Secure Web Access
Our patient portal allows patients to access and update their personal health information securely via the internet. Paper forms are no longer required. If you are an existing patient, you can login with the user ID and password provided by our office. If you do not have a user ID and password refer to the instructions below.
NEW PATIENT REGISTRATION
Please Note: All patient registration information can be directly entered using our PATIENT PORTAL. If you do not have a login ID/Username for our portal, please provide the requested information in the form below and submit. Please allow 1-2 business days to receive an email with instructions and a link to gain access. This link will be active for 24 hours. If you miss this time window, you can resubmit the form below to receive a new link.
Once inside the portal, use the tabs on the left side of the page to enter your demographic and medical information.
If you are unable to use the Patient Portal to enter your information, please come to your appointment 30 minutes prior to your scheduled time to complete your registration.
Please note: We require at least 24-hours notice for appointment cancellations. Appointments canceled or rescheduled with less than 24-hours notice will incur a fee. You can read more about our financial and cancellation policies below.
Portal Access Request
PATIENT BILL PAYMENT
Click here to make a secure bill payment.
***IMPORTANT PATIENT INFORMATION***
Appointment Check-In Procedure
Click here to review our new check-in procedure prior to your appointment.
How To Use KLARA to Receive Secure Messages
Click here to learn how to use Klara for the first time.
HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices
At the Dermatology and Skin Cancer Center, we take your privacy seriously. To learn more about your health privacy rights, please refer to our HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices below.
Notice of non-participation with MEDICAID programs.
The NO SURPRISES ACTS
(effective Jan 1, 2022)
If you are not using insurance to pay for your care, let your healthcare provider know in advance. Usually, the provider must give you a good faith estimate of expected charges. This applies when you don’t have insurance or are choosing not to use it. You may choose not to use insurance if the service you need isn’t covered, or it’s less expensive if you pay out of pocket.
In most cases, providers and facilities must give you an estimate when you schedule care at least 3 business days in advance, or if you ask for one. If a bill from one of your providers is at least $400 more than the good faith estimate from that provider, you can dispute your bill.
DSCC Financial Policy
Please review our Financial Policy prior to your appointment.