Lakeshore Primary Care Insurance

EvergreenHealth Primary Care Lakeshore participates in the following health plans.

Please contact your health plan to make sure your benefits cover EvergreenHealth Primary Care Lakeshore providers.

  • Aetna 
  • Apple Health (see Medicare/Medicaid policy chart)
  • Blue Cross BlueShield
  • Cigna
  • First Choice Health Network
  • Humana Choice Care
  • Kaiser Permanente (formerly Group Health)
    • POS Plan only
  • Lifewise Health Plan
  • Medicare (see Medicare/Medicaid policy chart)
  • Multi Plan
  • Premera Blue Cross
    • Premera PersonalCare Plan - EvergreenHealth Partners
  • Private Health Care System
  • Regence BlueShield
    • Regence ActiveCare (AHN) EvergreenHealth - Overlake
  • Regence Boeing Traditional Plan
    • Regence Boeing Preferred Partnership ACN (UW)
  • Tricare (administered by HealthNet)
    • We are not contracted/in-network with Tricare, but we do accept Tricare
    • We will courtesy bill for patients with this insurance
    • It is the patient's responsibility to ensure their plan has Out of Network benefits
  • Tricare for Life (functions as a Medicare Supplement)
  • Uniform Medical Plan (UMP)
    • UMP Classic
    • UMP Plus - Puget Sound High Value Network
  • United Healthcare 
  • Washington State Exchange Products
    • Ambetter from Coordinated Care
    • Premera PersonalCare Plan - EvergreenHealth Partners
    • Premera PersonalCare Plan - Virginia Mason (referral recommended)
  • Washington State Labor and Industry (workers' compensation)

Insurance Questions?

Contact your health plan directly if you have questions regarding eligibility or benefits as this is a contract between you and your health plan.

For other questions, you can:

If you are an established patient without insurance coverage or without proof of insurance, you will be expected to pay a $125 deposit in advance of your visit. This amount may not be the total charges associated with your visit. If you have lab, x-rays, additional tests, or a high level of service, those charges will be billed to you.

Protecting your Medical and Personal Information

We realize asking to see your ID and insurance card at each visit can be annoying, but we do this to make sure that your medical and personal information is safe and secure, and no one is using your insurance card fraudulently.

Since insurance cards can change frequently, even the slightest change on your card (both front and back) can lead to your insurance claim being denied or could lead us to refer you to physicians that are out-of-network for your plan.

When claims are denied due to incorrect information and the charges are not paid, you are responsible for payment. If we send you to physicians that are not in your network, you could be subject to increased out-of-pocket costs for your care.