"Integris Health is pleased to join with MinuteClinic and provide an opportunity for individuals and families to acquire low-cost, convenient health care, and in many cases, help to avoid unnecessary trips to the hospital," said president and chief executive officer of Integris Health, Stan Hupfeld. "This alliance will provide a connection to our physicians and strengthen the overall health of our communities."
MinuteClinic is in-network with the following insurers for patients in the Oklahoma City area: Aetna, Assurant Health, Great-West Healthcare, Medicare and PBA (Preferred Benefit Administrators). MinuteClinic will accept as payment the office visit co-pay indicated on the patient's insurance card. By September 15, MinuteClinic will also be a participating provider with: Beech Street, CBSA, ChoiceCare Network (PPO) - Humana affiliate, CIGNA HealthCare, PPO, Humana (excluding HMO), ppoNext, and UnitedHealthcare. For patients covered by these insurers, MinuteClinic will accept the required health plan co-pay indicated on a patient's insurance card as payment. For patients paying cash or credit, treatment prices are posted outside each health care center. Most treatments cost $59.
"MinuteClinic offers customers convenient, high quality health care
services and is a natural extension of our mission to improve the lives of
those we serve by making innovative and high-quality health and pharmacy
services safe, affordable and easy to access," said Chris Bodine, executive
vice president of
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