Anne Marie Moore is a preferred provider for these health plans:

  • Aetna
  • Bridgespan
  • Cigna
  • GEHA
  • Health Net
  • Healthcare Management Administrators (for PeaceHealth/Meritain)
  • LifeWise
  • Medicare (as a specialist, patients 65 and over must have referral from their primary care provider)
  • Moda (except Summit and Beacon Medical Home networks)
  • PacificSource (except OHP/Community Solutions network)
  • Providence Health Plans (except Providence Choice Medical Home network)
  • Regence / Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • TriCare
  • United Healthcare

Anne Marie does accept OHP, but Trillium, the local care coordination for OHP, will not allow any payments to her for patients under their management. Anne Marie has also established maximum visit payments to provide more affordable care for the uninsured and under-insured. Call the office and we’ll help you check your benefits for seeing Anne Marie.

What to Expect

Anne Marie’s vision of quality health care is focused on her primary goals of respectful and compassionate care, ample time with her patients, and affordable health care for women age 12 and up. Her focus on patient care means there may be some differences in what you can expect at your visit.

Below are some helpful hints about a typical visit with Anne Marie and how it might compare to your previous health care experience:

When you arrive:

When you arrive, Anne Marie plans to see you immediately at your appointment time. There is no reception desk, or waiting room, or staff to measure your height, weight, and blood pressure. Anne Marie will spend time with you to review your concerns and medical history, perform a physical exam as needed, discuss your treatment options, and arrange any tests or follow-up appointments.

Rarely Anne Marie will still be with a patient when you arrive; if so you will find clear instructions on the door about where you can relax briefly until she is available. Patient care and privacy is the highest priority.

Where are all the exam rooms?

You may be surprised how small the office is, since it is designed to provide only the office space for consulting with you and exam space for examination and treatment.  Most health care providers maintain at least 3 exam rooms per provider, with patients “stacked” so the provider can move quickly from one patient to another. Your time with Anne Marie is for you, and her goal is to spend the time needed to provide you with the best care. Keeping her office small and reducing staff means she can charge lower fees and spend more time with patients.


Anne Marie accepts cash, check, or credit cards in the office for services, supplies, and tests. A detailed receipt will be mailed to you. If the office is billing your insurance or helping you file for insurance reimbursement that information will be sent along with your detailed receipt.

One of Anne Marie’s goals is to serve all patients, regardless of their ability to pay for services. She maintains and contributes to a fund to help cover the cost of services, supplies, and tests for those without financial means. If you want to help Anne Marie meet her goal of serving all patients, she invites you to contribute to the fund in any amount.

Anne Marie also works to connect uninsured and qualified patients with patient assistance programs to help them pay for medications and treatments.


Anne Marie knows that follow up with the patient is the only way to determine whether her diagnosis or recommended treatment was effective. For many conditions or treatments, don’t be surprised if Anne Marie calls or emails to check on your progress. Most health care providers gather feedback on their diagnosis and treatment of patients only when the patient takes the initiative to contact the provider. Anne Marie is genuinely interested in following your progress to wellness, and believes strongly in follow-up with patients.