Before Your Visit
When making your appointment please verify that we accept your insurance.
Referrals - if your insurance provider requires a referral please make sure that the referral is obtained prior to your visit.
If you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment you must do so at least 24 hours prior to your scheduled appointment. Please see our policies page for more information.
To save time, print and complete your Patient Forms prior to your visit.
What to Bring With You
Your insurance card.
Your Driver’s License or ID card.
Any relevant information including x-rays, MRI films, radiology reports, test results and lab results.
A list of current medications and dosages.
Optional: Completed patient forms and medical history forms. You can download the forms and bring the completed forms with you or you can complete the forms in our office.
What to Expect At Your First Visit
When you arrive
When you arrive for your visit you will need to complete a patient form and medical history form and we will need to make a copy of your insurance card and Driver’s License or ID Card. Please arrive 20 minutes before your appointment time to allow time to complete forms and check in. If you prefer, you can download the forms and bring the completed forms with you (arrive 5 – 10 minutes early if you are bringing completed forms).
You will find that our staff is friendly and caring. If you have any questions feel free to ask.
We make every effort to keep to our appointment schedule and run on-time. Our primary commitment, however, is to provide our patients with the best care. Sometimes this requires extra time which can impact our schedule and cause us to run behind schedule. When this occurs, we ask for your patience and understanding.
Your doctor will meet with you and ask you pertinent questions about your condition and concerns. He will also review any relevant radiology reports, lab results or test results so please bring copies with you. Our doctors will listen carefully to you and answer any questions that you may have.
Treatment, Testing and Prescriptions
Your doctor will review your information and advise you of a treatment plan or of additional testing that may be required. If a prescription is required, it will provided to you at your visit. We encourage you to ask any questions that you may have about your treatment plan, testing options and medication that may be prescribed to you.