Frequently Asked Questions
From Jackson or Madison: From I-55, take exit 98B and follow to E. Layfair Drive.
From Pearl: Take Old Country Club Road to Brandon Road. Turn left onto Old Brandon Road. Turn right onto Flowood Drive. Follow Flowood Drive to Layfair Drive. Drive to E. Layfair Drive.
From I-20: Take exit 52 for MS-475 N. Turn left at Airport Rd. At the traffic circle, take the 3rd exit onto Old Brandon Rd. Take a slight right at MS-475 N/Airport Rd. Turn left at Flowood Drive. Turn right at River Oaks Drive. Turn right onto Layfair Drive. Turn left onto East Layfair Drive.
We take all major commercial insurance plans, Medicare and United Healthcare MS CAN. Self-pay is also available. If you have a question about your insurance plan, please call our office. Our benefits administrators can speak to you about any charges associated with procedures or appointments.
You should not. Obstetrician/Gynecologists are considered primary care physicians. However, it’s always our advice to check with your insurance plan regarding your specific benefits.
8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday. 8:30 a.m. – noon on Fridays. If you need to reach a physician urgently after hours, you can call our phone line and be put in touch with the doctor on call.
Yes. At Jackson Healthcare for Women, we realize everyone has a busy schedule and when a health issue arises, convenience and quick attention are a necessity. If you need to see your physician, please call our offices as soon as possible, so we can try to fit you in to their schedule. If their schedule is full, we will gladly set you up with another one of our qualified physicians, so you can get the care you need, when you need it.
Our fees are within the customary range for this area and reflect the level of care you receive and the high level of training of the physicians in the group. We have standardized charges for various procedures. These fees are available to you at any time. If you have any question about fees, please feel free to discuss them with our Financial Services Representative. Charges for our office visits are to be paid at the time of the visit, unless you are insured by one of the networks in which we participate. You are expected to pay any applicable co-pay and /or deductibles at the time of your visit. We will file most insurance plans for you. If you need to make payment arrangements, you may discuss these options with the Financial Services Representative prior to your scheduled appointment.
The fees for obstetrical care are outlined on your first and second visits. Fees include your prenatal care, delivery and six-week postpartum checkup. There are additional charges for special laboratory tests, visits outside those regularly scheduled, sonograms, and fetal monitoring. If a cesarean birth is necessary, additional charges will occur. There is also an additional charge for tubal ligation. Hospital and physician charges outside of our clinic (such as anesthesiology) will also be discussed. If any financial problems arise or if you change insurance carriers, please let us know.
We understand that there are times when patients must miss an appointment due to emergencies or family or work obligations. However, when you do not call to cancel an appointment or show for your appointment, you may be preventing another patient from being seen and possibly getting much needed treatment. Thus, if an appointment is not cancelled at least 24 hours in advance, you will be charged a $25.00 cancellation or no show fee.
If you’ve lost your patient portal login, please call our office and we will try to find your login credentials or we will set you up with a new account.
Our obstetricians provide pre-conception and pregnancy care as well as post delivery follow-up. All of our board-certified obstetrician/gynecologists have been trained in this area.
Ob/gyns are cross-trained in both areas, however, they are different categories of care for women in all stages of their lives. Ob is short for "obstetrician", which focuses on the care of women pre-conception, during pregnancy and post pregnancy. Gynecology involves the care for all women's health issues.
A gynecologist cares for all women's health issues. While gynecologists are also trained as obstetricians, the practice of gynecology includes areas outside pregnancy for women.