New Patients

If you are new to our practice, here is some information that will help make your first visit easier and more productive.

We participate with most major insurance companies and managed care plans. All HMO and managed care plans require a referral for services. It is your responsibility to obtain any necessary referrals and referral forms. Please contact your primary care physician for the appropriate referral and bring the referral with you on the day or your initial visit. Referrals should clearly state an office visit/consult, skin testing and spirometry to allow for an appropriate evaluation.

You are responsible for all co-payments, deductibles and any services not covered by your insurance carrier. These are due at the time of service. Please review your insurance benefits and have your insurance card with you at all of your appointments.

No antihistamines should be taken within 48 hours of your initial visit. Bronchodilator inhalers should not be used on the morning of your appointment unless needed. All other medications should be continued. If you have any concerns about stopping your medication call your prescribing physician.

Please bring prior medical records, including laboratory and x-ray reports related to prior treatments of your condition. Please obtain these records prior to your appointment.

Directions to our offices are available on this website. Be sure you know which office you have your appointment.

New patient appointments are available may take anywhere from 45 to 120 minutes.

Download new patient information sheet and HIPAA form and fill these out in advance:

NOTE: You may type into the blank form fields in this PDF, print the form, and bring it into our office on your next visit. The PDF file cannot be “Saved,” but can be completed using your keyboard.

Please call at least 48 hours in advance if you need to reschedule your appointment.