Capital Women’s Care participates with most major insurance plans. If we are not contracted with your insurance carrier, you may be able to see a Capital Women’s Care physician using your out-of-network benefits.
- Adventist Health Net
- Aetna (Not in the QHP network)
- Anthem BCBS Par and PPO (Not in the Pathway Network)
- Beech Street
- BlueChoice HMO
- CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield of Maryland
- CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield of the National Capital Area
- Blue Cross Blue Shield Federal Employee Program
- Coventry Health Care
- First Health
- GHW / CIGNA (CIGNA logo on the ID card)
- Informed CHP Conifer Health
- Johns Hopkins EHP
- Kaiser Mid-Atlantic (Limited)
- Maryland Physicians Care MCO
- Medicare Railroad
- OneNet PPO
- Optimum Choice
- PHCS PPO
- Priority Partners MCO
- Travel Care Services
- TriCare Prime US Family Health Plan
- United Health Care
- United Health Care MCO
● It is important to bring your current insurance card to every office visit.
● Copayments are due at the time of service.
● If required by your insurance plan, bring your referral from you Primary Care Physician.
● You may be responsible for the portion of your charges not covered by your insurance policy.
Appointment Policy (and required FORM)
Our Office welcomes new and returning patients. We are committed to ensuring that the administrative aspects of your visit are handled with the same high level of professionalism and care as the medical portion.
Please arrive 20 minutes before your appointment to update/complete required paperwork.
INSTRUCTIONS TO ASSIST YOU WITH THE REQUIRED FORMS:
Please bring completed forms with you the day of your appointment
- CLICK ICON to OPEN, then PRINT the forms
- Please COMPLETE FORMS
- BRING the completed forms with you to your appointment
- Please allow time for this information to be added to your record at your appointment
- You MUST bring your insurance card and driver’s license (or other legal picture id).
THESE ARE THE FORMS YOU WILL NEED FOR YOUR VISIT:
Please print the following forms out as needed, complete them at home, and bring them with you to your consult to save time on the day of your appointment.
Obstetrics and Gynecology often involves emergency procedures, surgical delays, and deliveries. We ask for your understanding, if we are running behind schedule. Staff will always try to attempt to notify you with notice.
PATIENT Medical Emergencies: If you have..
- A life threatening emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
- If you have an urgent medical concern during office hours, please call the office at 301-279-9400