Please note that our office does not provide primary care. Patients must be referred to our office for evaluation by their own primary care provider or by one of the local hospital emergency departments.
Prior to the scheduling of any appointment, your medical records must be received and reviewed by our office as they are important and essential in the proper evaluation of any urological problem.
If you are scheduled for an appointment and believe you are having a medical emergency, (uncontrolled bleeding, difficulty breathing, chest pain, etc.) please do not wait for your appointment. We advise you to call 911 or your local emergency services provider and be transported to a hospital emergency department for stabilization and treatment of your emergency.
If you can not make your scheduled appointment, please notify us as soon as possible.
Please arrive at your appointment on time. (Directions to our office may be found here.) We respectfully request you be present in our waiting room fifteen minutes prior to your appointment time. This will allow you to complete any required paperwork as well as work with a member of our administrative or billing team should your specific situation require these services. To further save you time, you may print and complete our patient visit forms prior to your arrival at our office.
As we do not provide your primary care, it is essential that you bring a list of all medications your are taking to each and every visit. This list should include all which are prescribed as well as any over the counter, vitamins & supplements and herbal or homeopathic remedies.
Please bring your insurance cards, prescriptions, physician order forms, and/or any referrals to each visit.
We will also request a urine sample from you at each visit, please do not empty your bladder prior to your appointment.