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We accept a wide range of health plans. We encourage you to touch base with your insurance plan about coverage for your care with a Premier Women’s Health of Minnesota provider.

You can provide them with our National Provider ID (NPI) 1801946223 to verify if we are in your network.

Please be sure to bring your insurance information or a form of payment to your appointment. Co-pays and deductibles are determined by your insurance plan and are due at the time of service.

Insurances we accept:
  • MN-Aetna
  • MN-Americas PPO
  • MN-BCBS of MN
  • MN-Cigna
  • MN-HealthPartners/Cigna
  • MN-Hennepin Health
  • MN-Humana
  • MN-Medica
  • MN-Medicaid
  • MN-Medicare
  • MN-Multiplan
  • MN-PreferredOne
  • MN-Railroad Medicare
  • MN-Tricare
  • MN-Ucare
  • MN-UHC

Online Bill Pay

We accept payments online. Pay your bill from the privacy of your own home at a time convenient for you.

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Business Office Contact Information

If you have a question about payment or any other billing inquiries, please call the business office at 651-461-8866.

Our address:

Unified Women’s Health
10900 Wayzata Blvd
Suite 640
Minnetonka, MN 55305

Service Pricing Transparency

The State of Minnesota requires our practice to post provider charges for common services, and the average payments or reimbursements received for those services from government and commercial insurance.

Premier Billing & Price List for OB Care

Infertility Price List

Panorama Price List – OBGYN West Only

Coding for Services

All healthcare providers bill services using CPT billing codes. These codes tell the insurance company what was done and why. Routine and preventive services cause confusion for many patients. It is not uncommon for patients in the course of a visit to receive both treatment for a problem and a preventive service. When this occurs, we are required to charge for both services.

Lab Services

The majority of our lab services are processed and billed by a reference lab. The reference lab is not owned by Premier Women’s Health of Minnesota and will send a separate bill.