Answers to FAQs

What to expect for my first visit?

Arrive 15 to 20 minutes before your appointment. Bring your ID and Insurance card with you. Complete registration and health history.

Do you accept same day appointments?

Yes. Same day appointments are offered based on availability. However, if you call late in the day, we may not be able to accommodate you and may have you come the next day. Please contact our office to confirm available slots and schedule your visit.

What insurance plans do you accept?

We participate in most commercial and Medicare insurance plans. Please call our office to inquire about your particular plan?

I'm scheduled for a physical. Will it be covered by my insurance?

Most insurance plans provide coverage for annual physicals as routine and preventive care. Please contact your insurance company to verify your benefits prior to scheduling your appointment.

What hospitals are you affiliated with?

Our office is affiliated with the following hospitals:

How do I get a referral to a specialist?

If you need a specialist, your provider will create a referral for you during your office visit. Some insurance plans may require authorization prior to being referred to a specialist.

How do I get my lab results?

Lab results are available for viewing on our secure patient portal after your provider has reviewed them. If you do not have access to the patient portal please contact the office. If you do not have web access you may request a printed copy of your labs from your provider.

Do I need to send my old records to you prior to my first visit?

Old records are useful to have for patients with complicated health histories, but for the most part, old records are not necessary for the first visit.

What is the role of your nurse practitioner (NP) and physician assistants (PA)?

Our Physician Assistants (PA) and Nurse Practitioners (NP) have several years of medical training and work under the supervision of our physicians. Just like the physicians, they can diagnose and treat medical problems, perform procedures and prescribe medications.