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What should I bring to my first appointment?
 

What should I bring to my first appointment?

Be sure to bring your insurance card and driver’s license so we can take a photo copy.  Bring in the new patient demographic forms and agreements that you’ve signed so we can scan everything to your chart. Aside from the questionnaires you’ve filled out in the patient portal, it could be useful to bring a list of current medications as well as contact information for your other providers, in case the doctor would like to request records. 

 

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