Welcome to our resources page. Here you will find information such as insurance plans that we accept, Health Maintenance Information, and links to sites that may be of interest to you. You can also print forms to fill out before your visit to one of our offices.
We participate in one or more Health Information Exchanges. Your healthcare providers can use this electronic network to securely provide access to your health records for a better picture of your health needs. We, and other healthcare providers, may allow access to your health information through the Health Information Exchange for treatment, payment or other healthcare operations. This is a voluntary agreement. You may opt-out at any time by notifying your physician’s office.
Pioneer Physicians Network, Inc. is currently contracted with the following insurance plans:
- AultCare (Hearthstone Family Practice)
- BWC (Select Doctors)
- First Health
- Humana #8211; ChoiceCare
- Medical Mutual of Ohio
- Private Health Care Systems (PHCS)
- Summa Health Network
- Anthem Senior Advantage (Medicare Advantage)
- ChoiceCare Network (PPO)
- CHN Employee Health Plan (Direct Employer PPO)
- Direct Care America (PPO)
- Flora Health Network (PPO)
- Fortified Provider Network (PPO)
- Klais Health Network (PPO)
- Nationwide Health Plans (PPO)
- Ohio Health Choice (Access, Preferred, Preferred 100, Preferred 200)
- Ohio Preferred Network (PPO)
- Ohio State University (PPO)
- Primary Health Services (PPO)
- Private HealthCareSystems (PPO and Open Access)
- PPOM (PPO)
- SummaCare (All Products)
- SummaCare Medicare (All Products)
- United Heathcare
If you have one of the listed insurance plans above, co-pays are required to be paid when you check-in. Please bring your insurance card to every visit. We do accept cash, personal checks, debit, Visa, MasterCard and Discover.
The patient has the right to choose his/her own physician.
The patient has the right to choose his/her own medical facility or hospital.
The patient has the right to privacy, confidentiality of medical records, and confidentiality of any conversations they may have with the employees of the medical facility of their choice.
The patient has the right to be free of abuse or harmful situations.
It is the right of the patient to agree or disagree with the type of treatment and/or medication with which they are to be treated.
It is the patient’s responsibility to ask questions about recommended treatment and if agreeing to treatment, following the treatment plan.
The patient has the right to refuse such treatment.
Refusal of treatment eliminates the physician and staff from the responsibility for patient outcomes.
A guarantor is the person responsible for bill payment. We use the guarantor number to pull up information in our system.
You can click on the look Patient Education tab on this page for this information.
Our doctors rotate schedules at local hospitals. One of them will visit you while you are in the hospital.
A Physician Assistant is a person trained and licensed to provide basic medical services, usually under the supervision of a physician.
A registered nurse with special training for providing primary health care, including many tasks customarily performed by a physician.
Thank you for choosing Pioneer Physicians Network. We look forward to serving you at one of our locations. If you are a new patient or a current patient with a change in your information (such as address, insurance, etc), please review and complete the forms listed below before your next visit. Please note that all documents are PDF and require Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader.
CLICK HERE to download our Notice of Privacy Practices and Consent Form
CLICK HERE to download our Authorization For Use And Disclosure Of Protected Health Information
CLICK HERE to download our Insurance brochure #8211; Ohio Medicaid resource
If you are in the hospital for an overnight stay, your Pioneer physician wants to know. Please call your doctor’s office within 24 hours after discharge to set up an appointment.
20-40 Year Male:
Yearly PE, Cholesterol check every 5 years, Monthly testicular exam, Eye exam every 2-3 years, Update Tetanus/Pertussis every 10 years, Exercise 45 minutes 4 to 5 times per week, Eat low fat diet
40-50 Year Male:
Yearly PE, Education #8211; heart disease, Cholesterol and glucose every 5 years, Yearly PSA and Prostate Digital Rectal Exam for African Americans and males with family history, Monthly testicular exam, Exercise 45 minutes 4 to 5 times per week, Update Tetanus/Pertussis every 10 years, Eye exam every 2-3 years
50-65 Year Male:
Yearly checkup, Education #8211; heart disease, stroke, cancer, Cholesterol and glucose every 5 years, Colonoscopy, stoll cards, PSA, Prostate exam, Exercise 45 minutes 4 to 5 times per week, Update Tetanus shot, Vision and glucose screening every 2 years
65 and Older Male:
Yearly PE, Education #8211; heart disease, stroke, cancer, Cholesterol, blood work determined by doctor, Yearly PSA, prostate exam, Colonoscopy every 5-10 years, DXA/VFA every 2 years, Flu shot every year, pneumovax age 65 and then 2nd one, 5 years later, Exercise 30 minutes 4-5 times per week, Tetanus shot every 10 years, Vision exam every 2 years
Glossary of Terms:
PE: Yearly Checkup PSA: Prostate screen for cancer Colonoscopy: Screen for colon cancer DXA/VFA: Screen for osteoporosis Osteoporosis: Bone loss leading to fracture PAP: Screen for cervical cancer Mammogram: Screen for breast cancer Testicular Exam: Screen for Testicular Cancer HPV: Human Papilloma Virus (causes cervical cancer)
If you are looking for educational materials, classes, or programs to help manage Diabetes, Nutrition and other wellness issues, explore the links below.
Diabetes Education Information:
Nutrition Education Information
At Pioneer Physicians Network preventative care is of the utmost importance in managing your health. To start your own “good health” practices, there are four things you can do immediately without any medical knowledge:
-Don’t smoke or use other tobacco products; Drink only in moderation (and red wine in the most acceptable use of alcohol)
-Eat a proper, balanced diet to get the correct amount of nutrients and calories daily
-Exercise at least three days per week; Aerobic exercise will build muscle and endurance
-See your doctor regularly for check-ups
Please schedule routine exams with your doctor and discuss which testing is appropriate for you.
To see Preventative Health Care Gaps CLICK HERE