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Does MPS accept Medicare?
Yes, we accept Medicare. We also accept many private insurance plans and self-pay.
Does my insurance cover house calls?
Yes, most insurance plans cover house calls. To be certain, we will verify coverage with your insurance company before your first appointment.
Is my caregiver covered by MPS’s services, too?
If your primary caregiver has Medicare as primary insurance, then he or she is also eligible for MPS’s services.
Do MPS providers see patients in hospitals or rehab facilities?
MPS does not provide services at hospitals or rehab centers. The professionals at those facilities provide care during your stay, and we obtain your records upon discharge.
Do MPS physicians see patients in an office?
Our providers only see patients in their homes, including assisted and independent living facilities.
Do MPS providers see patients at night or on weekends?
Our providers see patients Monday through Friday only, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. After hours and on weekends, our on-call provider is available to provide telephone triage for our patients. To speak with the on-call provider outside of regular practice hours, call (727) 232-0644 or (855) 232-0644 (toll-free).
Yes, using HEALOW or MPSnow.com, you or your caregiver may access your medical chart summary, request a prescription refill, send a message to staff, obtain test results, and schedule an appointment.
How can I communicate with my healthcare provider or my care coordinator?
To communicate with members of your care team, you may call our office and leave a message for your provider. Our phone number is (727) 232-0644 or (855) 232-0644 (toll-free). You may also use HEALOW or MPSnow.com to email your provider directly.
Notice of Privacy Practices
This notice describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information. Notice of Privacy Practices