Patient Information

Request an Appointment

Call (202) 331-9293 or use the button below to make an in-person or virtual appointment today.

Patient Portal

Access our practice 24/7. View your records, request prescriptions.

Download Patient Forms

Below are some forms that you may print off and bring with you to your visit, or you can fax them to our office. Our fax number is (410) 584-1739.​ You can also get and fill out these forms at our office when you come in for your visit with one of our gynecologists or OB/GYNs. To view the documents listed on this page, you will need Adobe Reader.

Accepted Insurance

If you do not see your particular insurance plan listed below, our OB/GYNs and Gynecologists might still be able to accept it. Please call our office and we can confirm this for you.

If you have made your appointment, please be sure to bring proof of your insurance (either a physical card or an electronic card) on the day of your visit. We also accept self-pay patients.

If you have any questions regarding what your insurance does or does not cover, please call your insurance provider.

We are unable to accept Medicaid at this office at this time.

    • Aetna (Not in the QHP, or Signature partners network)
    • Aetna International
    • Anthem BCBS Par and PPO (Not in the Pathway Network)
    • BCBS Federal Employee program
    • BlueChoice HMO
    • CIGNA and Great- West (not in the surefit, or connect network)
    • CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield
    • Coventry Health Care
    • Coventry of VA – Formerly Southern Health
    • GEHA
    • Johns Hopkins EHP
    • Johns Hopkins Medicare Advantage
    • MAMSI- Optimum Choice, MDIPA, MAMSI Life & Health
    • Medicare
    • Multiplan
    • OneNet PPO
    • PHCS PPO
    • TriCare Prime US Family Health Plan
    • United HealthCare

Please note this is not a complete list of accepted insurance carriers. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Please call our office number, (202) 331-9293 to schedule an appointment. If you are an existing patient, you can also make appointments via the patient portal.

We want to make the billing and payment process as simple as possible for you to understand and navigate. For more information about our services and billing process, please call (202) 331-9293 and press option 3 then option 5 for our billing department.

Yes, there is a parking garage located at 2120 L St. NW. However, we do not validate parking.

New patients are treated very similarly to our established patients. Check-in might take a bit longer so we can verify you in our system, and you'll have new patient paperwork to fill out as well.


Each patient is different, and it depends on your insurance plan if you have one. Call your insurance provider for more information on what you may owe for certain services and/or your copayment.

Our providers are on-call and deliver at Sibley Memorial Hospital.  Visit the hospital website.

We accept cash, check, and all major credit cards.

Please contact our office at the first indication that you may be running late. We will make every effort to work with you-- however, please be advised that you may be asked to reschedule.

You will be asked for your insurance card, driver’s license and co-pay. Failure to do so may result in your appointment being rescheduled. If you are new to the practice, please bring your completed paperwork downloaded from our website (visit the Patient Forms tab on our website) and any office notes or test results from your referring physician. If you are unable to download paperwork, that is okay. You will fill them out in the office, just make sure to get here 15 minutes before your appointment to allow yourself enough time to finish the paperwork.


This varies. If there is a recent cancellation, you may be able to be seen within a few days. Typically it takes one to three months to schedule a well-woman (annual) visit with the provider of your choice.


If you are in the office, we can help you directly. If not, go to and click on "don't remember your user name or password". Enter your email address and your user name will be emailed to you. You can also visit our Patient Portal tab here on our website and find FAQs specific for the Patient Portal.

At Capital Women's Care D.C., we have 11 highly qualified medical providers.

Federal and State law requires the patient's signature, or that of an authorized personal representative, to release or transfer medical records. The patient records are defined as all records that relate to the health of the patient and are prepared by or under supervision of a health care provider associated with Capital Women's Care. We maintain the patient's rights that all medical records are kept confidential according to all federal and state laws. Please note that in some cases, a fee will be charged for medical record copies. The medical record department will be happy to provide you information about fees, expected turnaround times and other information related to your request. Patients that provide records from another physician, outside of CWC, are encouraged to retain their own copy as Capital Women's Care cannot provide a copy. Please visit the Forms page on our website to download the proper forms.

Prescription refills will be processed only for established patients who have been seen within the past 12 months. Your physician will review your chart and the refill will be called in directly to your pharmacy, within 48 business hours of receipt. If your physician feels an office visit is necessary before a refill can be given, you will be notified by phone. One additional month of refill birth control pills can be called in for established patients. This will allow time to schedule an annual visit.

This varies, but you can expect to be here anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour and a half. This is due to possible shifting of patient needs while they are in their appointments with the doctor. Obstetrics and gynecology often involves emergency procedures, surgical delays, and deliveries. We ask that you bear this in mind when you come for your visit, because our providers want to take care of all of our patients in the best way they can.

Yes, our team of providers is happy to offer second opinions.

A nurse practitioner (NP) is a registered nurse (RN) who has additional education and training in a specialty area, such as family practice or OBGYN. Nurse practitioners (also referred to as advanced practice nurses, or APNs) have a master's degree in nursing (MS or MSN) and board certification in their specialty. They are able to treat illnesses and write prescriptions without a physician present.

Your health insurance contract requires that you be responsible for payment of co-pay fees at the time of the visit. Please bring a form of payment with you for each of your visits.

If you are uninsured, we will still be able to treat you. There are payment options available for self-pay patients. If you are making your appointment, please ask our telephone operators about what services you might be paying for upon your visit. If you are in the office, please ask our front desk staff. However, these will just be estimates and the provider will ultimately decide what exams and tests they would like to conduct which could affect the overall price.

Prior to your visit, we encourage you to call the customer service telephone number located on your medical insurance member-ship card. There are many insurance policies offered by each insurance company. They can best provide co-pay amounts and verify coverage for services according to your specific policy.


Please call our office number, (202) 331-9293 to schedule an appointment. If you are an existing patient, you can also make appointments via the patient portal.