After Hours Emergencies
If you experience a life-threatening emergency, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
Some insurances may require a referral for your visit to our office. Please make sure to contact your insurance company and/or your primary care physician to ensure that you do get a referral if it is required. Failure to obtain a referral, when necessary, may cause your insurance company to deny your claim, and you may have to pay for the visit at the time of service.
If necessary, we will obtain authorization for testing scheduled by our office.
Due to Federal HIPAA Privacy Regulations, a medical release waiver must be signed in order to obtain a copy of your medical records or to have them sent to another health care provider. A fee to process medical records may be assessed. If you are requesting that your records be sent to another provider we ask that you supply us with the appropriate name, address, and phone number.
We prefer to refill your medications at the time of your office visit. Please bring a complete medication list with you to each appointment.
Please be sure to give us at least 24 hours (1 day) notice on all refill requests.
Chronic or long-term medication refills require an office visit before they may be refilled. If it has been more than 60 days since your last visit, we may not be able to refill your prescription by phone.