Patient InformationHow To Prepare
What To Wear
Prepare For Your Visit
Remember to wear loose-fitting clothing to appointments so your doctor can perform examinations easily.
Gowns will be provided if needed.
Prior to the visit, prepare a list of questions about any concerns you may have and bring it with you to discuss with your doctor.
What To Bring
Bring a list of medications, including over the counter and vitamins that you’re currently taking to the appointment. If you are taking several medications, you may find it easier to bring all of the medication bottles with you.
Bring a list of prior surgeries and procedures with you. Knowing your past health history will help the doctor determine the best treatment for you. It may be necessary to obtain medical clearance from your primary care physician prior to any surgical procedures.
Please print and complete the new patient forms:
Bring them with your photo ID and insurance cards.
In preparation for your appointment, please download and complete the following new patient forms. Please complete these forms and bring them with you on your first office visit unless you have been instructed otherwise. Contact our office if you need assistance or if you have any questions regarding these forms.
Remember, payment is due at time of service.
- If you do not carry insurance, a payment schedule can be arranged with our billing department.
- For your convenience we accept VISA and Mastercard.
We participate in the following insurance programs:
You will be required to sign an acknowledgement indicating that you have received our notice of privacy practices:
Click HERE to download a PDF copy of our Privacy Practices.
Your medical records are entirely confidential. CCVSA will not release any information without your written consent.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) require all health care providers to inform their patients of their confidentiality policies.
Frequently Asked Questions
What should I bring to my appointment?
Please be sure to bring a list of your current medications, your insurance cards, a photo ID and any pertinent medical records you may have.
How is the parking at your facility, and is there a long walk?
Porter office: There is ample parking directly in front of our building including several handicap spaces. The walk from the parking lot is minimal and our suite is close to the elevator on the floor.
Rose Office: There is free valet parking available in front of the building which we encourage you to use. There is also a parking garage at no cost if you prefer. The elevator is immediately inside the main floor doors. Our suite is at the very end of the corridor on the 5th floor which can be a lengthy walk for some.
How long will my appointment be?
If this is your first visit, you should plan on it being an hour. It can however vary if you have tests to discuss or if further tests are required during your visit.
Can I eat or drink prior to my ultrasound or appointment?
Yes, there are no restrictions for an ultrasound and your appointment usually entails a discussion with the physician which would not require any restrictions.
How soon after my appointment can I schedule surgery?
If it is determined that you require surgical intervention, we can typically schedule you within a week or two of your appointment.