FAQ’s and What to Expect

FAQ’s and What to Expect

“Comprehensive, compassionate and integrative care in one location”

What items will I need for my first appointment?

• Medical and Pharmacy Insurance Cards
• List of all current medications
• Patient Registration Information (completed)
• Patient Medical History (completed)
• Family History Questionnaire for Common Hereditary Cancer Syndromes (completed)
• Treatment and Financial Responsibility (signed)
• Acknowledgement of Receipt of Notice of Privacy (signed)
• Record Release Authority (completed)

What information will I need to provide when I check in?

Once your first appointment has been scheduled, you may print and complete the patient forms (listed
above). If you are unable to print these forms, we would be happy to mail the forms to complete prior to
your appointment. If you choose to complete these forms in our office the day of your appointment, please
arrive 30 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time. As you check in for subsequent appointments,
please let us know of any changes to your address, phone number or insurance coverage.

What if I have to cancel an appointment?

We request the courtesy of at least 24 hours notice for cancellations.

Can family members attend my appointments?

All adult family members are welcome to attend your appointments.

Where can I find directions to your office?

For directions to a specific office, please click the Our Centers tab on the website

How long will my appointment last?

Upon your first visit, you can expect to be in our office for approximately one hour.

What are the office hours?

Our office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30am-5pm.

What if I experience a problem after hours or on a weekend?

An answering service will answer your call after hours and on the weekends. The answering service personnel
will page the on-call physician, who will contact you as soon as possible. One of our physicians is on call at all
times.

What if I have a life-threatening emergency?

Please dial 911 for any life-threatening conditions.