Your first visit to Low Country Dermatology involves a few special steps so that we can get to know you. To understand what to expect, please read through this page.
Prior to your initial visit, you will be asked to fill out patient registration forms to help us get to know you, including your medical and dermatologic history. These forms can be printed out and brought to the office on your first visit, or they can be completed online. We also ask that you look over our financial and privacy policies, and return the signature portion of that form at your fist visit. Please make sure to provide your email address when you are setting up an appointment with us or in your new patient paperwork so we can get your Patient Portal set up.
We are credentialed with all major insurance payers. However, due to each insurance having hundreds of plans, we may not be in-network with your specific plan.
It is the patient’s responsibility to check if we are in-network with their insurance prior to their visit. This process can be made easier by giving the insurance company our Group NPI number.
Low Country Dermatology Group NPI #: 1215257241
The insurance plans that we know we do not accept include:
- Medicaid (Wellcare, CareSource, Peach State, Amerigroup)
- Blue Cross Blue Shield Pathway Plans
- Blue Cross Blue Shield South Carolina