Digestive Healthcare Center makes it easy for our patients to pay for their medical care by offering secure, online bill payment. Simply click on the “Online Bill-Pay” button below to enter your credit card and patient account information. Before you begin, please have your account information available. You will find your patient account information on the statement you received from our office. Once completed, you can print a receipt for your records. If you enter a valid email address, you will also receive a confirmation email that notifies you with either a successful receipt or an error message.
Be assured that we have maximized your security and privacy by using SSL (Secure Socket Layer) to encrypt all of the information you enter into the “Online Bill-Pay” form. The lock symbol at the bottom corner of your browser’s status bar confirms that your information will be encrypted and secure during transmission.
For additional security, we do not store your credit card information online. As soon as your transaction is complete, your credit card information is removed from our website.
Learn more about all things digestive health and wellness by checking out our recent gastroenterology blogs.
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