Denver Doctor - FAQ
Who are our patients?
Our patients come from not only the Denver metro area and other Colorado communities, but from throughout the US and overseas. Patients visit us specifically for our comprehensive health evaluations.
Some of our patients do not have health insurance. Many are members of large HMOs but choose to come to us when they want a second opinion or a specific health concern addressed. Some simply come because of the high quality of care Dr. Singer strives to provide.
Where is your office? Where will I park?
Our office is on East Prentice Avenue in Greenwood Village, a few blocks east of the intersection of Bellview and I-25. You can get exact directions and maps here.
Free parking is plentiful in our own parking lot. Our office is also wheelchair accessible.
How long will I wait?
We schedule our appointments realistically, and the average waiting room time is 5-10 minutes. Unless an in-office emergency has arisen, you will not grow old in our waiting room.
If you are a parent, please note: Dr. Singer is a parent, too. If your child is sick and needs us, Dr. Singer will make every effort to see him or her promptly.
What will my visit be like?
Our history forms are kept as simple as possible. Dr. Singer will also discuss your history in the privacy of our comfortable consultation rooms so you won't have to discuss these details while sitting undressed on a cold exam table.
Our examination rooms are equipped to allow us to handle all sorts of common procedures: lacerations, mole removals, a variety of sprains and fractures, and asthma attacks. We do EKG's, lung testing, body fat evaluations and hearing tests in our office as well.
How will I pay for my care?
All of our patients pay us at the time of service; many then submit their claims to their insurance company for reimbursement. We take cash, checks, Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express.
We strive to have all aspects of our practice, including our professional fees, reflect our ethical and rational approach to your care. Our charges are based on the time we spend with you and any materials or equipment we use.
How can I get reimbursed?
We provide a superbill (HCFA 1500 standard health insurance form) for you to send in to your health insurance company for reimbursement.It includes all the information they need to process the claim including procedure and diagnosis codes.You will mail a copy of your superbill to your health insurance company.
How Are You Different Than My Other Doctors?
For most of the office-based medical care that you are likely to need in your life, working oustide HMO constraints allows Dr. Singer to care for you with a higher level of attentiveness and skills that you may find invaluable in getting at the root cause of your medical problems. Some patients continue to see their primary care physician for basic yearly labs and physicals because that is included in their care, but most realize that our care is a step above the norm, we practice to the highest standards of care.
Even if you've been to many different doctors and still have not been able to regain your vitality and health, Dr. Singer can help. If we can't help you, we know who can and will promptly arrange for you to be seen by the most appropriate specialist or hospitalist.