PARTICIPATING INSURANCES

The following list of participating insurance companies is constantly changing. If you don’t see your insurance listed, we encourage you to contact your insurance provider directly.
Aetna
Alliance
Blue Shield
Cigna
Cofinity
Community Health Plans of the Rockies
First Health
Medicare
Multiplan
One Health Plan of Colorado
PacifiCare
PHCS
Railroad Medicare
Rocky Mountain HMO
United Healthcare
Most Workers’ Compensation Carriers

Our physicians perform surgery at the following locations:
Rose Medical Center
4567 E. 9th Ave., Denver, CO 80220

Rose Surgical Center
4700 East Hale Parkway, Suite #200, Denver, CO 80220

Mile High Surgery Center
5351 S. Roslyn St, Suite 300, Greenwood Village, CO 80111

Hampden Surgery Center
4380 S. Syracuse St., Denver, CO 80237

Your insurance is your responsibility

Your insurance is your responsibility. To help us help you, please do the following:

Make sure to bring all of your insurance information , including your identification card. We cannot bill your insurance without this information.
Your insurance company requires you to obtain a referral to see one of our Doctors. It is your responsibility to call your insurance company to find out what their requirements are, and have your Primary Care Physician provide a valid referral authorization number.
Be prepared to pay your Co-Pay, as required by your insurance company, at the time of service.

A Note About Insurance

We are not a party to the contract between you and your insurance company — only your insurance company, or your employer’s Human Resources department, can answer questions regarding your benefits. Please be aware that some services provided may be “noncovered”, or may not be considered reasonable and necessary by your insurance company. We suggest that you review your policy in full so that you understand what services will be covered by insurance, and what you may be responsible for.

A Note About Referral Authorization

Do you have a valid authorization number from your primary care physician?

Most insurance companies require a valid referral at the time of service – that means at your very first appointment. It is your responsibility to obtain this before you come in.

If you do not have a valid authorization number, your insurance company will not pay for your visit. Referrals are not given retroactively. Because of this, we must comply with the following insurance requirements:

Your referral must be brought to your first visit.
Only you can obtain a referral from a primary care physician (PCP).
We cannot bill your insurance company if you do not have a valid referral at the time of your visit, and will have to reschedule your visit.
Verbal confirmation of a referral from your PCP’s office is not acceptable. We need a hard copy of the referral. Your PCP can fax the referral to our office at 303-321-8814.
Patients without a referral, or without adequate insurance information, may be seen on a fee-for-service basis. Payment must be made at the time of your visit.
Co-payments must be paid at the time of service.