After your appointment has been scheduled, you will receive a new patient packet. Please complete these forms and bring them with you to your first visit. Please arrive at least 30 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment. If you did not receive them, click here to download or print. A driver’s license or photo ID, insurance card, and any insurance deductible will be required at the visit.
Your insurance card should list many of your responsibilities. Read both the front and back.
Check your policy manual, your personnel department at work, your retirement benefits department, or the phone number listed on your insurance card.
Some HMOs and “Managed Care” policies require either a written or an electronic insurance referral to see a specialist, PRIOR to your appointment. This request must be authorized by your primary care physician or personal care physician (PCP) and the referral must be verified by our practice before your visit.
Check with your insurance company to determine if a referral is required prior to a visit.
Contact your primary care physician and request an insurance referral. Tell them what insurance you have, and the name of the doctor you will be seeing. Your own PCP may have certain policies regarding referrals. Please contact him/ her for specifics.
Yes. Before making an appointment with a specialist, call your primary care physician.
Yes. You will need to have a referral from your PCP.