New Patient Information

Appointments

We welcome new obstetric and gynecologic patients. For your first visit, please arrive 20 minutes early to fill out medical history and registration forms.

Your first visit may take up to an hour, so please allow ample time. If you have been under the care of another physician, please have the records sent to us prior to your first appointment. If you are taking medications, please bring the names and dosages with you.

We respect the value of your time and want to spare you long waits. Our specialty does involve emergency procedures, surgical delays and the least predictable of all, deliveries. Consequently, we ask for your understanding. If we are running behind, our staff will attempt to notify you. You may also call prior to your visit to see if we anticipate any delays. We also request that you arrive promptly for your visit. If you are unable to keep your appointment or are going to be late, please call the office as soon as possible.

Forms for New Patients

In order to provide you with the best possible care, we need current information about your health. If you are a new patient, please take a minute to download the “General Information Form” at the bottom of this page. Please complete this form prior to your first appointment with us.

You may print any of our health forms at your convenience. Please complete all necessary forms before your appointment to help reduce your waiting time.

To access our health forms, you will need “Adobe Acrobat Reader.” If this is not on your computer, you can download Acrobat Reader for free. Follow the on-screen instructions and it will take just a few minutes to complete.

Forms Related to Osteoporosis

Forms Related to Bladder Issues

Patient Confidentiality & Medical Records

All medical records are confidential. We will not release your records without your written authorization.