1 Corinthians 10:31
“So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.”
– What information do I need to provide to schedule an appointment?
We will need your (or the patient’s) name, date of birth, health insurance information, and a brief description of your chief complaint for the appointment. Additionally, we may need a cell number or email address for electronic appointment reminders.
– What should I bring to my appointment?
A list of all medications and supplements you are taking, a copy of your insurance card, a government issued photo ID and your copay.
– How can I get a copy of my test results or medical records?
You can either request these in person or access them through our private Patient Portal. The staff will gladly walk you through getting access to your records.
– How do I get my medications refilled?
Contact your pharmacy first for refills, they will get the request process started for you. We will get these refilled within 1-2 business days during regular business hours.
– What type of patients do you see?
We are a family practice clinic that provides comprehensive care for newborns and infants, children to teens, young adults to the elderly. We provide a full range of services including acute sick care, preventive and well visits, chronic disease management and minor procedures.
– What type of insurances do you accept?
We accept most major insurances including Medicare, Blue Cross, United Healthcare, AETNA, Cigna, Humana, Community Care and over 50 other companies. If you have any questions, call your insurance plan or our office.