PLEASE NOTE: During the COVID-19 crisis, Whitman-Walker will close all walk-in services and offer others through video and audio telehealth appointments. Our health centers at 1525 and Max Robinson Center will remain open for appointment-only COVID-19 testing and scheduled URGENT medical, dental and sexual health clinic appointments. Whitman-Walker at LIZ and Whitman-Walker Youth Services in Eastern Market are closed until further notice. Read more about changes to our services and hours of operations at whitman-walker.org/covid19services.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.
Medical and Behavioral Health Services
Aetna Plans - Aetna Benefit Category 1
Aetna Plans - Aetna Benefit Category 3
Aetna Plans - Aetna Benefit Category 4
Aetna Plans - Aetna Benefit Category 5
Aetna Plans - Aetna Benefit Category 6
DC Healthcare Alliance
Medicaid – District of Columbia
Medicaid – Maryland
Medicaid – Virginia
United Behavioral Health
** 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
Dental Services Plans
Care First Blue Cross Blue Shield Dental Plan
District of Columbia Medicaid / Alliance
Insurances that WWH does not accept (not exhaustive):
Whitman-Walker Health only contracts with BCBS BlueChoice HMO and DC Medicaid MCO products and specific Maryland and Virginia Medicaid MCOs. For all other payers, Whitman-Walker Health does not accept HMO products.
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