Insurances Accepted

Katz Pediatrics has contracted with the following insurances.  If you do not see your plan, please call and ask.  We are willing to add new insurances as needed. See below for information obtaining health insurance for your child. Call the office if you need help signing up for a plan or have questions about the best insurance for your family!

 

Aetna

Blue Cross Blue Shield and Blue Options

Childrens Medical Services/CMS Title 19 and Title 21

Cigna 

Healthease Healthy Kids of Martin County  

Humana: as of September 1, 2018 we will no longer accept this insurance

Humana - Medicaid :  as of September 1, 2018 we will no longer accept this insurance

Medicaid

Meritain

Multiplan

Self pay/ Uninsured : Katz Kids discount plan

Staywell Healthy Kids/ Wellcare Healthy Kids

Sunshine State 

Sunshine Healthy Kids

Tricare 

United Healthcare

United Healthcare Healthy kids 

 

 

 

Information About How to Obtain Insurance For Your Child

 

  1.  Medicaid is a government-funded healthcare insurance program that provides lower income individuals and families with the ability to receive quality healthcare. It is a program that is monitored by each state; therefore, the details about Medicaid differ from state to state.  You can apply on line. https://medicaid-help.org/  or call 866-762-2237 
  2. Florida Healthy Kids.  Florida Healthy Kids offers health and dental insurance for children ages 5 through 18. The Corporation is one of four Florida KidCare partners and is run by a Board of Directors that includes doctors, a dentist, hospital representatives, advocates, and state agency representatives.

    The mission for the Florida Healthy Kids Corporation is to ensure the availability of child-centered health plans that provide comprehensive, quality healthcare services. Healthy Kids coverage includes doctor visits, immunizations, dental care, emergency care, hospital stays and much more. Most families pay just $15 or $20. Full-pay options also are available, making every Florida child ages 5 through 18 eligible. https://www.healthykids.org/