New Blog: CareCredit or MyMedicalLoan Financing for Vaginismus Treatment
May 14, 2013 at 2:19 pm #8906Heather34Moderator
Hi all. There is an excellent new blog posted today that discusses financing options for the vaginismus treatment, including CareCredit and MyMedicalLoan.
Concerning CareCredit, excerpts include:
“CareCredit is specifically designed to finance medical procedures; particularly those that may not be covered by insurance. CareCredit is only available to patients residing in the United States.
CareCredit offers two basic types of plans:
• CareCredit Convenient Monthly Payment Plans
o Payments spread out over 6 or 12 months
o Minimum monthly payments are low
o You pay no interest if you pay off your balance on time
• CareCredit Extended Payment Plans
o Payments made over 24, 36, or 48 months
o 14.9 percent interest rate
Apply today or call CareCredit at 1-800-677-0718”
Concerning MedicalFinancing.com, excerpts include:
“Medical Financing Benefits and Details
• Affordable monthly payments, as low as 1% of your balance
• Interest free and Same as Cash programs are available for up to 3, 6, or 12, months for qualified applicants
• Low rates starting at 5.9%
• 1% cash back reward program
• Convenient revolving lines of credit
• Simple interest installment loans
• No prepayment penalty
• Multiple Loan plans to choose from
• Sub-prime financing available for less than perfect credit
MedicalFinancing.com helps makes any medical procedure a reality.
Apply today and see how MedicalFinancing.com can make a difference.”
The blog concludes by providing the information for Samantha Diaz, the Financial Coordinator for Dr. Pacik:
“Contact, Samantha Diaz, our Financial Coordinator, regarding any additional financial questions you may have. Samantha can be reached Monday – Thursday 8:30 am to 1:30 pm Eastern Standard Time at 1-603-669-0290 or 1-800-640-0290 (U.S. patients only). A voicemail can be left after hours for her as well at Extension 18.”
I encourage you to read the Blog and welcome your comments and feedback here. For those who have used either CareCredit or MedicalFinancing.com, what have been your experiences? Do you have any further recommendations for a future patient who may be considering treatment but is wondering how they will afford it? Any advice/insight would be greatly appreciated.
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