At Metro-Miami OB/GYN Associates, we are always accepting new patients. We are happy to welcome you to our office. To save time, we are happy to provide our new patient forms ahead of time so that you can complete them prior to your appointment.

Remember to bring a list of medications you are currently taking as well as previous medical records you want us to have. Our mission is to provide quality care to our patients. For more information or to request an appointment, contact us today at (305) 653-4105.

Accepted Insurances

  • Aetna
  • Aetna Better Health
  • AvMed
  • BC/BS/Health Options
  • Beech Street
  • Better Health – Anthem Inc.
  • Bright Health
  • ChampUS
  • ChampVA
  • Cigna
  • Dimensions /Evolutions
  • GEHA
  • Global TPA
  • HealthPartners
  • Humana
  • John Alden
  • Mail Handlers
  • Medicaid of Florida
  • Medicare
  • Memorial Hospital Employer Plan
  • Molina
  • NHP/ United
  • Oscar Insurance
  • PHCS Network
  • Positive
  • Prestige Health
  • Principal Life Ins Co
  • Railroad Medicare
  • Secure Horizons (United Health)
  • Simply
  • Staywell
  • Sunshine State Hlth
  • United Health
  • United Health AARP
  • Wellcare

Our fees are determined based on the level of care you receive, the lab(s) ordered and/or procedure(s) performed. Not all visits or procedures are covered by your insurance. If your visits and procedures are covered, your insurance may not pay for the entire costs. You may have to pay a co-payment, deductible, or co-insurance. If you are unsure of your coverage, please contact your insurance carrier to obtain the detail of your policy and determine what is covered.

Common Insurance Terminology associated with patients’ payment responsibility:

Co-payment: A set deposit amount your insurance requires to pay for the office or ER visits. Your co-payment is expected at check-in.
Deductible: Amount you pay out-of-pocket every year before your insurance start to pay for your medical expenses.
Co-insurance: The rate at which your insurance split medical expenses after you have met your deductible. (Example - 90/10 – Insurance pay 90% of the cost and you pay 10%).
Maximum out of pocket: The most you would have to pay for medical expenses. Once you have paid that maximum amount, your insurance should pay in full.


If you do not have health insurance coverage, please speak with our billing staff regarding available discounts for our Self-Pay patients.