Here's some important information to help you prepare for your visit.
Please bring the following to your appointment:
- Photo ID
- Insurance card(s)
- Co-payment, if needed
- Prescription bottles of all medications, including vitamins and supplements
New Patient: If you are a new patient, please complete this Patient Chart Summary Intake Form for Adults or Patient Chart Summary Intake Form for Pediatrics and bring it with you to your first visit.
Release of Medical Records: If you need to transfer your medical records to/from another medical practice to/from OhioHealth Primary Care Physicians, please complete the Authorization for Use or Disclosure of Protected Health Information (PHI) Form and give it to the medical practice that currently has your records.
Appointment Cancellation and No-Show Policy
We make every effort to schedule an appointment at a time that is convenient for you. As a courtesy to others who may require our services, please call our office as soon as the patient knows he/she needs to cancel the appointment.
Patients will be dismissed from our practice if there are three no-show visits (appointments not cancelled) in a row or five within a 12-month period of time.
If a patient is 10 minutes late to an appointment, the appointment will be rescheduled.
First, please check with your pharmacy to see if you have additional refills remaining on your prescriptions. If you are an established patient and believe your prescription will run out before your next office visit, you may call our office to request a refill. If your medication is a controlled substance or if you are due for a follow-up appointment before a refill, we will schedule an appointment for you.
After-Hours Medical Care
In an emergency, call 9-1-1 or go to the closest hospital Emergency Department. If our office is closed and you need to speak to a physician urgently, call our office at (419) 520.3530 and you will be directed to the physician on call.
Referral to Specialists
If our physician recommends you visit a specialist, our office will provide you specific information about the referral. You are responsible for ensuring the specialist is part of your health plan network.
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