New Patient Information
What should I bring to my appointment?
Click HERE to print the Patient Questionnaire
Be sure and bring your insurance card(s) with you to the appointment. We accept most insurances, but it is important for members to verify network participation prior to making an appointment.
Patients are responsible for determining which laboratories participate with their insurance plans in regards to pathology specimens, cultures, and bloodwork.
Make a list of your medications. Write down the name of the medication, the number of milligrams that you take, and how often you take it. Also, be sure and include any vitamins or herbal supplements that you take.
We ask for payment at the time of office visit. The required copay is usually located on your insurance card or within your insurance contract and varies depending on the type of insurance you have. Remaining charges will be billed to your insurance carrier as a courtesy to you. If your insurance carrier does not cover the service or rejects the remaining balance, you will be responsible for this balance.
Pathology Examination Fees
Most dermatology procedures, including excisions and biopsies involve two separate components—the actual procedure performed by the Dermatologist, and examination of the tissue removed by a Pathologist. The Pathologist/Pathology corporation bills separately for their services.
Information for patients with no insurance
The initial office fee includes establishing a new medical administrative record; and services rendered on the first visit may vary. However, our basic charge is $170 for routine initial visits. There may be additional charges for procedures and testing.
We kindly request at least 24 hours notice when canceling or rescheduling your appointment.