New Patient Registration
New patients are asked to arrive at the doctor’s office 20-30 minutes before their scheduled appointments in order to fill out new patient forms. Please have your driver’s license, insurance card(s), and demographic information with you so that we can get the data input into your chart. If the patient is a minor, please note that we will need the child’s and the parent’s Social Security number. Click here to obtain a registration form to complete prior to your visit or call your physician’s office and request that one be mailed to you.
For all Patient Appointments
We would like for you to bring any new medications that you are currently taking to your appointment. Please bring the original containers if possible so that we may verify each medication’s name, dosage, etc. This information will allow your us to better serve you. Appointments can be made by calling the office during normal business hours. Please give a clear description of your medical condition to the staff member when scheduling an appointment so that we can allow an appropriate amount of time to address your needs.
Appointments for routine care are best arranged well in advance, preferably at the end of the previous appointment. We encourage the scheduling of routine physicals for school, sports, etc. several months in advance, especially during the summer when there is a greater demand for school and camp physicals. Adults may schedule routine physical exams throughout the year. Calls for sick patient appointments should be made early in the day, so that arrangements can be made for you to be examined or be accomodated at the on site Urgent Care. We value your time and will make every effort to accommodate you as soon as possible.
Chronic health care services include but are not limited to the treatment of high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, thyroid disorders, emphysema, asthma, gastrointestinal disease and heart disease.
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