What to Expect at Your Appointment
Your time is valuable. And because we want your visit to be as smooth and efficient as possible, the information in this section is intended to help you prepare in advance for your appointment.
New Patient Form
Paperwork for your initial visit can be lengthy, and it is important you take your time and provide as much detail as possible when completing it. If you are unable to do this, please arrive 15-30 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment in order to give yourself enough time to complete the form.
What to Bring
- Completed Patient History form
- A list of your current medications
- X-rays, MRIs or other imaging films
- Information about what treatments and medications you have tried in the past
- Any medical records that you think might be helpful
- Questions you want to ask your physician
- Current photo identification
- Insurance information and card
- Referral from your primary care physician, if applicable
- Co-pays and any outstanding balances
What to Expect
On your first visit, your physician will:
- Review your records, health history and previous tests.
- Discuss your symptoms with you.
- Determine if further diagnostic testing is necessary.
- If diagnostic testing is necessary you may be asked to schedule a follow-up appointment with the doctor to allow time for the test and evaluation of the test before a treatment plan is discussed.
- Finally, your physician will discuss your options for treatment or prevention.
Directions and Parking
Depending upon which clinic or specialty service center your appointment is scheduled at, you can visit our locations page for directions and parking details or call (651) 968-5200 for directions.
Parking varies at each location. Some locations have free parking lots, while others have hourly parking ramps. Please prepare accordingly.
If it is necessary to cancel your scheduled appointment, we require that you provide 24-hours advance notification of your intent to cancel. This will allow us to reallocate that time to someone in need of treatment. Please call (651) 968-5201 to cancel and reschedule your appointment.
Billing & Insurance
You can find frequently asked questions on the Billing & Insurance FAQ web page.
You can find frequently asked questions on the Medical Records FAQ web page.
Estimates and Projections (Multiple Languages)
You have the right to receive a “Good faith estimate” explaining how much your medical care will cost, please read the notice here.
If your question is not answered here, we’re here to help. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call (651) 968-5050 to speak with one of our team members.