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Our pain clinic accepts all other major insurance carriers. Insurance benefits are determined by the plan of the individual or the carrier policies.   This list is updated on a regular basis, so if you have any questions on whether or not your insurance is accepted, please call our office at (706) 738-7246.

Augusta Pain Center

Accepts most insurance plans


AP Surgery Center

Please Note, procedures that are not able to be performed in the office at the Augusta Pain Center will be performed in our adjacent, Joint Commission Certified, Ambulatory Surgery Center.

Accepts most insurance plans


Patient Insurance Responsibility for Services Rendered

Insurance and Billing:

As your provider, please remember that our relationship is with you and not your insurance company. Your benefit coverage is a contract between you and your insurance carrier. Please be aware that not all medical services are covered benefits under all insurance contracts. We encourage you to be familiar with insurance benefits and limitations. If you have any questions about your coverage, please contact your insurance directly.

Augusta Pain Center is committed to providing our patients with a positive experience by delivering the highest quality of care. We realize that the billing and financial aspects of healthcare can be quite complicated. As a service to you, our office will bill your health insurance company. Providing us with accurate information at the time services are rendered will help facilitate timely filing of claims. Changes in your information should be reported to our office in a timely manner. Your cooperation in keeping your account information current is greatly appreciated.

You may receive multiple bills for our services. If you are having a procedure at our Ambulatory Surgery Center, you will receive one (1) bill for the Physician (Professional) services and one (1) bill for the Ambulatory Surgery Center (Facility) fee. Your benefits for each of these may be different, so please check with your insurance carrier to understand your benefits. Patient payments can be applied to outstanding balances for professional services or for the facility fees, as determined by the organization.

Co-Payments, Co-Insurance & Deductibles:

All co-pays, co-insurance and deductibles are due at the time of service.

Co-Payments are a flat fee paid each time a medical service is accessed and must be paid before any policy benefit is payable by an insurance company.

Co-Insurance is a percentage of the allowed charge that the patient pays after the deductible has been satisfied.

Deductibles are amounts which must be paid out of pocket before an insurance carrier will pay any expenses. The deductible must be paid by the patient before the benefits of the insurance policy can apply.