Insurance & Payments at Medical Access Urgent Care in Germantown, MD, Woodbridge, VA, & Alexandria, VA
New patients are always welcome at Medical Access! Simply walk-in or request an appointment at a location near you.
Medical Access accepts most major insurance plans. The health plans in which we participate are listed below. If your insurance is listed below, you will only be required to pay your co-pay or deductible at the time of your visit.
Medical Access is a participating provider with all the Blue Cross/ Blue Shield plans. We process our claims as participating provider. You are responsible for any non-covered services as defined by your plan. For patients without insurance we provide the convenience of paying with Check, Cash, MasterCard or Visa. Payment is required at the time of service.
When you visit Medical Access, please carry a copy of your insurance card and photo ID with you.
Maryland Location-Insurances Accepted
- Adventist Health Network
- Carefirst – All Products
- First Health
- Info Med (new name Conifer Health)
- Three Rivers PPO
- Aetna – All Products
- Beech Street PPO
- Conifer Health (formerly Info Med)
- GEHA/United Healthcare
- Johns Hopkins
- Maryland Physicians Care (Medicaid)
- Medical Assistance- Maryland
- One Net PPO
- Priority Partners (Medicaid)
- Amerigroup (Medicaid)
- Blue Cross/Blue Shield
- Coventry Health Plan
- Kaiser (Urgent Care only)
- Mail Handlers
- Optimum Choice
- Riverside Health (Medicaid)
- United Healthcare
Other Payment Options
We accept all major credit cards, ATM cards, cash, and personal checks.
Medical Access accepts insurance as a courtesy to patients. Health insurance is intended to cover some, but not all, of the cost of treatment. Most plans include co-pays, deductibles and other expenses, which may be your responsibility. If we participate with your insurance, GPCA will file the claim. However, the patient is ultimately responsible for knowing their insurance policy and what is or is not covered. Any balanced or non-covered services are your financial responsibility. For your convenience we have provided links to most insurance companies or you may refer to your insurance card for a telephone number to call and verify your coverage.
If you do not have the relevant documents, you may be required to pay for the visit and submit your own insurance claim.