The goal of medicine is to prevent disease and prolong life.

A List of Insurances that we accept.

Here is the list of Insurances:

Accepted Commercial Plans:

  • United Health Care
  • BCBS/Florida Blue
  • Aetna
  • Cigna
  • AvMed
  • Health Choice
  • Humana
  • Tricare

Accepted Medicare Plans:

  • Medicare
  • AARP
  • Freedom
  • Optimum
  • Wellmed
  • Humana Gold
  • Preferred Care Partners
  • Simply
  • United Health Care

Accepted Medicaid Plans:

  • Full Medicaid
  • Prestige
  • Share of Cost

Medicaid accepted at Central Florida Total Health Care - Dr. Jose Lopez

A link to download new patient paper work, English and Spanish

Download new patient paper work in English and Spanish.

New patient Forms- Spanish Patient Packet

Immigration Medical Exam

The full USCIS – INS immigration medical exam is very simple and requires only 4 basic steps and two office visits:

  1. Basic immigration physical exam
  2. Blood Test
  3. Tuberculosis skin test: Applicants age 2 and older are required to have a tuberculin skin test (TST) performed. This test requires a return visit to the office within 48 – 72 hours after administration. A chest X-ray may be required depending on the results. The cost of the X-ray is not included in the price of the immigration exam.
  4. Proof of vaccinations. Most adults require proof of vaccination for Tetanus-Diphtheria Td (within the last 5 years), Measles, Mumps, Rubella and Varicella (Chicken Pox). The Immigration Doctor will review your vaccination history with you to determine whether you have all the required vaccinations. The cost of additional vaccinations is not included in the price of the basic exam but they are offered through our office for an additional fee. Please bring all vaccination records to your scheduled appointment for the immigration physical.
  5. Flu vaccine is required during flu season (October 1 – March 31).

After The Exam the immigration physical examination is completed, Dr. Lopez will certify Form I-693 with the test results of the immigration exam and vaccination history in a sealed enveloped to present to the INS. DO NOT OPEN THE SEALED ENVELOPE. Turn in the envelope with your immigration application. A copy of your blood tests results will be provided for you to keep after results have been discussed with the examining doctor. The examination will only be valid up to a year after the immigration exam date.

**Immigration exams are NOT covered by INSURANCE and are considered SELF PAY service. We will not submit any claims to insurance for payment.**

Click here to visit the Official US Citizen & Immigration Services website for more information.