Do you have questions about the procedures, treatments or services that we offer?
Informative Facts Concerning Our Services
Below is a list of some frequently asked questions, but please feel free to call
our office, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We want to answer your questions.
- For whom do you provide care?
- We care for individuals from newborns to our most senior citizens. In other
words children of all ages.
- How about my medical records?
You can have your medical records sent to us before your first visit. All that
your current physician should require is a signed request/consent from you ("Please
transfer my medical records to...") and our name and address. To request
a transfer of your records can be completed at either our office or through
your current physician's office.
- Why should I have a family physician?
Studies show that treatment by Family Physicians results in quality of care
equal to sub-specialty care, high Patient satisfaction and more effective use
of hospitals, testing, procedures, and technology.
- What do family physicians do?
- Family Physicians care for people of both genders and all ages. Family
Physicians diagnose and treat 90% of all Patient problems.
- Family Physicians work closely with Patient Lounges and other sub-specialties
to coordinate care for special and/or complicated problems.
- Family Physicians treat conditions of all organ systems rather than
limiting their practice to a specific organ system.
- Family Physicians treat the whole Patient, taking into account all medical,
social, and mental health concerns of the individual.
- Family Physicians practice disease prevention and health maintenance
in addition to treating illness.
- How far
in advance should I call to make an appointment?
- Our trained
office staff of secretaries and medical assistants schedule Patients approximately
two weeks in advance. If there is a special need, make sure to alert our patient
service department. We will make every effort to accommodate your request.
- Is prenatal care important?
- Yes! You can help make sure that you and your baby will be healthy by following
some simple guidelines and checking in regularly with your doctor.