RMA's Updated Patient Sick Policy

Insurance Coverage

RMA’s financial counselors will help answer all your questions about comprehending costs and insurance coverage. We can help you navigate the complexities and provide basic guidelines of the financial process. Some plans require referrals or authorizations, so it’s suggested that you check your infertility benefits under your specific plan.

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Insurance Coverage Details

Please use the table below to view participating insurances by practice location. RMA will submit claims on your behalf and request that insurance reimburses you directly. We accept several forms of payment: credit card, check, cash, or FFP loan programs. For full insurance details, please contact the practice closest to you.

Accepted Insurances by Office


Infertility benefits vary from patient to patient and from provider to provider. The information provided is for informational purposes only and is not a commitment of coverage

Questions to Ask Your Insurance Provider

  • Which treatment options (IVF, IUI, diagnostic testing) are covered by my current benefits?
  • Are fertility medications covered? If yes, is there a total monetary medication “allowance,” a maximum number of vials, or other product limitations?
  • Are there any limitations to my benefits, such as age, medical conditions, or prior cycles?
  • Can you please provide a written explanation of my benefits?
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Florida: 407-804-9670
Houston: 281-643-7703
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Lehigh Valley (New Patients): 973-656-2089
New Jersey (Existing Patients): 973-971-4600
New Jersey (New Patients): 973-656-2089
Northern California: 415-603-6999
Seattle: 206-651-4432
Southern California: 424-293-8841
Philadelphia: 215-654-1544