The best way to prepare for your visit with us is to complete all forms (patient history, patient registration, and privacy practices) 48 hours prior to your appointment. You may complete and submit them via the website. You’ll also want to arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time to provide ample time to park and complete the registration process. Our physician’s take pride in staying on time; therefore, we have a strict 15 minutes late policy. If you should arrive 15 minutes or more after your scheduled appointment time, we will make every effort to see you same day; however, we cannot guarantee the same physician or the same day. We frequently have to be rescheduled to another day as our schedules are usually full. We recommend you contact your insurance company an familiarize yourself with your gynecology benefits. It is the patient’s responsibility to know your co-pay, co-insurance, deductible and coverage benefits. We also recommend our patient’s bring a list of covered medication from their insurance company with them to all appointments where you are requesting a prescription, especially for routine medications. We can then determine which medication is best for you at the time of your appointment. If you are requesting a change in medication, we do ask for our patient’s to schedule another appointment, as all medications have different side effects, risks and benefits which need to be discussed in detail. If you bring the list to your initial appointment, we can work together to be sure that the initial prescription is covered by your insurance.