An office visit in which an x-ray is needed is $250.
- An office visit in which an x-ray is not needed is $200.
- There may be additional charges after being seen by your physician. These charges will be provided to you upon check out and payment plans are available. These additional charges could include casts/splints/injections/additional x-rays/procedures.
If you pay at the time of your visit, in full, you will receive a 50% discount off of charges. If you need to set up a payment plan you will receive a 40% discount and a deposit of 50% of your balance is required upfront to set up the payment plan.
Past Due Accounts
Accounts not paid in a responsible manner will be referred to an outside agency for collections and will reflect on your credit rating. In the event the account is sent to collection, you will be responsible for attorneys’ fees, if applicable. Please call our Business Office at (800) 355-1891 if you have financial issues and wish to set up a payment plan. You will be able to make monthly payments toward your balance and avoid the collection process.