Yes, Mayo Clinic is a participating Medicare facility in Arizona, in Florida, in Rochester, Minn. and at all Mayo Clinic Health System locations.
- With regard to Medicare preventive coverage, please note that in general Medicare does not cover routine or preventive services. Please refer to your Medicare booklet for more information.
Medicare has two billing parts. Medicare Part A (hospital insurance) helps to pay for hospital services. Medicare Part B (medical insurance) helps to pay for clinic services, doctor fees and outpatient services.
If you are unsure whether Medicare is your primary insurance provider, please refer to the Coordination of Benefits (COB) information below:
- Coordination of Benefits (COB) Patient Guide (PDF)
- Medicare Benefits Coordination & Recovery Center (BCRC): 855-798-2627 (toll-free)
- Medicare PTAN #97327
If you have any additional insurance coverage, please provide this information to Mayo Clinic at the time you are making your appointment.