Accepted Insurances & Payment Options

Billing & Insurance

We participate with most local and many national insurance plans. However it is your responsibility to understand whether your insurance has limits on the doctors you can see, or the services you can receive.

If you provide complete and accurate information about your insurance, we will submit claims to your insurance carrier and receive payments for services. Depending on your insurance coverage, you may be responsible for co-payments, co-insurance, or other deductible amounts. If your insurance does not cover a claim you may be responsible for payment.

Please contact our billing office or call your insurance carrier should you have questions.

Kanan Medical is an IN-NETWORK provider with the majority of health insurance plans offered in Florida by commercial and government payers including but not limited to the following:

What if I don't have insurance?

We are committed to making healthcare accessible for everyone. If you do not have insurance please do not hesitate to make an appointment. Kanan Medical offers affordable self pay rates and a monthly membership that gives you access to unlimited office appointments and the same high quality health care insurance provides. We accept Master Card – Visa – Discover – American Express – Cash – Personal Check – Membership Plans

How does my health insurance deductible work?

Depending on the size of your deductible you may be financially responsible for your office visits until such time you have met (spent an amount equal to) your deductible amount. Generally, after a deductible is met the insurance will cover a much greater portion of your office visits if not entirely.

Can I use my health savings account card at Kanan Medical?

Absolutely! Health Savings Accounts are a great tax advantaged way to pay for healthcare costs associated with your deductibles or out of pocket expenses.

When do I have to pay my copay?

Deductible Balances, Co-insurance, & Copays are collected at the time of service. Our billing department is happy to review balances and make arrangements for hardships in certain circumstances.

How often can I have an annual physical covered at 100% by my insurance?

Major Health Insurance companies are required to provide at least one annual physical visit at no cost to the patient. As some plans are based on a calendar year and some on an annual date from the effective date, the eligibility for the physical can vary. Call our office for help figuring out if you are eligible to have another annual physical. Additionally, the insurance company will be able to tell you the last date and eligibility by calling the number on the back of your id card.

Kanan Medical

Serving Central Florida: Orange, Seminole, and Volusia Counties.

Altamonte MD

460 E. Altamonte Dr., Suite 2200 Altamonte Springs, FL 32701

*On the second floor of the Bank of America Building across from the Altamonte Mall


265 N Causeway New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169

Ocoee MD

801 Marshall Farms Rd, Ocoee, FL 34761

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