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f.a.q.'s > All Questions > Does “cash only” mean you don’t accept checks or credit cards?

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Certainly not! Checks and credit cards are welcome. In fact, the practice membership fee is sometimes paid in quarterly installments by an automatic charge to a patient’s credit card account.

Many Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) provide a debit card for payment of medical expenses directly from a patient’s account.

Last updated on November 30, 2007 by Dr Wayne Johnson