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Billing & Insurance

OhioHealth Heart & Vascular physicians are providers for most of central Ohio’s major health insurance plans.  

Before your heart and vascular appointment, it's important to verify that OhioHealth and our physicians are in-network with your insurance plan.


Please bring your current insurance card and your co-payment with you to your appointment.
For your convenience, our offices accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover, personal checks and cash as payment.


We are happy to submit a claim to your insurance carrier for your services.

Financial Assistance/Charity Care

As part of OhioHealth, OhioHealth Heart & Vascular Physicians is pleased to offer charity care and financial assistance to patients with limited resources and inadequate medical insurance coverage.

The OhioHealth Financial Assistance/Charity program offers a discount on a sliding scale based upon income and family size from one to 400 percent of the Federal Poverty Guidelines (a sliding scale discount). We also provide care for patients without health insurance at a 35 percent discount. Payment is due at the time of service.

Billing Information

Patients must pay co-payments at the time of their visit to OhioHealth Heart & Vascular Physicians. Patients are responsible to pay any amounts, such as deductibles, co-payments and co-insurance that your insurance company designates as your responsibility. The charge for the physician's professional fee will come under the name "Grant/Riverside Medical Care Foundation".

For billing support or additional questions, call OhioHealth Patient Accounts Customer Service: (614) 544.6366 or (800) 837.2455 (Toll-Free)

Technical (Hospital) Billing Information

The following testing can be performed in our offices for your convenience; however, the billing for these heart and vascular services will be billed by an OhioHealth hospital, such as Riverside Methodist Hospital, Doctors Hospital or Marion General Hospital.

  • Cardiac Imaging
  • Peripheral Imaging (certain procedures under Peripheral Vascular Disease)

The OhioHealth hospital will file your claim with your health insurance provider and bill you for any remaining charges.

This hospital bill for cardiac imaging or peripheral imaging will be separate from the bill you receive for our physician services associated with these same tests.