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Despite being an healthcare provider, optometrists often don't have any health insurance due to lack of employer provided medical benefits.  Check our recommended brokers to see exactly what your benefits options are for both you, your family and your staff at the lowest and most affordable rates.

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Gopita Patel  |  Health Insurance Expert & Optometrist


Health insurance can be confusing. Even as optometrists and medical professionals, insurance is often not taught as part of our training so navigating the various plans and options can be overwhelming. It's too easy to get stuck with an insurance plan that is not only unnecessarily expensive but also doesn't give you the coverage you need. As a Licensed Insurance Advisor, I have access to all the plans available and can shop around for you!
I'm very transparent so if we get on an appointment, we'll do a screen share so you can see exactly what your options are and we can pick and choose as well as customize the plan to fit your needs without breaking the bank.

Please schedule a time or email me with any questions. If you are unable to find a time that works for you, please send me an email!

Contact: Gopita Patel OD at gopita.insurance@gmail.com for any questions and visit www.grphealthcare.com
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Location Requirements: Eligible in all States except CA, ID, WA, OR, AZ, NM, ND, MN, PA, NY, VT, NH, MA, ME, RI, CT, NJ, DC

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