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We want to make sure your time with us is as productive and effective as possible. Taking some simple steps to prepare for your visit helps you get the most out of your appointment.

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Prepare for Your Visit

  Before Your Appointment

Plan to arrive 15 minutes ahead of your appointment time.

Bring your prescription bottles or a list of your medications, including herbs and vitamins. This list should include the name of the medication, dosage and the provider who prescribed it to you.

Bring any previous, relevant medical records you may have.

Follow any pre-appointment instructions you may have been given (fasting, liquids, medicines, etc.).

Before you leave, make sure you have your health insurance ID card and picture ID (for example, your driver’s license).

After your appointment

We invite you to complete a Patient Comment Card. Tell us about your experience so we can serve you better. You may also receive a survey by email.

Some things to remember

If you can’t make your appointment, please call the scheduling line to cancel it. This will help us use that time for another patient.

Make sure to get any needed tests done in advance. This way your provider has them to review at your appointment.

Be honest with your provider. Make sure to tell him or her any health concerns you might have

Patient Forms

Access commonly used patient forms including filling out new patient registration packet

 Patient Registration


Request For Records


HIPPA Forms.


Advanced Directives.


Health and Wellness Tips

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