Individual, Family, or Employer-Sponsored Health Plans

Commonly accepted Commercial Insurances:

Aetna Insurance Logo
United Healthcare Insurance Logo
Cigna Health Insurance Logo
United Healthcare Insurance Logo
FirstHealth Insurance Logo
Cigna Health Insurance Logo
Beacon Logo
United Healthcare Insurance Logo
Denver Medical Health Plan Insurance Logo
Anthem logo
Carelon logo

A current list of their commercial insurances and their subsidiaries:

  • United Behavioral Health (also called United; United Healthcare; UBH; UHC; Optum) - includes UMR; All Savers; Golden Rule; Oxford
  • Cigna (now known as Evernorth)
  • Aetna (includes Meritain Health; GEHA; Denver Health Medical Plan, commerical; and First Health Network)
  • Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield (now called Elevance, also called BCBS, includes the Federal Employee Program - FEP)
  • Beacon Health Options/HMO (now known as Carelon)
  • Kaiser Permanente - see Kaiser page
  • Private/commercial Medicare - see Medicare page

Our providers take a variety of insurances. Many will be contracted to take most, if not all, major private/commercial insurance plans. However, since it takes time to get providers contracted, care should be taken when scheduling an appointment so clients can be assured the provider they choose takes their specific plan.

The best way to find out if a provider takes your plan is to call the customer service number on the back of your insurance card and give them the name of the provider you would like to see. You may also search the insurance website but information is not always accurate or up to date so it is best to call them.

Using these methods, as well as confirming with the provider themselves or our Office Manager, would be most helpful. Also, always confirm the service address with the provider, our Office Manager, or on this website, as address updates are not always accurate or updated in a timely fashion with the insurance company.

Please note it is the client's responsibility to make sure the provider they choose is in-network and that they know their benefits and their financial obligations before setting the first appointment.