The cost of a doctor's visit depends on the type of insurance you have. If you do not have insurance, the cost of a doctor's visit is typically between $300 and $600, but prices can vary depending on several factors such as lab tests, where you seek care, and procedures done at the visit.
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Cost of a Doctor's Visit Without Insurance
The price you pay to see a doctor depends on whether you have health insurance and what your insurance plan covers. The cost will also vary based on several factors, including but not limited to:
- The type of doctor you are seeing (primary care physician vs. specialist)
- Where you seek care
- Necessary treatment
- If you need lab testing
- If you are a new or returning patient
In the table below, we outline the average cost of seeing different specialists if paying without insurance. Note that the price can vary depending on the factors mentioned above.
Cost of a Doctor's Visit for Different Specialists Without Insurance
In addition, if you are a new patient at the doctor you are seeing, you will likely be charged a "new patient fee." This is because the provider will need to do a full examination which takes longer than a routine appointment. The estimated national average cost of a new-patient office visit without insurance is $357.
Jacqueline graduated from the University of Virginia in 2021 with a B.A. in Global Public Health and is a current M.D. candidate at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Jacqueline has been working for Mira since April 2020 and is passionate about the intersection of public health and medical care.