$265 7AM to 9PM and up depending on complexity.
$360 9PM to 7AM 

Additional charges may apply for medications, procedures, supplies, lab testing, prolonged service and excess travel times (see FAQ for more information regarding our travel charges).
Cancellation Fee – 100% of the consultation cost
(A “cancellation fee” will be applied to all appointments cancelled within 24 hours of the appointment request.)
No Show Fee – 100% of the cost of your visit
(A “no show fee” is when you have a doctor visit scheduled and you are not there when the doctor is en route to your scheduled house call; or is at your house call location and, for whatever reason, the house call does not occur.)

Call anytime for advance fee estimate
Cash, debit, or credit card, including Visa, MC, Discover, JCB accepted. No checks-sorry.

Insurance Billing & Reimbursement
We accept most travel insurance plans

For patients with domestic PPO & HMO insurance policies, we are fee for service, which means that we require payment at the time of service via cash or credit card.

Many medical Insurance providers DO reimburse for our services
PPO’s reimburse up to ~80%. we are considered out-of-network for all providers
Non-local HMO’s up to 100%
We provide an accurate coded superbill which patients may themselves submit to their insurance company for direct reimbursement.

Reimbursement will be at the out-of-network payor rate and will cover approved charges which are determined by each insurance provider. Usually, reimbursement will be possible only after the annual deductible has been met.
Medicare Beneficiaries – Unfortunately, at this point in time our services are not reimbursable by Medicare or Supplemental insurance providers.

Medi-Cal, Medicaid and Worker’s Compensation not accepted.

Tax Deductible
Health Savings Accounts (HSA) and Flexible Savings Accounts (FLEX) may be used.
(please consult with your tax advisor for current rules)


Contact our local doctors in Chicago, Illinois, at (312) 929-4492 for in-home medical
services that allow you to have peace of mind about treating an illness or injury.