Patient Info


Please click the links below for more information about each topic:

Appointment Scheduling
  • Please call one of our friendly staff for an appointment.
  • As a courtesy, we will make every effort to contact you before your appointment to remind you of your visit. This is done as a courtesy. It is your responsibility to remember and keep your appointments once they are made.

What to Bring to Your Appointment
  • Your insurance card and photo identification card. Due to rampant identity theft in Arizona and for your protection, you will not be seen without photo identification.
  • Copayment / payment for your visit. Your insurance may require us to collect a copay at the time of your visit. You may be rescheduled if payment is not arranged prior to your appointment.
  • Physician referral forms, if required by insurance.
  • List of current prescription and any over-the-counter medications you are taking, including how much (dose), and how often (frequency) you take them.
  • Any recent imaging studies (x-rays, CT, ultrasounds, bone scans, etc.) in film or electronic (CD, DVD, DICOM, JPG, etc.) format. To avoid any delays in your treatment, it is imperative that YOU bring these imaging studies to your office visit.
  • Any recent lab / blood / urine test results.
  • Completed Registration Forms. Click here to download the New Patient Packet & Forms. Completing forms and returning them to our office before arriving for your appointment will save you time on the day of your visit.

Insurance Information

Your Phone Calls and Inquiries
  • If your questions can not be adequately answered by one of our medical staff, we will forward your concerns to our providers, who will then respond to your question. We will usually address your concerns the same business day.

Prescriptions

Lab Results
  • Our office will always inform you of your lab results.
  • Do NOT assume that a lab results is “normal” or “negative” merely because you have not heard from us. You should assume an “abnormal” or “positive” lab result and you should call us to let us know that you have not received your results. On rare occasions, we do not receive the results of a test even though you had it done.
  • You should hear from our office within two (2) weeks (14 days) of getting the test done. In general, you will be scheduled to follow up with an office visit to discuss any lab findings and its implication on your health.

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