Insurance We Accept

Insurance Networks Accepted at MedSpring

MedSpring accepts most major insurance plans as well as offers competitive self pay rates for those wishing to pay without insurance. Select your city below to see which insurances are accepted.

Important Note: If you plan to use health insurance to pay for your visit, you will need to bring a valid ID and proof-of-insurance.

  • Advocate HMO Network
  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) PPO/POS
  • Cigna(1)
  • Humana
  • Hooray Health
  • Medicare
  • Multiplan(2)
  • Tricare Standard
  • USAMCO (USA Managed Care Organization)

Out of area HMOs require PCP referral
1 Bravo and HealthSpring are not accepted
2 Does not include PHCS products

MedSpring Urgent Care accepts most major health insurances and does its best to validate your coverage and payment amount with your insurance carrier based on your stated reason for visiting. Once you have been seen by a provider, the actual amount due may differ based on the outcome of your visit.

Your health insurance provider is the most qualified to speak with you regarding your individual coverage, urgent care co-pay, co-insurance or deductibles pertaining to your urgent care visit. You can find the number on your health insurance card or at your insurance provider website.

If you need to visit us and your insurance is not one that we currently accept -- our in-center associates can provide you with a detailed receipt that you may be able to submit to your insurance for reimbursement. Be sure to check in with your insurance carrier in advance of your visit to confirm.

Note that some insurance networks have a specific urgent care co-pay rate. In some cases, an insurance provider may have preferred in-network and out-of-network urgent care co-pays. If MedSpring is out-of-network with your insurance provider, your co-pay may be slightly higher than what is listed on your insurance card.

If you have questions regarding your individual insurance plan, please call your insurance provider. It is important to remember that in-network coverage is not a guarantee of payment. Should any outstanding charges remain after insurance coverage has been applied to services rendered, it is the responsibility of the patient to cover the remaining deductible and any other charges associated with that visit.