Appointments

We want you to have a helpful and productive experience when coming to your appointment. In order for us to provide you with the best possible care, please follow the list below before your visit.

  • An accurate medication list including doses and the number of times you take your medicine is as important as obtaining a history and physical exam. If you do not have a list, then you can bring in all of your pill bottles so that they can be reviewed with your health provider.
  • Let us know if you've had any recent cardiac hospitalizations, tests or procedures when you check in. If you've received care outside of the local area, please let the office know before your appointment so that these records can be reviewed before your visit. You may need to sign a Medical Release form in order for us to obtain these records from your hospital. This form may be printed from our Downloadable Forms page.
  • If you are a new patient to the practice, you can download and complete a New Patient Intake form at home before coming to your appointment.  This form may be printed from our Downloadable Forms page.
  • Remember that you should check with your insurance carrier to verify that we are in network providers with your plan. Please let us know of any changes involving your insurance as soon as possible. You will be required to pay your insurance co-payment when you check in for your appointment. Payments can be made by cash, check, debit or credit card. 
  • If a referral to our office is required for your visit, it is your responsibility to obtain it from your Primary Care Physician.  Please contact our office if you have any questions regarding referrals.

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