Insurance

In order to help you decide whether to choose Robert S. Tomchik, M.D. as your physician we have listed the major insurance companies and plans that we accept.

We accept all uninsured patients as well.

Medicare insurance plans

Medicare Part B

The following Medicare replacement plans:

  • AARP Medicare Complete Choice
  • Aetna Golden Choice Premier and Standard Plans
  • Any, Any, Any Gold and Platinum
  • AvMed Premier Care
  • Blue Medicare PFFS and PPO
  • Evercare
  • Humana Choice PPO
  • Humana Gold Choice
  • Humana Gold Plus HMO
  • Medicare Masterpiece
  • Preferred Care Partners
  • Secure Horizons
  • Today’s Options Premier and Value
  • Universal Healthcare Group (UHC)Memorial EPO

Commercial insurance plans

  • 1199 National Benefit Fund
  • Aetna U.S. Healthcare
  • American Medical Security
  • Archdiocese of Miami
  • AvMed
  • Beech Street
  • Benefit Administrative Systems
  • Benesight
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Champus
  • Cigna Healthcare
  • Community Care Network (CCN)
  • First Health Network
  • Golden Rule
  • Great-West Healthcare
  • Humana
  • Integrated Health Network and Services (First Health Network)
  • JMH Health Plan
  • Medical PPO – CBSA Performax
  • Memorial Integrated Healthcare
  • Memorial Managed Care Plan (MMCP)
  • Memorial PHO
  • National Association of Letter Carriers Health Benefit Plan (NALCHBP)
  • Neighborhood Health Partnership
  • Oxford Health Plan
  • PHCS
  • Public Health Trust
  • Tricare
  • UMR
  • United Healthcare
  • Vista Health System
  • And more…

It is helpful that each patient be familiar with the policies and procedures of their insurance plan. While this is a list of the majority of the insurance companies we contract with, most insurance companies have multiple plans with varying degrees of medical coverage.

We cannot guarantee that your particular insurance plan(s) will cover any or all of the services provided at our office. This list of insurance companies and plans is not a guarantee of payment upon their part. The patient is responsible for any and all outstanding balances not covered by his or her insurance company’s plan.