Frequently Asked Questions

  • Identification (such as driver’s license or passport)
  • Medicare card and private health Insurance card or information
  • List of current medications or supplements
  • Any relevant medical records or reports
  • List of symptoms or concerns you want to discuss

Yes, arriving 10-15 minutes early allows time to complete paperwork or update your information.

Appointments can vary but typically range from 15 to 30 minutes for a routine checkup. Complex issues might require more time.

It’s advisable to follow any specific instructions provided by the clinic, especially if blood work or specific tests are scheduled.

Let the reception staff know and they will inform you of any specific requirements.

If you are feeling unwell or are having a procedure, you may need someone to transport you home. Contact the reception staff if you have concerns.

Contact reception to cancel or reschedule as soon as you know you cannot attend the practice at the scheduled time.

Discussion about your medical history, current health, and any concerns.

Physical examination, which might include checking your blood pressure, weight, height, and other vital signs.

Discussion of potential preventive measures or screenings.

Diagnosis and treatment recommendations if needed.

Absolutely. Your provider needs accurate information to give you the best care possible. 

Yes, your doctor is bound by confidentiality rules and your information will be kept private.

Don’t hesitate to ask for clarification. It’s important that you fully understand any instructions or explanations.

Depending on your health status, your provider might recommend a follow-up visit for further assessment or monitoring.

You can call the practice for clarification or additional information.

Your provider will give the script to you or may send prescriptions directly to the pharmacy. You can visit the pharmacy to get your script filled or to pick them up there.

The timing can vary based on the tests conducted. Your doctor will inform you when to expect results and how they will be communicated to you.

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