Barrow Second Opinion for Physicians
Continuity of Care with Our Second Opinion Program
Collaboration can be critical when it comes to your patient receiving the best level of care—and that’s exactly why we offer the Barrow Second Opinion program.
Free of charge to healthcare providers, our Second Opinion program allows you to receive timely reviews of your patient’s complex neurosurgical needs from our team of participating neurosurgeons. In fact, you can expect to receive a Second Opinion report within 7 to 10 business days of submitting your patient’s records and imaging to our secure portal.
If you have never used our second opinion program before, please contact Dariela Molinar at BarrowSecondOpinion@DignityHealth.org or (602) 406-3396 to request your account. If you have an account, please log in: Barrow Provider-to-Provider Second Opinion Login.
How It Works
In most cases, a second opinion for your patient can be obtained in six simple steps:
- Email BarrowSecondOpinion@DignityHealth.org or call (602) 406-3396 to connect with our coordinators and request an account
- Log in to your account and create a new request
- Answer a few brief questions about your patient’s medical needs
- Upload your patient’s medical records and imaging
- Submit your request for a second opinion
- Share the report and discuss next steps with your patient
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a cost to me or my patient?
No. As a professional courtesy, the Barrow Second Opinion program for Physicians is provided at no charge to licensed medical doctors.
How long does it take?
Your Second Opinion report will be available electronically within 7 to 10 business days after your submission is complete.
Do I have to send my patient to Barrow for treatment?
No. There’s no expectation you recommend your patient be seen by a Barrow neurosurgeon as a condition of using our Second Opinion program. While we’re happy to accept referrals, our goal in providing this service is to help you and your patient make the most informed decision about their neurosurgical care needs.