Dr. Gorrelick is unable to accept new Medicare patients. For all other insurance providers, she is considered out-of-network.
As, a courtesy, Dr. Gorrelick’s office may submit your claim with documentation of payment to your insurance carrier. However, the office assumes no responsibility for submitting this paperwork, making certain that it has been received by your insurance company, or following up on payment that your insurance company may owe you.
For self-pay patients, payment is due at the time services are rendered. Credit card information will be collected prior to your appointment and securely stored on file for future appointments.
Dr. Gorrelick’s office submits your bill directly to Medicare. Our office will send you a bill for any expenses not covered by Medicare.
Do you participate with Medicare Advantage? Or any Medicare program that I have set-up through an insurance company?
We do not participate with programs that patients have purchased through an insurance company. Aetna and United HealthCare are two of the most common companies who provide this service. It is your responsibility to make certain that you do not have this form of Medicare.
No, we will submit, and Medicare will automatically transfer this bill to your supplemental or secondary insurance. It is your responsibility to make certain that Medicare has your secondary insurance(s) on file.
All costs are the same for virtual and in person appointments
Eating Disorder patient appointments:
New Patients (those never seen before or last seen over 5 years ago): $350
Second appointment: $250
Follow-ups: $120-250 (most often $180)
Routine patient appointments:
- New Patients (those never seen before or last seen over 5 years ago): $350
- Established Patients: $120-250 (most often $180)