Oxford Health Plans
Gamma-Knife-Insurance Coverage

About Oxford Health Plans.

The Gamma Knife Center at The Valley Hospital is proud to offer coverage for patients with Oxford Health Plans. We strive to provide you with the finest care, the most convenient financial options and a wealth of resources to answer your questions and address your concerns about insurance coverage.

What can affect coverage with Oxford Health Plans?

Those whose who have an Oxford Health Plan often wonder whether Gamma Knife treatment is covered by their insurance, as well as what potential outside costs there could be. To help you understand your coverage and answer any questions you may have about your eligibility, New Jersey residents and out-of-state patients should contact our Patient Financial Advocate for more information.

The Valley Difference.

At The Valley Gamma Knife Center, your patient journey is our main priority. It is with this in mind that we have invested in state-of-the-art technology, specialized doctors and a caring staff to ensure that the outcome of your treatment is superior. With this wealth of resources, we improve patient outcomes without losing the person-to-person connections that define each patient’s road to recovery.

Our Patient Financial Advocates, Gail Johnson and Mary Gwon, are always available and can help you navigate the details of your insurance coverage.

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At this time, we can only respond to inquiries from within the United States.



Conditions covered by Oxford Health Plans.

Don’t let finances stand in the way of treating your acoustic neuroma. Contact your Oxford insurance representative to answer any questions you may have regarding your insurance coverage and benefits. At the Gamma Knife Center, our Patient Financial Advocates are also here to provide you with a better understanding of how your claims may be processed during your acoustic neuroma treatment.

If you’ve been diagnosed with an arteriovenous malformation contact your Oxford insurance representative to answer any questions you may have regarding your insurance coverage and benefits. At the Gamma Knife Center, our Patient Financial Advocates are also here to provide you with a better understanding of how your claims may be processed during your arteriovenous malformation treatment.

With today’s technology, the treatment of brain metastases can be widely successful. Contact your Oxford insurance representative to answer any questions you may have regarding your insurance coverage and benefits. At the Gamma Knife Center, our Patient Financial Advocates are also here to provide you with a better understanding of how your claims may be processed during your metastatic brain cancer treatment.

Craniopharyngiomas are benign tumors that form during fetal development. Contact your Oxford insurance representative to answer any questions you may have regarding your insurance coverage and benefits. At the Gamma Knife Center, our Patient Financial Advocates are also here to provide you with a better understanding of how your claims may be processed during your craniopharyngioma treatment.

Gliomas are tumors which form from glial cells in the brain. Contact your Oxford insurance representative to answer any questions you may have regarding your insurance coverage and benefits. At the Gamma Knife Center, our Patient Financial Advocates are also here to provide you with a better understanding of how your claims may be processed during your glioma treatment.

Meningiomas arise from the meninges, which cover the brain and spinal cord. If you have been diagnosed with a meningioma, contact your Oxford insurance representative to answer any questions you may have regarding your insurance coverage and benefits. At the Gamma Knife Center, our Patient Financial Advocates are also here to provide you with a better understanding of how your claims may be processed during your meningioma treatment.

Pineal tumors originate in the pineal gland, located in the brain and responsible for the production of melatonin. Contact your Oxford insurance representative to answer any questions you may have regarding your insurance coverage and benefits. At the Gamma Knife Center, our Patient Financial Advocates are also here to provide you with a better understanding of how your claims may be processed during your pineal tumor treatment.

Those who have a family history of certain hereditary conditions, such as multiple endocrine neoplasia type I, are predisposed to be at a greater risk for pituitary tumors. Contact your Oxford insurance representative to answer any questions you may have regarding your insurance coverage and benefits. At the Gamma Knife Center, our Patient Financial Advocates are also here to provide you with a better understanding of how your claims may be processed during your pituitary tumor treatment.

Skull base tumors often require special treatment because they can be directly situated next to important nerves and blood vessels. Contact your Oxford insurance representative to answer any questions you may have regarding your insurance coverage and benefits. At the Gamma Knife Center, our Patient Financial Advocates are also here to provide you with a better understanding of how your claims may be processed during your skull base tumor treatment.

Patients often suffer from trigeminal neuralgia for long periods of time without knowing the underlying cause. Contact your Oxford insurance representative to answer any questions you may have regarding your insurance coverage and benefits. At the Gamma Knife Center, our Patient Financial Advocates are also here to provide you with a better understanding of how your claims may be processed during your trigeminal neuralgia treatment.

Vascular malformations are abnormal masses of tangled blood vessels which can include arteries, veins, and/or lymphatic vessels. Vascular malformations can occur anywhere throughout the body. Contact your Oxford insurance representative to answer any questions you may have regarding your insurance coverage and benefits. At the Gamma Knife Center, our Patient Financial Advocates are also here to provide you with a better understanding of how your claims may be processed during your vascular malformation treatment.

A vestibular schwannoma is a non-cancerous, benign tumor that grows slowly, yet can still cause damage to other tissues due to its location within the vestibulocochlear nerve. Contact your Oxford insurance representative to answer any questions you may have regarding your insurance coverage and benefits. At the Gamma Knife Center, our Patient Financial Advocates are also here to provide you with a better understanding of how your claims may be processed during your vestibular schwannoma treatment.