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We’re Moving to 100 E. Walton on June 1

As of June 1, 2017 Comprehensive Center for Women’s Medicine will no longer participate in any insurance plans, including Medicare and will be moving to a new location at 100 E. Walton, Suite 400W.

This will allow patients whom we were previously unable to see due to their type of insurance and our provider agreement restrictions to choose us as their providers.

We will not require patients to pay an upfront practice membership fee at this time.

Fees for all of our visits will be patient responsibility and will be collected at the time of service.

We will provide a receipt which patients will be able to send to their insurance company or use for reimbursement by their health savings account.

Our fee structure will be based on time and complexity of services rendered.

A new patient appointment will consist of a comprehensive evaluation lasting 60 to 90 minutes which will include review of in-depth online questionnaire and any outside records provided by the patient as well as a thorough history and physical examination.

Return visits will be scheduled for minimum of 30 minutes.

We are excited about this new model of practice which will allow us to provide our current patients with an ongoing high standard of care while also making it possible for many new patients to join Comprehensive Center for Women’s Medicine and partner with us as we facilitate their journey towards optimum health and wellness.

The staff at Comprehensive Center for Women’s Medicine looks forward to seeing you in our new location – 100 E. Walton, Suite 400W, Chicago, Illinois 60611. Our new location is one block north of Delaware and just west of Michigan Avenue. Our phone number will remain the same. Call for an appointment with Dr. Vesna Skul or Dr. Danuta Hoyer today!  Call 773.435.1150.

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