Questions & Answers

What should I expect during my first visit?

The best and only way to find out which treatment is right for you, is to consult our doctors who will listen to your needs, examine you and provide you with educated advice. They will also tell you what you need to know about the treatment you are interested in, or recommend another to meet your needs and goals.

Are my medical records kept private and confidential?

Your medical record is handled with the utmost respect for your privacy. Our staff is bound by strict confidentiality requirements as a condition of employment with regard to your medical record. The staff at OBGYN Medical Center adheres strictly to HIPPA Protected Healthcare Information (PHI) guidelines.

The staff at OBGYN Medical Center will not release your medical record without your prior written consent.

Do I have to pay a fee to have my medical record released?

Information on our current fee structure is available from our office.

Will my insurance cover my visit?

Please contact our Patient Financial Specialists (PFS) at 713-512-7000 or 713-512-7500 and they will be happy to assist you

What are your acceptable means of payment?

Bank check, personal check, cash, credit cards (MasterCard, VISA) and HSA/FSA debit cards are all acceptable means of payment. For added convenience, we also have online bill payment.

If I need surgery, what other costs, besides my doctor, will I incur?

  • Assistant surgeon
  • Anesthesiology
  • Hospital
  • Ancillary charge (laboratory & pathology, pharmacy, etc.)

Our office can advise you on all matters relating to the financial costs of the other people involved in your care.

For your convenience, OBGYN Medical Center has a team of Patient Financial Specialists to assist you with any insurance questions and will provide financial options.