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Accepted Insurance
We are pleased to provide the following information to highlight commercial and public insurance plans that Whitman-Walker Health accepts. Whitman-Walker continuously reviews our insurance relationships to ensure that we are accessible to our patients and the community.
 

We are proud to offer help from our Public Benefits and Insurance Navigation Team to discuss your health insurance options and enroll you in insurance if you are eligible or assist with problems you may be experiencing. Call 202.745.6151.

If we do not participate with your insurance plan, you will be responsible for the full fee for your services. It’s important to note that you may have out-of-network benefits allowing you to seek reimbursement from your insurance plan for the fees that you paid WWH. Call your insurance plan’s customer service to find out more.

We provide this list as a resource to help you determine whether we accept your specific health insurance plan. This list is not exhaustive. We encourage you to contact your insurance company if you have any questions about whether your specific health insurance plan will be accepted. You will be responsible for any out-of-pocket costs associated with your insurance.

If you have questions about insurance, please contact our Patient Health Billing team at 202.797.3524.

Insurance WWH Accepts:

Medical and Behavioral Health Services

Aetna Plans

Aetna Benefit Category 1

  • Aetna Elect Choice (EPO)
  • Aetna Select

Aetna Benefit Category 3

  • Aetna Open Access Elect Choice
  • Open Access Aetna Select

Aetna Benefit Category 4

  • Aetna Choice POS
  • Aetna Choice POS II
  • Aetna Open Access Managed Choice

Aetna Benefit Category 5

  • Aetna Open Choice PPO

Aetna Benefit Category 6

  • Aetna Traditional Choice

BC/BS Plans

BCBS PPO

BlueChoice HMO

Blue Choice HMO Opt-Out Open Access

Blue Choice HMO Opt-Out Plus

Blue Preferred PPO

FEP Basic Option

FEP Standard Option

Maryland Indemnity/Traditional

Maryland Point of Services (MPOS)

NASCO PPO National Account

NCA Indemnity/Traditional

BCBS Anthem

Anthem BCBS PPO

CIGNA

Cigna POS

Cigna PPO

DC Healthcare Alliance

AmeriGroup

AmeriHealth

*Note we do not accept Trusted Health Plan

Great West

Great West

Medicaid – District of Columbia

(Medical, Behavioral Health, Dental)

Fee for Service (Medical, Behavioral Health, Dental)

AmeriGroup

AmeriHealth

*Note we do not accept Trusted Health Plan

Medicaid – Maryland

(Medical, Behavioral Health)

(No Dental benefits)

Fee for Service

MedStar Family Choice

Medicaid – Virginia

(Medical, Behavioral Health)

(No Dental benefits)

Fee for Service

Anthem Healthkeepers Plus

Medicare

Fee for Service

TRICARE

TRICARE PPO (Standard)

United Behavioral Health

United Behavioral Health

United Healthcare

United Healthcare Choice

United Healthcare Choice EPO

United Healthcare Choice Plus POS (VARIES**)

United Healthcare Student Resources

UHC of the Mid-Atlantic - Navigate and Core Benefits Contracts Mamsi (PPO)

Value Options

Behavioral Health only

Dental Services Plans

Aetna Dental

Care First Blue Cross Blue Shield Dental Plan

Cigna Dental

District of Columbia Medicaid / Alliance

DC AmeriGroup Alliance ($1,000 annual limit) – DentaQuest

DC AmeriGroup Medicaid – DentaQuest

DC AmeriHealth Alliance ($1,000 annual limit) – Scion

DC AmeriHealth Medicaid – Scion

DC Medicaid Fee for Service

Dominion Dental

Insurances that WWH does not accept (not exhaustive):

AARP Health Care Options

DC Medicaid / Alliance Trusted Health Plan

Kaiser Health Plan

Maryland Point of Service

Maryland Primary Adult Care (PAC)

Medicare Advantage Plans

OneNet (PPO) formerly known as Alliance (VARIES**)

Optimum Choice

Tricare Prime

United Healthcare Choice Plus POS (VARIES**)

United Healthcare Compass Plan

** While we will bill your insurance company for this plan, you should be aware that your cost sharing may be significantly higher as Whitman-Walker Health may be treated as out of network so your costs may be 70-85 percent, depending on the specific plan.

All our Services are available in multiple languages upon request.

Our bilingual staff and volunteers will help get the language services you need!

202.745.7000

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