Pay by Mail, Phone or In Person

Pay by Mail

If you prefer to mail your payment, detach the payment stub from your billing statement. Put it in the return envelope provided with your Premium Invoice, along with a check made out to Physicians Plus Insurance Corporation.

If you are mailing a payment without a stub, please write your account or policy number in the memo line of your check. Mail the check to –

PHYSICIANS PLUS INSURANCE CORPORATION
PO BOX 3057
MILWAUKEE, WI 53201-3057


Pay by Phone

To pay by phone, call Member Services at (800) 545-5015. You can also set up recurring payments via  Automated Clearing House (ACH) by phone.

Pay in Person

Paying in person may add up to five business days to the time your payment is credited to your account. If you prefer to pay in person stop by any of these Quartz locations, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. –

Quartz
840 Carolina Street
Sauk City, WI 53583
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Quartz
2651 Midwest Drive
Onalaska, WI 54650
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Quartz Rimrock
2650 Novation Parkway
Madison, WI 53713
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If you don’t have your premium invoice, be sure to write your account or subscriber number in the memo line of your check.

Pay Online

Simplify Your Life with Online Billing

Quartz offers several ways to simplify your premium payments. You can now pay online –

  • Fill out this form to set up secure online funds transfer (Electronic Funds Transfer or EFT)
  • Set up recurring payments through MyChart (Automatic Clearing House or ACH)

Important facts to know about paying your premium invoice –

Pay BEFORE the due date

  • Payments take at least one business day to process
  • We will send you a late payment notice if your payment is not received by the due date If you don’t want to get these reminders, pay your Premium Invoice before it is due.   

Grace Periods

  • If you don’t pay all outstanding balances within your grace period, your policy will be terminated
  • Payments take one business day to process. Pay two business days before the end of your grace period if you want to keep your health insurance.