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  • What is an Endocrinologist?
    An endocrinologist is a physician who went through 4 years of medical school, 3 years of Internal Medicine training, and an extra 2 years of Endocrinology training. They manage multiple medical conditions, such as diabetes, thyroid disorders, adrenal disorders, pituitary disorders, osteoporosis, and others.
  • Is ENDOCRINE AND DIABETES Consultants of Central Florida the same as Concierge Medicine?
    No. In concierge medicine, patients pay a large retainer fee every year and, in addition to this, your insurance is billed for any services provided. Here we do not bill your insurance. You either pay a membership fee or a fee-for-service option.
  • Why choose us?
    • A much smaller patient panel allows for more time spent with your physician. • Quicker communication with your medical team. • Prompt Appointments/Scheduling. • In-depth, unrushed visits with your doctor. • No copays. • No unexpected bills. • Less wait times.
  • How does the membership work?
    Memberships are paid quarterly or annually. There is a minimum of a 3-month commitment. For cancellations, we request you give us 30 days' notice prior to your next quarterly payment so you do not get charged for the next quarter.
  • Do you accept insurance?
    No, we do not accept insurance. We do encourage our patients to have insurance for other medical costs, such as prescriptions, imaging tests, blood tests, and for other doctors’ appointments.
  • Do I need insurance to get seen?
    No, you do not need insurance to see us. However, we encourage patients to have insurance for other medical costs, such as prescriptions, diagnostic imaging tests, blood tests, and for other doctors’ appointments.
  • Can I use my insurance for prescriptions, blood tests and imaging tests?
    Yes. As part of our care, we provide orders for prescriptions, imaging, and blood tests that will be done at a facility approved by your insurance. For our members, we provide some discounted labs and imaging studies that do not require insurance.
  • Do you accept HSA payments?
    HSA accounts may vary, and we recommend you check with your HSA company to determine if services will be covered.
  • Do I need a primary doctor?
    Yes. We strongly recommend you have a primary doctor. We do not offer primary care services.
  • Do you take Medicare?
    Currently, we are accepting a limited number of Medicare patients. We are considered non-participant Medicare providers. You would pay 15% over Medicare recommended prices. Medicare will reimburse you for the services, except for the additional 15%. For example, if your visit is $150 per Medicare, you would pay a total of $172.50. Medicare may reimburse you for the $150 but you will be responsible for the extra $22.50. For more information, please visit
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