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We accept most insurance including HMOs, PPOs, and Medi-Cal. If you are a new patient and would like to verify if we accept your insurance, please email our new patient liaison: [email protected]
If your insurance card list one of our office addresses or one of our physicians, you could still be seen at any of our offices or see any one of our physicians.
We Welcome all Commercial and Medi-Cal HMO members with Regal, Lakeside, Health Care Partners and Eastland Members at Kids and Teens
We accept most insurance, including PPO, HMO, MediCal and CHDP. So, if you’re not sure what type of insurance
you have, or didn’t see your health plan in our list of options, chances are we can still help.
If you belong to another HMO/IPA or have another office listed; you can still come into our office and have it all changed to one of our office and physicians.
Or contact us on (818) 361-5437 and have it changed over the phone.
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Our billing policy has recently changed. Please review prior to your appointment.
Under the Affordable Care Act, families are having their
insurance changed to new insurance products, as mandated by federal law.
As a result, traditional insurance products utilizing legacy PPO
networks are no longer accessible for many of our patients, though some
who obtain their insurance through unions or government agencies may
still have access. The state of California has not adopted the federal
extension allowing individuals and families to keep their plans for an
additional two years, so in most cases families do not have the choice
to keep their legacy networks or the doctors who are in them.
Whileour contracts with insurers have not changed.The
policies insurers offer has. Insurers have manufactured new, “narrow”
networks that have arbitrarily excluded Rose City Pediatrics. Insurers
admit that these new, narrow (usually EPO) networks are designed to
fulfill insurance companies’ needs for a minimum number of “providers or
prescribers” and to fulfill the needs of the insurance companies’
members at the lowest cost to the insurance company. Confusingly, many
of these new network plans are marketed and advertised as PPOs, which we
believe they are not. We have only ascertained the truth after families
accessed our services.
As a result of the Affordable Care Act, and because of
diminished access from new limited assurance networks, and although our
existing relationships with insurers has not changed, we have been
forced to implement new billing policies to remain viable.
If we cannot quickly determine if we will get paid we will charge you
$125.00 deposit at the time of service and we will refund when if we
We appreciate that our families value the traditional and high
quality services they have come to expect, and that we expect from
ourselves. With apologies for any inconvenience this may cause, bat
assuring you of our best attention at all times, it is our intention to
continue to provide the caliber of care our patients have enjoyed over