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Patient Guide

Are you a new patient? For your convenience we offer registration forms on-line. Click here to get registration forms and information about what to bring to your first visit. Whether you are a new patient or currently under care, please refer to the following information about our practice.


Patients are seen by appointment Monday-Friday and we request that you call in advance to schedule so that we can reserve time for you. If you are unable to keep a scheduled appointment, please call or let us know as soon as possible. A 24-hour notice is appreciated. We will make every effort to honor your appointment time; however, emergency situations occasionally arise and create delays. We appreciate your patience on these occasions.

Office Visits Reminders:

  • Bring all your medicines (in original containers)

  • Bring your insurance cards

  • Bring your co-pay or deductible at the time of the visit

  • Bring your referral physician paperwork if applicable

Telephone Advice or Questions:
If you have a medical question, please feel free to call our office with non-emergency calls between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., when your records are readily available. Our nurses and staff are specially trained to answer your questions and pass information between you and your physician. We will make every effort and attempt to return your call by the end of the day.

In the case of non-life-threatening emergency, please contact the office 24 hours a day.
Our professional answering service will connect you with physician on-call for after-hour emergencies. For any life-threatening emergency, please call 911.

If you need a refill on your prescription medication, please call your pharmacy and they will check with your physician regarding refill requirements. If you call the office for a refill, please have the phone number of your pharmacy ready so we can expedite your request.

You Can Download Patient Forms Here:

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