Co-payment for office visits is expected at the time service is rendered.
We do accept cash, checks and credit cards.

Our practice has an experienced  staff available to answer your questions.

Patients have the ultimate responsibility for payment.

Please be aware that some insurance companies pay the full amount for office visits while others have deductibles or percentage allowances.

For any billing questions please call our Medical Billing Service at (973) 275-1860.

Patients have the right to the following:

  • Quality care, delivered in a consistent nature with competence and compassion.
  • Services delivered in a timely manner that are appropriate to the patient’s needs.
  • Confidentiality in regard to medical and personal history, and individual medical records and information
  • Fever in infants and children
  • To be treated with dignity, respect and consideration
  • To be informed about personal health as it concerns medical conditions, diagnostic tests and treatment plans
  • To a second opinion
  • To involvement in decision-making concerning treatment
  • To refuse participation in research
  • To approve or refuse the release of information except when the release is required by law
  • To create Advance Directives which let providers and others know the person’s wishes concerning medical treatment
  • To assert complaints and grievances about the providers and the health care provided

Patients are responsible for the following:

  • To become informed about their insurance plan, including benefits available and necessary co-payments
  • To become knowledgeable of the system to access medical care.
  • To keep all scheduled appointments and to notify the provider in advance when unable to keep an appointment
  • To be on time for all appointments.
  • To follow all medically appropriate physician orders and prescriptions.
  • To treat all personnel with courtesy and respect.
  • To provide complete health status information for accurate diagnosis and treatment
  • To always call your provider before going to an urgent care facility.
When possible, to contact your provider before receiving emergency care. Otherwise, to notify your provider within 24-48 hours after receiving emergency care, or as soon as possible.