Are There Any Doctors That Take Medicare For Suboxone?

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melaniesue Says:


I am on suboxene to get off medications for back injury. The doctor I'm going to charges $200.00 per visit plus the cost of the medications. Does anyone know if doctor's accept Medicare for the office visits?



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Verwon Says:

It actually depends on the laws of your state, some states have Medicare programs that cover it, some don't.

Have you tried checking to see if the coverage is there? If they do, they may also direct you to doctor's that accept it.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Suboxone/­

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cookie Says:

I've been trying to find out if doctors in Ohio, zip code 44471 take Medicare. I truly cannot afford the $200 doctor fee, plus the cost of meds. Having so much trouble with this. Any help will be appreciated.

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cookie Says:

Thank you so much for your help. maxri

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lady luck Says:
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Trying locate doctor Johnson city tn visit r not that expensive an give a month of prescription

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Preston Says:
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Doctor that takes medicare in sc.

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Adam Says:
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I have been trying to find a suboxone doctor in Cincinnati oh that will take Medicare

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Adam Says:
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Are there any suboxone doctors that accept Medicare in Cincinnati oh

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Barb Says:
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I live in fl i also have medicare suboxen is covered on my prescription plan but cant find a doctir who accepts medicare

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Lb Says:
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What part of Florida are you? I'm looking for a sub doc that takes Medicare in the Tampa area.

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Sameoldbs Says:
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Lb,

Try the Clear Path Center in Saint Pete. I hear good things try connecting with them. Hope it works out for you...

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Sameoldbs Says:
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Barb.

If your still searching for a sub doc try dr. Siddiki in st. Pete at the clear path center. He has an excellent rep. And accepts Medicare I wish you success in treatment.

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joe Says:
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Lookibg for dr take medicare for office visits in Tennessee dandridge area it be a great help if could find one

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Sameoldbs Says:

Joe. Try calling 317-429-0061. Dr Brit Borden MD.

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Joni Says:
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There are a lot of doctors accepting medicare, you have to go online or call medicare for listings.

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Cyth Says:
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Is there any doctors in nj that accept medicare, I need information.
Can any one help me with this situation

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Joni Yonce Says:
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Hello I am looking for an Suboxone doctor that's in Kentucky that accepts Medicare health insurance

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Smitty Says:
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Are there any suboxone doctors in or near Salem Ohio that accept medicare for the visit? I am paying $200 a month and just can't afford it anymore.

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Don Says:
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Are there any doctors who take medicare for suboxone treatment in Birmingham Alabama?

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james talley Says:

live in columbus ohio 43211 and i have medicare lookin for suboxin doc


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Alli Says:
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Hi. I just moved to Memphis and need a new suboxone dr that accepts Medicare or United healthcare. Can anyone help?

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