ECLI accepts most health insurance plans and our physicians, including our anesthesiologists and pathologists, are in-network participating providers with most major insurance companies. If you have questions about whether ECLI accepts your insurance, please call your insurance carrier or call our office at (516) 227-ECLI (3254). If you would like to contact us by mail, our office address is 711 Stewart Avenue, Garden City, New York 11530.
ECLI currently participates in the following insurance plans:
- AgeWell New York
- Blue Cross Blue Shield, (excluding PREFIX JLJ id#s) ($220.00 FOR GHI/BCBS CBP PLAN ONLY)
- Elderplan (Medicare Plan)
- Emblem GHI/HIP Healthcare
- Empire United Healthcare (NYSHIP) ($75.00 COPAY)
- Healthcare Partners
- Liberty Health
- Local 1199
- Partners Health
- Railroad Medicare
- Senior Whole Health
- United HealthCare (excluding plan that states Regional PPO Plan on bottom right corner of card)
- US Family
- World Trade Center Health Plan
- ***ALL INSURANCES ARE SUBJECT TO PATIENTS DEDUCTIBLES AND COINSURANCE BASED ON PROCEDURES DONE IN AN AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTER***
ECLI does not participate in the following insurance plans:
- Affinity Health Plan
- Atlantic Health Plan
- Blue Cross Blue Shield with prefix JLJ
- Centerlight (Medicare Plan)
- First Health
- Oxford Compass
- UHC Regional
- UHC Community Plan
For any Out of Network insurance plans please refer to No Surprise Billing Act.
ECLI staff will bill your insurance company for your services. Our fee includes the use of the facility, procedure and recovery rooms, nursing services and routine medications and supplies. You may receive separate bills for our in-network anesthesia and pathology services, as well as for your physician’s services.
In order to ensure that our patients understand their financial responsibility and our payment policies, we ask that you take a minute to read the following and discuss any questions you may have with our billing representative.
- All co-payments and deductibles will be billed as required by the contract among the patient, the insurer and ECLI
- Some insurers require precertification, preauthorization or a written referral
- If you are having financial difficulty or have any questions, please contact ECLI to discuss your account