This location continues to be closed while the building undergoes structural repairs. All who are patients of Hadley Family Medicine are being seen at other Cooley Dickinson Medical Group locations. A list of providers and their locations are listed below:
Amherst Medical Associates, Rear Entrance, 2nd Floor,
170 University Drive, Amherst, MA
Gaurav Dang, MD
Amy Zurba, NP
Emily Marsters, MD
Sofia Buford, NP
22 Atwood 1st Floor,
Atwood Drive, Northampton, MA
Allan Baustin, MD
Paul Sahd, DO
Danielle O’Banion, MD
Kaileen Canon, NP
Tania Menz, MD
South Deerfield Family Medicine,
21 Elm Street, South Deerfield, MA
Jessica Dacus, DO
At Hadley Family Medicine, we’re committed to taking care of you and your family. Learn about our safe care commitment. Virtual and in-person visits are available.
Cooley Dickinson Medical Group’s Hadley Family Medicine is dedicated to advancing the health of people from nine days old to 90-nine years old. Certified as a Level 2 patient-centered medical home, the practice includes 10providers who all strive to deliver compassionate, comprehensive primary care to you and your family.
Hadley Family Medicine is proud to offer:
- Comprehensive primary care for patients of all ages, newborn through adult
- A loyal, compassionate care team
- Same-day Urgent Care appointments during daily walk-in hours
- A comfortable, friendly atmosphere with a bright, colorful children’s waiting area
- Conveniently located for visits from Hadley, Northampton, Amherst, and Sunderland
Hadley Family Medicine is happy to offer on-site bloodwork/lab services to all regular patients. The practice is close to several pharmacies and all primary providers are able to write prescriptions. In some situations, certain providers may make home visits to regular patients whose physical or logistical challenges make it impossible for them to receive care in the office.
Cooley Dickinson Medical Group’s Hadley Family Medicine began its family practice as a family. Brothers Peter and Robert Weitzman, both physicians, along with medical school classmate Allan Baustin, MD, founded the practice nearly 30 years ago in the same Hadley crossroads where it stands today. Many patients have been with Hadley Family Practice for almost the entire time.
We are accepting new patients. To make an appointment, call 413-586-6020
Preventive Health Exam Billing at Partners HealthCare
What is a Preventive Health Exam and is it Covered by My Insurance?
A preventive health exam is an Annual Physical during which your primary care provider will:
- Ask you questions about your health
- Do a physical examination
- Give you advice about how to prevent health problems
- Take care of minor health problems or a chronic illness that has not changed
Commercial Health Plans
Under the Affordable Care Act, commercial health plans are required to cover an annual Preventive Health Exam at no cost to the patient (no co-payment, co-insurance or deductible).
Many Medicare Advantage plans will also pay the full cost of Preventive Health Exams as defined in this guide.
Medicare Part B
Annual Wellness Visit
Medicare Part B covers a different version of an annual visit, called a “Medicare Annual Wellness Visit.”
During your Medicare Annual Wellness Visit your provider will:
- Ask you questions about your health, and family and social history
- Provide advice about how to prevent health problems, including a plan for screening in the future
- Screen you for depression and other mental health or safety concerns
A Medicare Annual Wellness Visit does not include a physical exam. If your provider does perform a physical exam during your visit to assess your health or treat any medical problems, you may be responsible for a co-insurance or a Medicare Part B deductible payment.
“Welcome to Medicare” Visit
During your first 12 months of enrollment in Medicare Part B, a “Welcome to Medicare” visit is covered, which includes a physical examination.
When Would any of These Annual Health Visits Turn into a Sick or Chronic Disease Visit?
Sometimes, your annual Preventive Health Exam, Medicare Annual Wellness Visit, or Welcome to Medicare Visit can turn into a “Sick Visit”.
During your visit, your provider may need to treat a new medical issue or a chronic problem that has changed. If that occurs, this part of the visit is called a Sick Visit and may result in additional services being billed to your insurance.
Most insurance companies will pay for Sick Visit evaluations, tests, and treatments, but your insurance plan may require you to pay a co-payment, deductible, and/or co-insurance payment for the Sick Visit, even when it is done during the same appointment as your Preventive Health Exam, Medicare Annual Wellness Visit, or Welcome to Medicare Visit.
Are Lab Tests for Disease Screening and Immunizations Covered During My Annual Health Visits?
Medicare and many commercial health insurance plans cover certain screening tests (such as cancer and cardiovascular disease screening) and immunizations. Specific coverage depends on your age and health insurance plan. Some tests and immunizations may not be covered at 100% and some may not be covered at all. In those cases you may be responsible for a co-insurance or deductible payment.
When Will I Have to Pay?
We will request your co-payment when you check in for a visit. We will send you a bill if there is any unpaid balance after we receive payment for your visit from your insurance company.
It is important that you understand your health insurance benefits, and we encourage you to contact your health insurance plan if you have any questions about what is included in your Preventive Health Exam, Medicare Annual Wellness Visit or Welcome to Medicare Visit, or about charges for Sick Visits, lab tests, immunizations and other services that are performed during your Preventive Health Exam, Medicare Annual Wellness or Welcome to Medicare Visit.
If Your Insurance Company Does Not Answer all of Your Questions, Please Contact Partners Patient Billing Solutions:
Patient Billing Solutions
399 Revolution Drive, Suite 410
Somerville, MA 02145–1462
Monday–Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Updated April 2019