Financial Policy

Urology Associates participates in the Medicare and Mississippi Medicaid programs as well as other commercial insurance products. If the Clinic participates in your insurance plan you will be responsible for all copays, deductibles, and coinsurance amounts at the time of service. You will also be responsible for any services not covered by your insurance plan. You must bring your insurance card(s) to every visit.If the Clinic does not participate in your insurance, we will file your insurance as a courtesy but you will be responsible for all charges not paid by your insurance. You will be required to pay a $200 deposit on your first visit which will be applied against your charges.If you do not have any insurance you will be required to pay a $200 deposit on your first visit which will be applied against your charges. This must be paid before you are seen. All future charges should be paid at time of service unless you work out other payment arrangements with our billing staff. We do offer patients with no insurance coverage a discount when charges are paid in full at time of service. Please ask any of our billing or check out staff about this discount.You understand that you are financially responsible for all Clinic charges unless covered and paid by your third party insurance as explained above. If you should default on your financial responsibility, you understand that your account may be turned over to a collection agency. If that occurs, you may be charged for all reasonable collection fees incurred by the Clinic.

Experienced Providers & Quality Care

Our providers and professional staff comprise one of the most experienced and respected urological practices in the region. Approximately 20,000 patients visit our facility each year to receive the best in comprehensive, quality care.

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