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Accessible Pediatric Care in Lancaster, PA

We Accept Insurance

At Beittel-Becker Pediatric Associates, we accept insurance from a wide range of providers throughout Pennsylvania, including Medicaid. View our list of most commonly accepted providers here, and feel free to reach out to us with any questions you may have.

We’ve also provided information on several frequently-asked questions regarding pediatric healthcare coverage and what you’ll be responsible for paying at your child’s appointment.

This is not an exhaustive list. If you are unsure, please verify prior to scheduling a visit.

We are participating providers with the following Insurance plans:

Commercial Plans

  • Aetna
  • Capital Blue Cross
  • Central PA Teamsters
  • Cigna
  • Geisinger
  • Highmark BCBS
  • Meritain
  • Preferred Health Care (PHC)
  • Tricare (must understand in-network benefits)
  • Trustmark
  • United Healthcare Plans
  • UPMC health Plan

CHIP Plans

  • Geisinger CHIP
  • Highmark CHIP
  • Keystone Health Plan Central
  • United Healthcare CHIP 
    • We are not accepting additional  United Healthcare CHIP patients unless we rounded on your child as a newborn at Women and Babies. Any other new patients must switch to one of the other CHIP plans prior to becoming our patient.

Medical Assistance

  • Highmark Wholecare
  • AmeriHealth Caritas 
    • We are not accepting additional Amerihealth Caritas patients unless we rounded on your child as a newborn at Women and Babies. Any other new patients must switch to Highmark Wholecare prior to becoming our patient.

Plans We Do Not Accept:

  • Aetna Better Health
  • Geisinger Medicaid
  • Health Partners
  • United Healthcare Community Plan
  • UPMC For You

Frequently Asked Questions 

The specific coverage offered by pediatric health insurance varies depending on the plan you choose. However, most plans will cover preventative care, such as routine check-ups and vaccinations, as well as treatment for illnesses and injuries. Some plans may also offer coverage for specialist care, prescription medications, and hospital stays.

A copay is a fixed amount that you pay out of pocket for a specific medical service. For example, your insurance plan may require a $20 copay for each doctor's visit. Copays can vary depending on the type of service and the insurance plan.

Whether or not copays are required for pediatric health insurance depends on the specific plan you choose. Some plans may require copays for certain services, while others may offer copay-free care. It's important to carefully review your insurance plan to understand what copays, if any, are required for your child's care.

To view our full financial policy, including when and how to pay for your child’s appointment, visit this section of our About Us page.