Thank you for choosing Health Services of North Texas for your medical and wellness needs. You are on your way to getting connected to a team of providers that will help you get to your very best healthy. To get started, we need to gather some information about you and your medical history along with some other information that will help us provide you with the very best healthcare experience possible and make check-in a breeze! Completing the forms 24 hours before your appointment is best.
We realize there are some questions that seem unnecessary, but due to demographic reporting requirements, we have to ask. Thank you for understanding.
Complete all five steps for the best results. We are only a phone call away if you need any help and our team members are looking forward to helping you get to your very best healthy.
Please complete the following forms before your appointment.
Please complete this form even if you have health insurance. Doing so will allow our team to apply any discounts that might be available to you.
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The following commercial insurance plans are accepted at HSNT, and we are working daily to add additional insurance carriers. Please check back often to see if yours has been added.
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Denton County Indigent
Group and Pension Administrators (GPA)
*Medicare cards are changing! See what is changing and what the new cards look like here.
HSNT’s sliding fee scale discount is updated annually on April 1st based on the income guidelines set by the US Department of Health and Human Services. This update may change the price you pay for the services provided. Please request more information from our medical center receptionist or ask to speak with a patient service coordinator if you have any questions. We ask that you not delay necessary medical attention for financial reasons.
Health Information Exchange (HIE). Health Services of North Texas participates in electronic health exchanges and may share your health information as a means to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of our healthcare system. Participation is voluntary and will not affect your access to medical care. You may choose to opt-out to the electronic health information exchanges by requesting our OPT-OUT form from your provider or our staff.