Barnard Medical Center is accepting new patients.
All new telehealth patients must be residents of Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, D.C., Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, Missouri, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and Washington. Please note that we do not participate with all insurances and we only accept Maryland, and Washington, D.C. Medicaid plans. Please connect with our front desk staff to review insurance plans.
Begin by clicking here to create a portal account. Once you have created your portal account, a member of our staff will contact you within 24 hours.
Once you have scheduled your appointment you can upload medical records through the patient portal or they can be faxed to our medical office at 202-527-7400. If we do not have medical records from you prior to your appointment, your appointment will be rescheduled.
Check in Before Your Visit!
Streamline your appointment with Barnard Medical with EPION’s Pre-Visit Check-in.
Our pre-registration software, EPION, assists us in giving you the best experience possible.
How It Works: After scheduling your appointment, you will receive a text message and email within an hour. This message will contain a link asking you to verify your information. You will be asked to fill out your demographic information, upload a picture of your insurance card and driver’s license, sign consent forms and fill out a medical history questionnaire.
Once you have completed all the forms, you will be all set!
We require that you complete these forms 72 hours prior to your scheduled appointment. Your appointment may be rescheduled if we do not have your forms completed.
Preparing for your telehealth appointment:
Our HIPAA-compliant telehealth video-conferencing software, Athena Telehealth, makes it easy to connect with your clinician remotely.
How It Works: Visit the Telemedicine page for detailed steps to schedule your appointment.
In accordance with government rules, we provide all patients with a Notice of Privacy Practices to explain how patient medical information is used.