How to Become a Patient
Your insurance company may require that you get a referral from your Primary Care Physician before becoming a patient. Please check your policy. If required, you must get the proper authorization from your insurance company before scheduling your appointment.
Scheduling Your First Appointment
If a referral is required, the referring physician may schedule the appointment for you; or, once you receive the referral, you may schedule the appointment yourself by telephoning our office.
If your insurance does not require a referral, please call our office directly to schedule your first appointment.
Our telephone numbers can be found below.
What to Bring to Your First Appointment
When you come for your first appointment, please bring the following:
- Your insurance card,
- A list of your current medications,
- Your contact information (telephone and mailing address),
- Details of your medical history,
- Your co-pay.
Save Time - Apply Online!
If you would like to fill-in your New Patient Registration form prior to your first appointment, you may download them and fill them out ahead of time or submit the form online.
You may also download, fill out, and print the SNOT-22 and HIPAA Release Forms to bring to your first appointment.
New Patient Registration
Download and fill out the SNOT-22 Form and bring it with you before your first visit.
Download and fill out the HIPAA Release Form and bring it with you before your first visit.
You can save time by filling out the Financial Responsibility Form through this website. Submit Online
If You Do Not Have Insurance
If you do not have insurance, please be sure to reach out to the Office Manager before scheduling your appointment. Our self-pay patients have found it very helpful to understand the many options that are available, and appreciate having this resource available to them before their first appointment.
If you are considering getting health insurance, it is important for you to understand how insurance works. Our Office Managers can provide basic information that can be invaluable as you make this financial decision.