United Healthcare Insurance
Milwaukee podiatrists accept insurance coverage from United Healthcare
If you have insurance through United Healthcare you’re eligible for exams and treatment at Advanced Foot & Ankle of Wisconsin.
With any insurance plan, coverage and plan details are subject to change. It can be tricky understanding exactly what your plan covers, especially for a specialist such as a podiatrist.
Our friendly billing specialists are happy to do an insurance check so you get the most accurate and up to date information about your United Healthcare benefits for podiatry care.
Just visit one of our five Milwaukee-area podiatry clinics with your insurance card, contact us online or give us a call during business hours—we’re happy to help!
Wisconsin Podiatry Clinics that Take United Healthcare:
- Podiatry clinic in Milwaukee – 27th St
- Podiatry clinic in Milwaukee – Layton Ave.
- Podiatry clinic in Brookfield
- Podiatry clinic in Franklin
- Podiatry clinic in Burlington
All five our clinics provide the highest level of foot and ankle care, even if you don’t have insurance. Learn more about our payment options or schedule an appointment today.
Contact our Milwaukee podiatrists online for more information or to make an appointment.
About United Healthcare
United Healthcare is a unified brand adopted by the managed health care company UnitedHealth Group. Based in Minnetonka, MN, UnitedHealth Group Inc. is the fifth largest managed health care company in the United States (according to the Fortune 500).
In terms of revenue, UnitedHealth Group is the leading healthcare company in the world. In 2016 UnitedHealth Group and its subsidiary companies served around 115 million people and generated revenue of $185 billion.
There are four divisions of UnitedHealthcare:
- UnitedHealthcare Employer & Individual
- UnitedHealthcare Community & State
- UnitedHealthcare Medicare & Retirement
- UnitedHealthcare Global
UnitedHealth announced in April of 2016 its plan to pull out of most state healthcare exchanges. In 2017 it sold healthcare under ACA in just three states.
In 1999 UnitedHealth Group established two foundations: UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation and United Health Foundation. These are non-profit foundations dedicated to improving patient health and healthcare.