Can my doctor complete the DMV form for a handicap pass?
Yes, please print and complete this form and bring with you to your appointment: http://apps.dmv.ca.gov/forms/reg/reg195.pdf
Can my doctor complete the physician form for assisted living and board & care homes?
Yes, please print and complete this form and bring with you to your appointment: http://www.cdss.ca.gov/cdssweb/entres/forms/english/lic602a.pdf
What if I am not a ‘senior’? Will you still see me?
Yes! We see all adults older than 18. Our doctors are trained in family medicine and internal medicine. We are experts in caring for ALL adult patients.
What insurances do you accept?
We accept most insurance including: Medicare, most PPO’s, and Monarch HMO plans. Please call us to find out if we accept your insurance.
Do your doctors do home visits?
Some of our doctors do home visits in the local community, including assisted livings, nursing homes and private homes. We understand that some people are unable to safely get out of their homes, and we do our best to accommodate the needs of our sickest patients.
If I don’t have insurance, do you accept cash payments?
Some of our doctors accept cash payments in lieu of insurance. Please call our office for details.
What are ‘flex spending accounts’?
You can use tax-free Flex Spending Accounts to get reimbursed for eligible medical expenses. A Flexible Spending Account or (FSA), (also called Flex Plan, Reimbursement Account, Cafeteria Plan, Flex 125, Tax Saving Plan, Medical Spending Account), is an employer-sponsored benefit that allows employees to pay for eligible medical expenses using pre-tax dollars. If employees expect to incur medical expenses that won’t be reimbursed by their health insurance plan, a Flexible Spending Account is a good option for them.