We want to make your first visit with us as trouble free and time efficient as possible.
READ THE FOLLOWING
New patients or returning patients who have not gone through the new patient process should read the following items.
PRINT AND FILL OUT THE FOLLOWING
In order to make your first visit to our office as convenient for you as possible, we encourage you to print, read, and fill out the registration form, appropriate history form(s), both sections of the HIPAA acknowledgement form, and the Financial Services Guidelines before you arrive.
Bring the completed forms when you come for your office appointment.
If you are being treated for headaches, please complete the Headache History Form in addition to the Adult Patient History form.
ABOUT THE PATIENT PORTAL
The patient portal allows our patients to have access to parts of their personal healthcare record and provides a secure manner to communicate with our office. New patients can only activate their account while they are physically in the office. Once becoming established with our practice, patients are given the option to become web enabled. This will provide each patient their own unique user name and password to the patient portal.
Some of the advantages of utilizing the portal are:
- Securely send messages to physicians
- View parts of medical record
- Receive results of laboratory or diagnostic tests
- Review upcoming appointments
- View billing statements and visit summaries
- Request prescription renewals
We encourage our patients to take a few moments to review this option when visiting and ask questions regarding the portal to our office staff.
Valet parking is available daily from 8:00 A.M. until 4:30 P.M.
The service is free and tipping is not obligatory.
The federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) exists to protect your rights to the privacy of your health care information. In order for Neurology Group to maintain your medical record and coordinate your care, we need your permission.
The "HIPAA Privacy Practices Acknowledgement" form indicates that you have read and understand the "Notice Of Privacy Practices". The "HIPAA Authorization For Use And Disclosure Of Protected Health Information" form allows our physicians and staff to discuss the contents of your medical record with those you designate and your primary contact information.