We are excited to welcome new patients seeking rheumatologic care. To schedule an appointment, follow these simple steps:
Step 1: Check your insurance.
We accept most major insurances at our practice but it will be your responsibility to ensure that we are in-network with your health plan. A list of insurance plans that we accept are listed here.
If your insurance plan requires a referral, please have your referring physician send us the necessary referral information.
Step 2: Have prior progress notes, labs, and imaging sent to us.
While patients are welcome to come to our practice without an official referral from some other doctor, we do require notes and labs detailing your most recent visits with a primary physician or rheumatologist. We are NOT a primary care office, so we believe it is important to have a doctor who can manage other conditions that do not fall under rheumatology.
If you would like us to request records for you, please complete and FAX or MAIL us this release form.
Step 3: Schedule your appointment.
Once we receive and review your medical records, we will call you to schedule an appointment. We don't like long waits either so we will do our best to get you in quickly!
Blue Cross Blue Shield
We do NOT accept:
Medicaid (new patients)
PREPARING FOR YOUR VISIT
Please bring the following to your appointment:
Drivers License or ID Card
Method of Payment
List or bottles of ALL medications you take
New Patient Paperwork
To expedite your check-in process on the day of your appointment, you may print and complete our new patient forms and bring them to your appointment. If you do not complete them ahead of time, please arrive 20 minutes before your scheduled visit time so you have time to complete them.
If you have questions about our practice or wish to schedule an appointment with us,
please give our office a call.
We look forward to connecting with you soon!
Medical advice or consultations will not be provided via phone or email.