Insurance & Billing Help

Insurance Options

We work with patients every day to help them receive the treatment they need regardless of their situation. Our priority is to help you heal.

We welcome the chance to discuss different ways we can help you to get the care you want.

Insurance

We accept health insurance from most major carriers. (For those of you who’ve known us for a long time, this is an important change we made a few years ago.) We can help you check your benefits so you’re clear about what your insurance requires and covers.

We can see you even without insurance.  Call us to discuss options that are available to you.

We currently accept insurance from these companies:

  • Aetna - Excluding Trinity
  • Anthem - Excluding ID’s beginning with YRA, YRE, YRS, JWR, & JWS
  • BWC
  • Cigna
  • Department of Labor
  • Medical Mutual
  • Medicare
  • OSU Student Health
  • United Health Care - Excluding Medicare Replacement Plans & Managed Medicaid Plans

 

All our doctors are approved to provide medical care to injured workers by the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation. We’re familiar with the system, and we’ll help you with your case so you can get back to work. Be sure to let the Bureau know that you’ve chosen Hand and Microsurgery Associates to take care of your injury.

Hospital affiliations

Our doctors maintain a presence in two hospitals in the Columbus area – Riverside Methodist Hospital and Dublin Methodist Hospital. All of our major surgeries are performed at Riverside.

Our doctors are happy to be your physician at Riverside Methodist Hospital or Dublin Methodist Hospital where they have privileges. Simply request a Hand and Microsurgery physician.

Don’t hesitate to call us at 614-262-4263 (HAND) with any question about workers’ compensation, insurance, or any medical needs related to your care.

Medical Education>
Closely Connected to the Emergency Medical Community

We’ve helped train hundreds of local emergency medical technicians and paramedics on how to transport an amputation. Therefore, the patient has the best opportunity for recovery. The result: We’re able to do more to help patients when we meet them at the hospital, because they’re appropriately cared for at the injury site.
Learn more about our work with medical professionals >

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Snowblower Safety
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Dr. Cook discusses snowblower safety and emergency care for an injury.

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Non-Surgical Treatment for Carpal Tunnel

“I have always worked with my hands, mostly with hand tools but occasionally with power saws. As an artist, designer, and craftsman, I took care not to lose parts of my hands. So I was shocked when symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome started to appear last year – first in one wrist, then the other. Thanks to Dr. Nappi’s expertly placed injection, my hands were restored to their former usefulness.”

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