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Making Your Appointment

When making an appointment, please have your insurance information, Social Security number, and the name and date of birth of the insurance subscriber available. If you are a new patient of our practice or transferring care from another provider, we will need your medical records. Please contact your previous health care provider and have them fax the records to our office.

When making your appointment, please give all of the reasons for your visit. This allows us to schedule adequate time for the doctor to see you. You must present your insurance card and government-issued photo identification at every visit. If you need to cancel or change your appointment time, please contact our office as early as possible, but no later than 24 hours before your scheduled appointment.


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Patient Forms

Save time by filling out and bringing the following forms to your appointment:

Gynecology Patient Forms Obstetrics Patient Forms
 

Insurance & Payment

We accept most insurance plans and file claims for you as a courtesy. However, it is your responsibility to be familiar with the details of your health insurance plan. If you have questions about your coverage of the care we provide, we will gladly help you find the answers.

Co-pays, as dictated by your insurance carrier, are collected at the time of your visit. When making a payment, we accept cash, checks, Visa™, MasterCard™, Discover™, and American Express™.

Common Insurance Terms

• Deductible - This is the amount you must pay before your insurance plan begins to pay. Individual and family deductibles are usually tallied separately.
• Co-Payment - Also called a co-pay, this is what you pay our office each time you visit. Your insurance determines the amount you must pay.
• Co-Insurance - Some insurance plans require you to pay a percentage of your total bill. This could be in addition to a co-payment.
• Maximum Out-of-Pocket Expense - Sometimes called a catastrophic cap. This is the most you will have to pay for covered health care per year before your insurance covers all of the costs.