Billing and Insurance

We accept most insurance plans. Please call in advance to see if we participate in your plan.

We understand that in difficult times it may be hard to pay an outstanding balance. We work with you by offering payment plans for no extra fee.

Please bring your most recent insurance card information to each visit. If your information is incorrect or old it may delay filing and you may be held responsible for payment. Our staff will assist you in acquiring the needed information.
Your co-payment is determined by your insurance and is required at the time of registration.

We accept cash, check, Visa, Mastercard, and Discover.

We do offer a flat fee for those with no insurance. Our rates are below the average rates in the area. Please call or discuss with our billing staff for details.

Telephone Calls

We are available to answer all phone calls between 8 AM and 5 PM. We will respond to all phone calls by the end of the day. We will call with all lab and imaging results as soon as they are completed. After hours, all questions are forwarded to pediatric nurses affiliated with Norton Children’s Hospital and they will contact Dr. Corba directly if needed.

Vaccination Policy

We strongly believe in the benefits and safety of vaccinations and encourage the child to follow the vaccination schedule as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Although the cases of certain infectious diseases such as bacterial meningitis, tetanus, measles, mumps, whooping cough, etc have declined tremendously over the past fifty years, they are still present. Young children are always at risk and can be severely affected by these diseases.

The media, especially the internet, has created a multitude of questions and concerns regarding vaccinations. We understand the concerns of many parents about the vaccinations despite extensive research regarding their safety. We take the time to discuss questions and any concerns you have regarding vaccinating your child. We then develop a plan to accommodate your concerns and at the same time protect them against these preventable diseases.