We realize that our patients' time is as valuable as ours, and we make every effort to see patients at their preferred appointment times. We also ask that patients provide as much advance notice as they can when they are running late for an appointment or when they need to cancel. With this advance notice, the time can be scheduled for another patient.
What to Bring to Your Appointment
If you are a first-time patient, please plan on arriving early in order to complete all patient registration forms. All patients should bring the following items to their appointment:
- Insurance card (if your insurance has changed or you have multiple insurance cards, be sure to tell the receptionist)
- Referral forms (if needed)
- List of all prescription and over-the-counter medications that you are currently taking
- Any required co-payment
- Pertinent medical history information
Insurance and Payment Information
We are a provider for most major insurance plans, HMO's, PPO's, and Medicare. When you schedule your appointment, make sure to tell the receptionist your insurance information. For patients without insurance, please call our offices to inquire
about the expenses for an office visit.
Co-payments are due at the time of the appointment. Since we provide insurance billing as a courtesy for all our patients, we
encourage all patients to confirm their coverage before making an appointment. Any questions about insurance coverage and benefits should be directed to your insurance company.