Prepare For a Visit
If you are a new patient, there are some things you can do to make your first appointment as easy and stress-free as possible.
There are a few things you should bring to your first appointment:
Other helpful items you may want to bring include: Health history, including chronic conditions and past surgeries, A copy of your medical records from your previous doctor, A list of specialists you may currently be seeing, and A list of questions you would like to ask the nurse or provider
As a new patient, there is a certain amount of paperwork that will need to be completed. You may complete the paperwork in advance and bring it with you or you may complete it the day of your appointment. We ask that you arrive at least 30 minutes early to allow time to complete the new patient paperwork.
For patients without insurance or insurance with a high deductible, we offer a sliding-fee scale that is based on family size and income to ensure that quality care is readily accessible to everyone. Eligibility for the sliding fee must be renewed on an annual basis.
If you are applying for the sliding fee program, please be certain to bring the necessary documentation