You can pay for your visit with most health insurance plans. Before scheduling a visit, please contact your insurance company and ask if ZoomCare is in-network with your specific provider. Here's how it works:
Check the list below to see if we accept your insurance
Bring your insurance card and photo ID to your visit
At checkout, we'll give you an estimate of what your insurance company will pay and what you'll owe
You will pay your portion before you leave
If your insurance paid less than we estimated, we'll notified you via email
If your insurance company isn’t able to verify your benefits, we’ll collect the total cost of your visit at checkin. Then, we'll send you a refund once we receive payment from your insurance company. (Typically 30 to 45 business days.)
A debit or credit card is required to make a reservation and payment.
Call your insurance company to determine how much they will cover for a ZoomCare visit. Most of our visits are billed as primary care, though some services—such as ZoomCare Specialists and ZoomCare Super Clinics—bill as specialist care.
ZoomCare is in-network for most insurance plans. Copay, Coinsurance, and/or Deductible is based on each individual insurance plan. Contact your insurance company for any questions about coverage.
Please note that ZoomCare does not accept Medicare, Medicare Advantage, Medicaid, or the Oregon Health Plan. We are unable to provide care if you are covered under any of these plans.
If you have TRICARE, we will be able to provide care but TRICARE will not cover the cost and you will be responsible for the full amount of the visit at checkout.
ZoomCare makes every attempt to verify a patient's insurance benefits prior to the beginning of their visit. If an insurance company cannot verify benefits, ZoomCare will collect the full amount of the visit at checkout and issue a refund if necessary.