Summitortho Bill Pay

At Summit Ortho, we understand that investing in your health is important. That’s why we offer a variety of options to make sure our patients can choose the best payment plan for their specific needs. Our dedicated Bill Pay team is available to answer any questions you may have and provide you with the information you need to make the best decision. In this blog post, we’ll be discussing the different payment plans available at Summit Ortho, as well as the various tools and resources offered to make your bill pay process as convenient and straightforward as possible. From online payment portals to payment plans with flexible payment options, we have the resources you need to ensure you have access to the quality medical care you deserve. Ready to learn more about how Summit Ortho can help make your medical expenses easier to manage? Keep reading.

To make a payment, you may use this official links below:

Online Bill Pay

Online Bill Pay. Whether you are paying by check or credit card, we have the resources you need to ensure that your payment is properly credited.

Billing & Insurance FAQ

For bills received in the mail please make your payment within 30 days. You can send it via mail using the enclosed envelope, make your payment online, or call

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Do you take my insurance?

Summit Orthopedics works with many insurance plans. The specifics of your plan determine whether or how your claim will be reimbursed. For information on your specific benefits, consult your plan’s benefit manual, your insurer’s website, or call the number on the back of your insurance card.

What is a payer?

The payer is your insurance company. It most likely refers to your health insurance company, but depending on your circumstance, it could also be an insurance policy for a car or for workers’ compensation.

Why did I get a bill?

When insurance companies reimburse Summit Orthopedics, they typically note that the patient is responsible for a portion of the total cost as a copayment, coinsurance, and/or deductible. When Summit Orthopedics receives such an adjudication from an insurer, we send a statement and transfer the remaining amount to the patient.

What does it mean when it says “transfer to patient” on my bill?

The sum your insurer has stated you are responsible for in terms of your copayment, coinsurance, and/or deductible is referred to as “transfer to patient.” We advise getting in touch with your insurance provider by calling the number on the back of your insurance card if you are concerned that the amount is incorrect. Call us at 651-968-5050 if you have any additional questions, and we’ll go over the balances with you.

Why isn’t my statement reflecting the payment I sent?

We appreciate your payment, but it’s possible that due to processing delays, the statement was generated on or about the same day as your payment. To verify that your payment has been received and applied to your account, please call us at 651-968-5050.

When is my payment due?

When you arrive for your appointment, co-payments will be collected and are due immediately.

It is possible to request a deposit from patients who have appointments for surgical services or other procedures based on the anticipated cost. A Patient Financial Services representative may contact you by phone or mail, as appropriate. The Patient Financial Services representative assigned to you will collaborate with you to determine a deposit amount that fits within your financial constraints.

Please pay any bills you receive in the mail within 30 days. You can send it by mail using the enclosed envelope, pay online, or pay by phone by calling us at (651) 968-5050.

What forms of payment does Summit Orthopedics accept?

Checks, money orders, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express are all acceptable forms of payment. Unfortunately, none of our locations can accept cash payments.

Do you offer a discount for prompt payment?

Unfortunately, Summit Orthopedics is unable to provide a discount for on-time payments.

Can I set up a payment plan because my balance is too high for me to pay in full at once?

Yes, Summit Orthopedics will cooperate with you to establish a payment strategy without interest or additional fees.

Enter your payment plan request on our secure third-party website by clicking here. You can also get in touch with us by phone or email to arrange for these things.

Visit this page to read the notice describing “Your Rights and Protections Against Surprise Medical Bills.” Amharic, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hmong, Karen, Khmer, Korean, Lao, Russian, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, and Vietnamese are additional languages in which information is available.

If the answer to your query is not provided here, please contact us. Email us at [email protected] com or call (651) 968-5050 to get in touch with a member of our staff.

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