Partners in Reproductive Health provides insurance coverage from the most popular insurance plans in Illinois, Indiana and ACA/ObamaCare plans.
We will verify your benefits and try to maximize your insurance benefits, but unfortunately, not every insurance policy covers all fertility tests, procedures, or medications. We accept personal checks, MasterCard Visa Discover and cash. We offer financing through LendingClub Patient Solutions and Prosper Healthcare Lending.
Our prices for patients without insurance coverage for fertility treatments and IVF are some of the lowest in the Chicago area, whether for artificial insemination or In Vitro Fertilization. We have discounted package pricing for clomid cycles, gonadotropins cycles, artificial insemination, IVF and donor cycles. Please call our office for details. All services are provided in the Tinley Park office, and most services are provided in the Munster office.
Dr. Seth Levrant is a member of Advocate Physician Partners (Illinois) and Community Healthcare Partners (Indiana).
Some of the insurance plans we accept include:
- Aetna HMO, POS, PPO
- Anthem (Illinois) PPO
- Beech Street/CAPP Care
- Blue Advantage HMO
- Blue Cross Blue Shield HMO, PPO
- Cigna HMO, POS, PPO
- First Health
- Health Marketing, Inc.
- Health Star
- HMOI (WinFertility)
- Humana, PPO
- Preferred Health Network
- Preferred Plan
- United Health Care HMO, POS, PPO
- WinFertility (HMOI and Cigna plans)
- Several other PPO plans are accepted or we will not bill you the difference between in and out of network fee schedule*. You are still responsible for paying your copays, co -insurance and deductibles. * prior approval required.
Indiana Insurance Plans
Indiana based insurance plans often do not cover infertility treatment. Sometimes diagnostic tests are covered. When we are not in network we can work with your gynecologist to have most of the insurance covered diagnostic tests done by them. Once you start treatment, if it isn’t covered by your insurance, you are paying out of pocket whether you see a provider in your network or a doctor not in your network. You could save a little money seeing an in network provider during the diagnostic tests and wind up paying a lot more later by staying with the “in network” provider.