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Dr. Jon Grace

After finishing an Internal medicine residency at the University of Pittsburgh, Dr. Grace completed his training at one of the top pulmonary medicine programs in the nation at the University of Michigan. There, he developed a framework for the management of both routine and rare pulmonary diseases with an emphasis on managing severe asthma and lung cancer under the direction of national experts.
 
He moved to Alaska in 2020 to work at Providence Anchorage Medical Center and Matsu Regional Intensive Care units amid the COVID-19 pandemic. He soon realized a significant deficit in outpatient pulmonary care in the community and started his pulmonary practice in 2021, utilizing telehealth to extend care to patients all over Alaska in addition to in-person visits in addition to the care he continues to provide as an intensive care physician.

Mission 

Dr. Jon Grace's mission is to establish a lung cancer and nodule program as well as improve pulmonary care for all Alaskans. 

To schedule, reschedule, or inquire about our office, please call (907) 375-8785

NEW PATIENTS

Please arrive 30 minutes prior to your appointment to fill out the forms.

  • Please bring your photo ID and insurance cards.

  • Please bring current medications (list with dosage and directions or bottles) 

FORMS

IN-NETWORK INSURANCE 

CIGNA

MODA

United Healthcare

AETNA

Premera BCBS

 

Dr. Jon Grace serves the uninsured and insured. We accept Medicare, Medicaid, and all Military insurance. 

When is my payment due?

Payment is required at the time of service.

 

Will the office file insurance to my insurance carrier?

We will file your medical insurance as a courtesy to you.  Copays and coinsurance are required at the time of service.

 

Self-pay patients are responsible for the entirety of their bill amount at the time of service; a $300 deposit is required for self-pay patients in order to be scheduled. If your bill amount is less than this, you will be refunded within 30 days after the visit. 

Use your credit card to pay your balance and keep your account current.

Start by finding your account information from your most recent statement. Enter your account number in the "Invoice Number" field; if your number is unavailable, please put the name of the patient you are paying for.

This online payment feature only allows you to pay your bill; you will not be able to view outstanding balances, invoices, or payment history. 

 

If you have questions or would like to set up a Payment Plan with recurring payments, please contact our billing office:


EMAIL ADDRESS: billing@alaskahealthservices.com  

PHONE NUMBER: (907) 865-5255

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