What to Know About Your First Visit:
Please arrive at least 20 minutes early to allow time to fill out your paperwork. You should expect to be here approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour the first visit to allow time for our physicians’ full evaluation and treatment.
Patients who arrive more than 20 minutes late will be asked to reschedule their appointments.
If you need to cancel your appointment, please cancel at least 24 hours prior to the scheduled appointment. If you fail to show up to your appointment or cancel/reschedule your apppointment 24 hrs prior, it will be considered a "no show." Patients with 2 or more "no-shows" will be discharged from the practice.
What to Bring to Your First Visit:
In order to save time during your initial visit to the doctor, you can download and complete our medical intake forms in advance of your appointment. Please make certain to bring these completed forms to the appointment.
- Adult Medical Information New Patient Intake Form
- Adult Medical Information Follow Up Intake Form
- Pediatric Intake Form
- Appointment Policy Form
In order to help us serve you better, we ask that you bring to your first visit the items listed below.
- Insurance card(s)
- Written order from your referring doctor
Many insurance companies require prior authorization from your primary care doctor to see a specialist. Patients are encouraged to contact their insurance provider to confirm whether an authorization and/or referral are required for their specific carrier. If an authorization number is required by your insurance carrier, please have your primary care physician’s office fax it to (212) 342-1470, well before your appointment date. You may verify that it has been received by contacting the Call Center at (212) 305-3535. You should also bring it with you on the day of the appointment.
Unfortunately, in order to be seen by the specialist at the time of your appointment, you will need to have this authorization referral at the time of your visit. If our office does not have it, you may have to pay out of pocket or reschedule your appointment.
Please bring any medical records and/or imaging with you at the time of your visit.
If you would like to request a copy of your medical records, please download, print and complete in its entirety this form.
Please fax form, along with a copy of your State Identification Card (such as valid drivers license) to 212-342-1470. Failure to comply with this protocol will delay, or even may void your request.
Please note, the retrieval of your medical records may take as long as 15 business days.
* some providers have extended morning/evening hours