For your first appointment, you will need these forms completed before arrival to the office.
To obtain or release medical records, please fill out and return the document below.
Along with these forms, be sure to bring the following to your appointment:
- your insurance cards.
- your medications in their original bottles.
What To Expect During Your Visit:
Office visits can be a time consuming challenge. These are some tips on conduct in the office that would improve efficiency and help keep everyone on time.
- Patients are seen by physician referral only. If you are unable to keep an appointment, please give us at least 24 hours notice.
- Please arrive for your appointment 15 minutes early. If we are ahead of schedule, we’d love to get you into a room sooner to keep the doctor on time.
- Please silence or turn off your cell phones as soon as you step into the office. Phone calls disrupt other patients and the distraction of texting during an appointment is totally inappropriate.
- If there is a scheduling conflict and you cannot make your appointment, please let us know as soon as possible. There are many people waiting to see the doctor and because of that fact, please don’t be surprised that you cannot reschedule for later in the week or next week.
- If you will be late, please call ahead to let us know you are on your way. This way we can rearrange the schedule a bit to accomodate the change for the nurses’ and the doctors’ schedule.
- If the doctor is held up at the hospital or called away to the hospital we will notify you and offer to rearrange your appointment. These are unavoidable at times due to the emergent nature of some neurologic illnesses.