In This Section:
- Request an Appointment
- Billing/Pay Your Bill
- Request a Copy of Your Dermatology Medical Records
Many insurance companies require a second opinion, pre-authorization, pre-certification or all of these. Please check your health insurance policy or contact your insurance company about their special requirements. If you do not meet these requirements, the insurance company may refuse to pay or may pay a reduced amount for your visit. In that case, you would be responsible for payment of all bills not covered by your insurance. It is your responsibility to contact your health insurance carrier regarding its policy concerning authorization and second opinions. Please bring your insurance cards with you on the day of your appointment.
If you are not covered by insurance, we have Financial Counselors available who can assist in pursuing payment options.
At the Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center and Rubenstein Child Health Building, there are generally two bills that you or your insurance company will receive. One bill covers fees for the doctor’s services, and one bill covers facility, equipment, and staff service charges.
At Green Spring Station, Howard County and Sibley Memorial Hospital, a global fee is charged.
To view or securely pay bills online, visit www.hopkinsmedicine.org/patient_care/pay_bill/pay_bill.html.
If you have questions about any bill you receive from Johns Hopkins Medicine, please contact a billing specialist at one of the numbers listed below:
Johns Hopkins University Clinical Practice Association
1-800-657-0066 (toll free)
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
1-800-757-1700 (toll free)
We are glad to provide you with a copy of your dermatology medical records. To comply with institutional guidelines and HIPAA regulations, we are required to have your signature on the appropriate form below:
Please fax the completed form to the clinic where you have been seen in the past.