What to Bring to Your Appointment
- Your insurance card.
- Physician referral forms, if required by insurance.
- A list of current prescription or over-the-counter medications you are taking, including dose and frequency.
- Pertinent information about your medical and surgical history.
- Any recent X-rays or appropriate records you may have.
Our physicians see patients on a referral basis only from another physician. Please contact your primary care provider to initiate a referral to our office. Please have them send your most recent chart notes, labs and any relevant medical imaging that may be pertinent to your appointment. Our physicians require your notes to be at our office prior to your appointment with us. Most insurances do not require a referral to be processed through them. However, if you have an insurance that does require this, you are responsible to make sure this is in place prior to your visit to our office. If a referral is required and not processed prior to your appointment, you may be responsible for the cost of your visit.
Our office understands your time is valuable and will always make every effort to be respectful of that time. We kindly ask that you extend the same courtesy. If you are unable to keep a scheduled appointment, we ask that you give at least 24 hour notice to give the opportunity for another patient to have that time. We understand emergent things come up and can be out of your control. For this reason, we offer an after hours answering service you can reach anytime, day or night. Just call our office at (425) 709-7055 and you can be directly connected.
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- Health state.
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