What should I bring to my appointment and when should I arrive?
All patients should bring insurance card. New patients should arrive 15 to 20 minutes early to complete paper work and bring any pertinent medical records or have those requested and sent ahead. Return patients should arrive 5 minutes prior to appointment to confirm demographic information.
How are refills handled?
Typically, maintenance medications are filled at the time of the appointment with enough refills until the next appointment. Controlled substance medication refills should be requested 1 week prior to end of the prescription. All other medications should be requested electronically by your pharmacy or requested through the patient portal.
What to bring:
Parents/guardians should bring patient’s SS#, if court documents are necessary for guardianship please bring for patient’s chart, please bring required copay.
The COVID-19 pandemic has effected us all. Currently, in office appointments are preferred but telemedicine appointments can be arranged. There is a mask mandate in Davidson County so a mask is required in the office. As always you can contact the office by phone or the patient portal. Appointments are confirmed 1 to 2 days prior. If the patient or anyone in the family has exposure or tests positive we would appreciate that information prior to the appointment so everyone can stay healthy.