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Cost and Insurance

The cost of an executive wellness examination for first time patients is based on services received and level of coverage provided by your insurance company. Each experience is personalized to meet your needs so cost varies with each patient. For more detail pricing contact The Carolina Clinic at (919) 962-2862. Return patients generally pay less depending on the services provided. Additional optional services are available but are not included in the cost of the standard program. A premier executive access and amenities fee is required the day of the visit even if filing insurance as this covers costs not billable to insurance.

If you would like our assistance in helping you locate your own personal physician within the UNC system, we offer that service at no additional charge. Follow up office visits at The Carolina Clinic associated with the day of your executive examination are billed to insurance.  

Any referrals in the UNC Health Care System for specialty consultation or specialized testing to assess conditions that go beyond the standard executive health assessment will be billed to your insurance company. Please bring your insurance card with you to your visit.

Does The Carolina Clinic Executive Wellness Program take insurance?  Yes.

We do file insurance and operate as an “out-of-network” provider with most carriers. We also accept Medicare. There are portions of the program that are not billable to insurance and therefore billed directly to the patient; this amount includes but is not limited to the up front premier executive access and amenities fee. Any portion of the assessment that is not covered by your insurance carrier becomes the responsibility of the patient. We will consolidate your bill for you after completing the insurance process and mail that to you four to six weeks after your visit.

Billing by specialists seen outside of the executive center will be filed separately through your insurance carrier in which case you may receive bills from UNC Hospitals and UNC Physicians and Associates.

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