New Patient Information
We look forward to providing you with the areas best
& Cardiology healthcare. Please read through the
information below to better prepare you for your
What to bring to your first appointment:
- your insurance card
- physician referral forms, if
required by insurance
- your current prescriptions or
over-the-counter medications you take
- pertinent information about
your medical and surgical history
- any recent x-rays or relevant
medical records you may have
- click here
to download the forms you will need to fill out
and bring with you
For an appointment, please call us at 336-538-2494
PLEASE NOTE: At your first
appointment, please bring with you the name, address,
and phone number of the pharmacy that you wish to use.
If your prescriptions are filled by a mail order
pharmacy, please let us know the name, phone number, and
fax number of this service. This will facilitate our
being able to write and refill your prescriptions in a
Prepare for your office visit by:
Organizing your thoughts to make the most of your
Make lists or write down what you donít want to forget.
Keep a diary.
Bring a friend or family member along particularly if
you get tongue-tied in a doctorís office.
During your office visit:
Ask, what is my diagnosis?
Do I understand it well enough to explain it to a family
member? If not, have the physician explain it to you
Ask, what can be done to improve my situation?
Ask, are there any lab or diagnostic tests for me?
Ask, why am I doing that?
How do I arrange and prepare for the tests?
Will the physician call me with the results or should I
call the office?
What medications are being prescribed for me?
What are the expected side effects? Note: Just because a
physician mentions side effects does not mean you are
going to experience these side effects
Donít waste time. Time wasted playing with
prescriptions, hassling with managed care issues, and
struggling with certification logistics is time you are
not spending with your health care provider on important
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