Terms & Policies
Most insurance plans are accepted at Ambulatory Foot & Ankle Center, P.C.
Patients will need to bring insurance card(s) and photo ID when coming in for a visit.
We will need authorization from patient's primary care physician if required by the insurance company.
Co-pays are due at the time of the appointment.
For your convenience, we accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover cards, as well as cash and personal checks.
Medicare (Part B) | Medicaid | VA Premier | United Healthcare | Aetna | Cigna | Anthem BC/BS | Anthem Federal | Anthem Healthkeepers Plus | Anthem Coordinated Care | Anthem Healthkeepers (Open Access) | Anthem Cova-Care | Anthem The Local Choice | Tricare Standard (DOD# Req.) | Humana PPO & PFFS (Out of Network Benefit)
(that require a referral)
Tricare Prime | Anthem Healthkeepers | Humana Coordinated Care | Veterans Administration | AARP Medicare Complete | Worker's Compensation
We always welcome new patients.
You should arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time, fill out your Intake Form
here. BE SURE TO FILL OUT INTAKE FORMS AS THOROUGHLY AS POSSIBLE to avoid needing to
fill out paper forms on arrival. Write down any issues that you would like to discuss with the doctor. When
coming in for a procedure, please remember to remove any nail polish and wear comfortable shoes.
Ambulatory Foot & Ankle Center, P.C. reserves the right to charge a fee for appointments not kept or cancelled within 24 hours.
Walk-in patients are welcome based on appointment availability.
If you are in need of a prescription refill, please allow 48 hours for us to honor your request.
Fees and Payments
For billing inquiries, please contact our office at 757-825-5783, and one of our administrative staff members will gladly assist you.
Insurance claims are processed outside of our office through a contracted billing service. If your inquiry
cannot be resolved within our office, you will be provided the telephone number of the billing
Patients are responsible for non-covered services that are provided by our office. Failing to
keep your account current can lead to denial of services.