Office Visit FAQ’s

What Should I Bring to My Appointment?

Patients should bring any pertinent information such as Xray’s, MRI’s, CT scans, or any other imaging studies. In addition to films patients should bring their insurance cards to every visit. New patients will be required to complete a patient history form. Return patients will be required to update their patient history form every year. (Click here to download)

When Should I arrive for My Appointment?

New patients are asked to arrive 30 minutes prior to their scheduled appointment time to ensure plenty of time to complete any check-in related tasks. Return patients should arrive at least 15 minutes prior their scheduled appointment time.

Who Can Have Access to My Medical Information?

Only people who are listed on your medical release form will be given any information regarding your treatment. If you would like your spouse or other family member to be able to ask any questions they must be listed on your medical information release form. Speak to our receptionist for information regarding medical information releases.

What If I Am Late for My Appointment?

If you are more than 15 minutes late to your appointment the doctor might require you to re-schedule your appointment.

How Long Should I Expect to Wait?

Please understand that every effort is made to ensure that you are seen promptly. With that said our doctors are surgeons, and occasionally emergencies occur that are outside of our control, thus extending the normal wait time.