Your Medical Benefits Expire Soon: Use Them Or Lose Them

It’s that time of year again. If you have remaining medical benefits, schedule an appointment with our family care clinic right away. Otherwise, you lose them forever. If you have reached your deductible for the year, and still have benefits available, there is no time to waste. Don’t wait until 2019 to schedule your appointment. This means not only means losing your benefits, but having to reach next years deductible before any new benefits are paid.

CHOOSE AN IN-NETWORK PROVIDER FOR YOUR END OF YEAR MEDICAL BENEFITS

Choosing an in-network provider is an important part of utilizing your benefits in a cost-effective way. To learn what insurances are in network at our Houston family care clinic, give us a call. You can also check here on our website. Your benefits can be utilized for many different services, so if you have been holding out on receiving medical treatment in 2018, now is the time. If you have questions about what will be covered under your year-end benefits, speak with your insurance provider to verify your coverage and benefits.

SPREAD THE WORD TO FRIENDS AND FAMILY BEFORE THEIR MEDICAL BENEFITS EXPIRE

Even if you or your family are not in need of care before the end of 2018, it is still important to remind loved ones who may need care. Don’t let the people you love lose their health benefits this year. We encourage you to like and share this post with friends and family to remind them to receive the care they need before their deductibles reset.

GIVE OUR HOUSTON FAMILY CARE CLINIC A CALL TODAY

With the end of the year fast approaching, don’t wait to call and schedule your appointment. Our appointments are filling up fast, so give us a call today. We look forward to providing you and your loved ones with quality care this holiday season.

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