Patients are required to wear masks and practice physical distancing in our waiting rooms and offices. To learn more about what we are doing to keep you safe during in-office appointments, click here.

Insurance and Pricing

Your health insurance company works with providers to agree upon a rate for a variety of health care costs. Once providers have agreements with your health insurance company, they are considered in network.

Your in-network providers can include:

  • Primary care doctors, other practitioners such as certified diabetes educators, nurse practitioners, physical therapists, and specialists
  • Laboratories
  • Radiology and imaging centers
  • Hospitals
  • Pharmacies

Health care providers in your network receive full payment from your insurance company for the agreed-upon rate for your health care services. The rate your providers receive includes your insurer’s share of the cost as well as your share of the cost. Most patients pay their share of health care costs in a copayment, deductible, or coinsurance.

For example, if a visit with your primary care doctor costs $120 and your agreed-upon copay is $20, you will pay $20 at the time you visit your in-network doctor. Your insurance company will then pay the agreed-upon balance of $100.

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Telemedicine Now Available!

Summit Medical Group is making it easier than ever for patients to seek care while limiting exposure to COVID-19. Our telemedicine options include virtual video visits, telephone check-ins, and patient portal communication.

Call (908) 273-4300 to determine which type of telemedicine visit will meet your needs. Or Click here to learn more.