PO Box 23364
Flagstaff, AZ 86001-3364
1016 W University Ave
Flagstaff, AZ 86001-2996
We accept most insurance plans EXCEPT we do not accept AHCCCS (Arizona Medicaid) and worker's compensation. Some of the plans we accept include: Medicare, Blue Cross and Blue Shield, United Healthcare, Healthnet, Humana.
If your insurance is not listed, call your insurance company using the phone number on your card to determine if they will cover Dr. Barnwell on your plan.
Scheduling a new patient visit
Barnwell is extremely thorough. This is one key to her success in
diagnosing complicated problems. Please complete all the following forms
before scheduling your first
appointment. She will review the information, request any pertinent
doctors' records or tests and be better prepared to evaluate your
problem during your first visit.
We recommend you complete the following new patient forms online. You will not
need to deliver the forms as you can upload them directly to us and our software
will transfer the data into our databases automatically.
If you prefer, you can print out the forms, complete them by hand, then mail, fax or hand carry them to our office. Click here to print out the forms.
If you are experiencing pain click
- Patient Profile
- Intake Questionnaire
Please note: Dr. Barnwell requires that you complete the new patient forms before making your appointment.
After completing the appropriate forms, schedule a two hour
appointment. The appointment should be at least a week after you
submit the new patient forms to give us the time to get records from other
providers and review them. During that first appointment, Dr. Jane
will conduct an extensive evaluation of your problem and discuss her
findings and recommendations with you.
here to schedule your 2 hour appointment after completing the forms above.
Recommended dress for all visits
that you don’t have to
wear one of those horrible backless gowns, please wear loose fitting
clothes that will allow Dr. Jane to see and examine the problem areas.
Loose fitting shorts are ideal. Sweatpants are fine if they are loose
enough to allow access to the painful areas. Sleeveless tee shirts or
tops are best. Short sleeve shirts are okay. If you are uncomfortable
wearing these in public, you can bring them with you and change
privately at our office.
Map to office
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