New Patient Forms
All the new patient forms can be downloaded using the link below. Once you open the forms, you can print them. Please bring completed forms to your first appointment in order to expedite the initial paperwork process and reduce waiting times.
Note that in the forms, you will need to sign that you have seen the notice of privacy practices which is found below.
This notice describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information.
Appointments, Changes, and Cancellations
We realize that our patients' time is valuable, and we make every effort to see patients at their scheduled appointment time. We ask that patients provide as much advance notice as possible when running late for an appointment or when cancelling. With this advance notice of cancellation, the time can be scheduled for another patient.
For our patients' convenience, we offer lunchtime, evening, and occasional Saturday appointments.
What to Bring to Your Appointment
If you are a first-time patient, please print and complete a copy of the new patient form you will find above and bring it with you (or please plan to arrive 15 minutes early if you cannot complete the form in advance). Please also bring the following items to the appointment:
- Insurance card(s)
- Photo identification
- Referral form from your PCP (if required)
- List of all prescription and over-the-counter medications that you are currently taking
- Any required co-payment
- Pertinent medical and surgical history information
- X-ray films that you may have
Insurance and Payment Information
We are a provider for Medicare and most major insurance plans. We encourage all patients to confirm their coverage prior to making an appointment. Co-payments are due at the time of the appointment. You are responsible for any unpaid balance not covered by insurance. We accept Visa and Mastercard. Please ask us about our flexible payment plans.
Please call us with any questions regarding which insurance plans we accept or other billing concerns. Insurance coverage and benefit questions should be directed to your health insurance provider.