Frequently Asked Questions
Are you accepting New Patients to your practice?
Yes! Ocala Family Medical Center is always accepting New Patients. We have plenty of primary care providers available to choose from.
What insurances do you accept?
Ocala Family Medical Center is contracted with most major insurance companies. Below is a list of some of the plans we currently work with. If you do not see your insurance listed below, please contact our office at 352-237-4133 to verify if we are contracted with your insurance plan.
Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS)
Most Major Commercial Plans
Do you accept self-pay (non-insured) patients?
Yes, we do accept self-pay patients. Please note that our company policy for self-pay patients is to pay the initial visit in full at the time of the appointment.
Can I pay my bill online?
Ocala Family Medical Center's Patient Portal allows you to pay your bill online. If you are not already registered for our Patient Portal, you can get your ID and PIN by calling our office at 352-237-4133.
Click below to access the Patient Portal.
Do your Specialists accept outside referrals?
Yes, our Specialists accept outside referrals. You do not have to be a patient of any of our primary care providers in order to see one of our Specialists (Cardiology, Endocrinology, Women's Health, Physical Therapy Medicine & Rehabilitation, Physical Therapy, and Dermatology).
Do your have Spanish speaking providers?
Yes, we do. We recognize the need to have providers that are bi-lingual. We also offer translating services for deaf patients as well as for patients who speak languages other than English and Spanish.
Do any of your providers treat minors?
While we do not have any Pediatricians, we do have providers that treat patients ages 2 and up.
Click below to access the Minor Consent Form if the minor patient will not be coming in with a parent.
What Hospitals are you affiliated with?
Our patients are able to select the Hospital of their choosing: MRMC, ORMC, or West Marion. In the instance where you are admitted to the Hospital, please know that a Hospitalist will treat and care for you for the duration of your stay there. Hospitalist Providers are trained to care for you specifically when you are in the hospital. This training helps to improve the level of your care while receiving treatment in a hospital setting.