Patient Forms & Policies

Your first visit to Mitchell Dermatology involves a few special steps so that we can get to know you. To understand what to expect, please read through this page. You’ll find all the practical information you need!

We welcome you to print and fill out these forms so we can expedite your first visit:


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We gladly accept the following: Cash, Check, MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover, Debit Cards, Aspire, Brilliant Distinctions and Care Credit.

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CareCredit helps you pay for out-of-pocket healthcare expenses for you and your family! Once you are approved, you can use it to help manage health, wellness, and personal care costs not covered by insurance.

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To schedule an appointment, please call us at (419) 871-3737. If, for any reason you cannot keep a scheduled appointment, or will be delayed, please call us as soon as possible.

We respectfully request 48 hour notice for all cancellations.

We require a $25 deposit which can be used towards your treatment or product.

Payment for office visits and services such as biopsies, excisions, and cosmetic services are expected at the time of the appointment. Many insurance plans require co-payments, co-insurances and/or deductibles. We will collect these payments at your appointment.

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*We apologize we do not accept Medicaid, Paramount Advantage & Buckeye Health Plan.

We accept most insurance plans. Please have your insurance card available when you make your appointment. This will help us confirm if we accept (are contracted with) your insurance carrier and verify your benefits.

We currently accept assignment from Medicare and participate with most preferred provider insurance plans. Please check with your insurance company to find out if our office participates with your plan or call our billing department for further guidance. The patient is responsible for any deductible and co-insurance balance.

Frequently, health insurance companies may pay only part of the physician’s fee and services. The extent of your benefits is determined by your individual policy. Please keep in mind that services have been rendered to you, the patient, not the insurance company, and you are ultimately responsible for any outstanding balance on your account. We allow thirty (30) days for submission and processing of insurance claims.

We will gladly assist you with questions regarding claims with your insurance company. An account balance outstanding more than thirty (30) days is considered delinquent and at this point, your account may be turned over to collections.


We are contracted with United Health Care, Aetna, Anthem, Humana, Meridian, Frontpath, Medical Mutual, Medicare and Paramount (except advantage). We apologize we do not accept Medicaid.

We accept Cash, Check, MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover, Debit Cards, Care Credit and Brilliant Distinctions.

Cosmetic procedures are considered elective and are not covered by your insurance company because they are considered not medically necessary. Examples of such procedures are Botox, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, Restylane, skin tag removals and removal of benign moles.

It is a comprehensive exam where the provider will ask you about both your family and personal skin history—whether anyone has had skin cancer, how often you’re exposed to the sun, how many sunburns you’ve had, and of course, whether you’ve ever done any indoor tanning.

The provider will exam every inch of your skin from your scalp to between your toes. If you’re feeling self-conscious, remember that they’ve seen it all before and a few minutes of exposure means knowing the truth about your skin. This is a great time for you to get familiar with your skin also. If you need anything removed, that may happen at a later appointment.


Skin Cancer Self-ExamD

You should see a dermatologist yearly for a full body skin exam. It is the best way to spot skin cancers early, and if they are caught early, skin cancers are 100 percent curable.

We not only see children, teenagers and young adults for full body skin exams, but we also treat them for common skin conditions such as acne, eczema, psoriasis and warts.