Find District of Columbia District of Columbia hospitals, children's and pediatric centers, patient care & medical facilities, urgent care, emergency room, ambulance, and EMS emergency services. Hospitals provide information on patients, healthcare, medical procedures, doctor visits, and medical insurance.
11th Medical Group 1001 G Street Northwest Washington DC 20001 202-660-0005
Children's National Medical Center 111 Michigan Avenue Northwest Washington DC 20010 202-476-5000
George Washington University Hospital 900 23rd Street Northwest Washington DC 20037 202-715-4000
George Washington University Hospital 2150 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest Washington DC 20037 202-715-4000
Georgetown University Hospital 3800 Reservoir Road Northwest Washington DC 20007 202-444-2000
Howard University Cancer Center 041 Georgia Avenue, Nw, Suite 220, NW Washington DC 20060 202-806-7697
Howard University Hospital | Washington, DC 2041 Georgia Avenue Northwest Washington DC 20059 202-865-6100
MedStar Georgetown University Hospital 3800 Reservoir Road Northwest Washington DC 20007 202-444-2000
MedStar Washington Hospital Center 110 Irving Street Northwest Washington DC 20010 202-877-7000
National Rehabilitation Hospital 102 Irving Street Northwest Washington DC 20010 202-877-1000
Providence Hospital 1150 Varnum Street Northeast Washington DC 20017 202-854-7000
Psychiatric Institute of Washington, The 4228 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest Washington DC 20016 202-885-5600
Sibley Memorial Hospital 5255 Loughboro Road Northwest Washington DC 20016 202-537-4000
Universal Health Services 3230 Pennsylvania Avenue Southeast Washington DC 20020 202-583-1189
Veterans Affairs Medical Center 50 Irving Street Northwest Washington DC 20422 202-745-8000
Walter Reed Army Medical Center: Dean Robert MD 6900 Georgia Avenue Northwest Washington DC 20012 202-782-6406
The Emergency Treatment and Labor Act gives individuals the right to emergency care regardless of their ability to pay. Nevertheless, Hospital staff will ask for insurance information, if possible, upon a patient's arrival. Hospitals are not obligated to treat uninsured patients that are not experiencing an emergency.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act entitles all patients to have access to their medical records. Most Hospitals will require an authorization form and picture identification before releasing medical records. In rare cases, a Hospital may withhold certain information, such as psychotherapy notes.
Hospitals develop a list of charges for each of the Hospital's procedures and supplies. The list, referred to as the Chargemaster, covers thousands of items and forms the basis for billing patients and third party payers.