Payment Options in Our Practice
We continuously strive to provide our patients with the quality eye care they expect and deserve. Therefore, we appreciate that payment is received for all office services at the time they are rendered. Our financial counselors will be happy to guide and assist you in various methods of payment.
The doctors and staff at Frantz EyeCare believe that financial considerations should not be an obstacle to obtaining your desired procedure. Because we know that different patients have different needs, we provide the following payment options:
- Flexible Monthly Payment Plan – As a service to our patients, we are pleased to offer a full range of payment plans to meet every financing need. You may apply online at Care Credit or call our office for more details.
- Cash or Check – Our practice accepts cash, money orders and certified checks. We also accept personal or business checks under $500.
- Credit Cards – We accept all major credit cards, including Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
- Company Flex Plan – Your company may offer a medical spending account, which allows you to set aside pre-tax dollar.; to pay for your medical expenses. Please contact your employer for more details.
- Insurance Coverage – Our practice participates in Medicare and most insurance and vision plans. We will be happy to assist you in determining whether your insurance company will cover your procedure.
Please feel free to contact our billing department at 239-418-0262 or toll free 800-581-0999 to discuss any of the options listed above.
CareCredit healthcare credit card for better vision
There is an easier way to pay for your vision care including LASIK. We’re pleased to accept the CareCredit credit card, North America’s leading patient healthcare financing program. CareCredit lets you begin your procedure immediately — then pay for it over time with monthly payments that fit easily into your monthly budget. Whether you’re considering LASIK, need cataract surgery, or it’s simply time for new glasses or contacts, CareCredit can help you see clearer, sooner.
Your healthcare credit card
CareCredit is the credit card exclusively designed for healthcare services. CareCredit offers special financing on purchase of $200 or more* for healthcare procedures not commonly covered by insurance, including LASIK and Premium-IOLs. Why put off improving your vision tomorrow, when you can see clearer today?
*Subject to credit approval. Minimum monthly payments required. Visit www.carecredit.com for details.
2017 Florida Statutes
REGULATION OF PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS Chapter 456
HEALTH PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS: GENERAL PROVISIONS View Entire Chapter 456.062 Advertisement by a health care practitioner of free or discounted services; required statement.—In any advertisement for a free, discounted fee, or reduced fee service, examination, or treatment by a health care practitioner licensed under chapter 458, chapter 459, chapter 460, chapter 461, chapter 462, chapter 463, chapter 464, chapter 465, chapter 466, chapter 467, chapter 478, chapter 483, part I of chapter 484, chapter 486, chapter 490, or chapter 491, the following statement shall appear in capital letters clearly distinguishable from the rest of the text: THE PATIENT AND ANY OTHER PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYMENT HAS A RIGHT TO REFUSE TO PAY, CANCEL PAYMENT, OR BE REIMBURSED FOR PAYMENT FOR ANY OTHER SERVICE, EXAMINATION, OR TREATMENT THAT IS PERFORMED AS A RESULT OF AND WITHIN 72 HOURS OF RESPONDING TO THE ADVERTISEMENT FOR THE FREE, DISCOUNTED FEE, OR REDUCED FEE SERVICE, EXAMINATION, OR TREATMENT. However, the required statement shall not be necessary as an accompaniment to an advertisement of a licensed health care practitioner defined by this section if the advertisement appears in a classified directory the primary purpose of which is to provide products and services at free, reduced, or discounted prices to consumers and in which the statement prominently appears in at least one place.
History.—s. 81, ch. 97-261; s. 85, ch. 99-397; s. 82, ch. 2000-160; s. 1, ch. 2006-215.
Note.—Former s. 455.664.