Mrs Katheryn Rose Barry, LCSW - Medicare Clinical Social Worker in Apo, AE

Mrs Katheryn Rose Barry, LCSW is a medicare enrolled "Social Worker - Clinical" provider in Apo, Armed Forces Europe. Her current practice location is Unit 3240 Box 445, Apo, Armed Forces Europe. You can reach out to her office (for appointments etc.) via phone at (063) 714-76951.

Mrs Katheryn Rose Barry is licensed to practice in Missouri (license number 2006008051) and she also participates in the medicare program. She does not accept medicare assignments directly but she may accept medicare through third-party (refer to Reassignment section below) and may also prescribe medicare part D drugs. Her NPI Number is 1023343118.

Contact Information

Mrs Katheryn Rose Barry, LCSW
Unit 3240 Box 445,
Apo, AE 09094-3240
(063) 714-76951
Not Available



Healthcare Provider's Profile

Full NameMrs Katheryn Rose Barry
GenderFemale
SpecialitySocial Worker - Clinical
LocationUnit 3240 Box 445, Apo, Armed Forces Europe
Accepts Medicare AssignmentsMedicare enrolled and may accept medicare through third-party reassignment. May prescribe medicare part D drugs.
  NPI Data:
  • NPI Number: 1023343118
  • Provider Enumeration Date: 10/08/2009
  • Last Update Date: 10/08/2009
  Medicare PECOS Information:
  • PECOS PAC ID: 7517254550
  • Enrollment ID: I20160920000566

Medical Identifiers

Medical identifiers for Mrs Katheryn Rose Barry such as npi, medicare ID, medicare PIN, medicaid, etc.
IdentifierTypeStateIssuer
1023343118NPI-NPPES

Medical Taxonomies and Licenses

TaxonomyTypeLicense (State)Status
1041C0700XSocial Worker - Clinical 2006008051 (Missouri)Primary

Medicare Reassignments

Some practitioners may not bill the customers directly but medicare billing happens through clinics / group practice / hospitals where the provider works. Medicare reassignment of benefits is a mechanism by which practitioners allow third parties to bill and receive payment for medicare services performed by them. Mrs Katheryn Rose Barry allows following entities to bill medicare on her behalf.
Entity NameOzark Center
Entity TypePart B Supplier - Clinic/group Practice
Entity IdentifiersNPI Number: 1790796878
PECOS PAC ID: 4789588088
Enrollment ID: O20050223000110

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Medicare Part D Prescriber Enrollment

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Mailing Address and Practice Location

Mailing AddressPractice Location Address
Mrs Katheryn Rose Barry, LCSW
Psc 2 Box 11813,
Apo, AE 09012-0068

Ph: (063) 719-79944
Mrs Katheryn Rose Barry, LCSW
Unit 3240 Box 445,
Apo, AE 09094-3240

Ph: (063) 714-76951

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Clinical Social Worker
Medicare: Not Enrolled in Medicare
Practice Location: Unit 23746, Apo, AE 09034
Phone: 160-209-0423    
Linda Riddle,
Clinical Social Worker
Medicare: Not Enrolled in Medicare
Practice Location: 86 Mdg Unit 3215, Apo, AE 09094
Phone: 314-479-2666    
Mark Wesseler, LCSW
Clinical Social Worker
Medicare: Not Enrolled in Medicare
Practice Location: Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, Unit 33100, Apo, AE 09180
Phone: 314-590-2015    
Mrs. Thin Phyu Bur, LCSW-C
Clinical Social Worker
Medicare: Not Enrolled in Medicare
Practice Location: 852 Mds/sg, Unit 3503, Apo, AE 09104
Phone: 314-458-3378    
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Practice Location: 86 Mdg, Unit 3215, Ramstein Ab, Apo, AE 09094
Phone: 314-479-2390    
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Clinical Social Worker
Medicare: Not Enrolled in Medicare
Practice Location: Psc 2 Box 11102, Apo, AE 09012
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