Suboxone Doctor That Accepts Mdwise Hip Insurance In Indiana

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Tophy Says:
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I am looking for a suboxone doctor anywhere around indiana at this point. I just got my hip insurance with mdwise about 2 months ago and really need to get help.. I have called a lot of doctors where I live and now I guess I will start looking around indianapolis.. Idk What I'm going to do.. If anyone could help me I would be so greatly appreciate it..



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Tophy Says:
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I have been taking pain pills since I was 17 and now I'm 34 years old.. The last 4 year's I been taking a lot because I can't feel them and I say about 15-20 or more some days.. I know it's time for me to get help so I called and made a appointment for suboxones and paid cash for this month and got a prescription but I really need to find a doctor who takes mdwise... If anybody can help I would really appreciate. It.. If not I might have to switch to mhs or anthem

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Doughboy Says:
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If your looking for a doctor who takes your insurance call Northwest Indiana Medical Group at 219-427-0700. Shareef is his name. I was like you and started pain pills when i was 17. I'm 37. Subs work man.

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Tophy Says:
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Ok thank you.. I hope they take mdwise insurance because if they don't I will have to change my insurance to anthem because it seems like every other phone call I made they all said they take anthem insurance...

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Tophy Says:
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I really need help finding a doctor that takes mdwise plus insurance.. I'm trying to get clean and stay clean.. I have call a lot of doctors but I'm not having any luck.. If someone has any info they would like to share I would greatly appreciate it.. I'm sorry I keep asking about it, I'm just new to this and not having any luck with finding a doctor.. Any info would help.... Thank you ..

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Lou Says:
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Have you found a Dr? I just wanted to say, API urgent care does accept mdwise hip, but not the IU one. You just walk in. You have to have two clean drug panels and one therapy for the script. Its cool, just walk in And pass your first one, come in the next morning, pads that one and do your therapy, and leave with the script. The Dr was very kind. It's in Crawfordsville, In.

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Scott Says:
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I need a dr who will prescribe Suboxone close to Bloomington who acceptes HIP MDWISE insurance. Please, I'm addicted to opiates and in danger of losing my family.

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MDwise Says:

Hi Scott, I'm from MDwise and I’d like to give you information that would help. If you'll please call our customer service at 1-800-356-1204, we'll work to figure out the best way to help you.

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LoLo Says:
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Do they give up something that day though or no? Or do u have to wait for the next day when they do a 2nd drug panel?

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Patsy Says:
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I need help getting on Suboxone. I've been on pain pills for almost 4 years. I have Medwise hip plus and I live on the southeast side of Indianapolis, Indiana 46219. {edited for privacy}

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Brookydc Says:
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Please help me find a dr who accepts HIP insurance for suboxone around Indianapolis area pls.

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chad Says:
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I need a Suboxone doctor in Bloomington Indiana that accepts my insurance company mdwise can someone help me

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drfast Says:
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I need a suboxone dr who accepts hip in indianapolis indiana. or surrounding areas.

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Mason Says:

I don't want to come off as snarky or rude... but all these people here on medicaid... if you can't afford private insurance or doctor visits how are you able to buy opioids on the black market?

I mean if you can afford to pay for your opiate addiction then surely you could afford to pay for a couple office visits and legitimate prescriptions? Can anyone explain this? It's an honest question!

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MLMartinsville Says:

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Dear Mason, Please do not be so quick to judge. You are talking a thousand plus (if paying out of pocket) a month for doctor visits and prescriptions for Suboxone. I would rather our system help pay for those cost, to help a person not use illicit drugs, that that person become desperate. some only made one or two bad decisions, and became addicted. NOONE would choose to be an addict.

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Watterson Says:
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Re: Tophy (# 1)

Go to THE CASE CLINIC. DR. BRIAN CASE. RIGHT ON 10th & 465. 240 first visit. $100 weekly, $160 bi weekly, 200 monthly. Guarantee to be accepted. Tell them that Watterson referred u.

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Jeremy Says:
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I went to vallevista health in greenwood for a week inpatient , they gave me subs the whole time there and let me leave with a 2 week script . They set you up with another doc office. You have to make appointment with vallevista, and the wait sucks.bout 5 hrs when I went there. Hang in there and you will be good.

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Nichole Says:
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Re: Mason (# 13)

Who said that they are buying it on the 'black market'??? Because last time I checked you can still get a script of meds from your family doctor! Don't be so quick to judge people because they are on medicaid because not everyone has to go buy things on the street or on the black market. There are people with real health problems where they do need pain meds and after so long of taking those pain meds your body does get immune to them and you cant just stop taking them after years of needing them and getting them from their DOCTOR!!! And good for them for realizing that they need help and trying to fix the problem instead of turning to something else or continuing the problem!

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Britt Says:
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Re: Mason (# 13)

Alot of people cant afford their habbit either steal or other things their not proud of alot of people r getting help so they can get their life on track and its a lot easier if u can get help and not have to pay for it so u cn take that money twords a house and ur children ur rude comments are not needed stay off this sight if this is how u are going to treat people

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Addict Named Doe Says:
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Re: Mason (# 13)

From experience us addicts have no limits when it comes to getting our drugs of choice... often times stealing or hustling from the people closest to us... and we can nickel and dime it. A little bit here and a little bit there... it’s difficult to legitimately come up with $200 off the top, plus $100-$200 a month plus script money in the same way. When you’ve got to stop using it’s already sapped motivation, you feel like s*** physically, on top of that the mental game is a long one... the system is set up in a way that encourages selling. We can say what we want in principle, of course the RIGHT thing to do would be tough it out and make the hard choices, chip away and pay your own way. But when you’re going through it, the path of least resistance is the most travelled... get your appointment, say what you’ve got to say to get the doctor to work with you.

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Virginia Says:

I am looking for a dr that will accept my insurance AIR (Alternative Indurance Resources), my EOB’s indicate Cigna pay. I am located in Eastern Kentucky with equal access to Williamson WV. Either area will be good for me. Most drs here only accept state or federal funded healthcare which I am not eligible for. Any suggestions? Thank you.

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