Before your appointment:
Please print our patient form, complete and bring to your appointment.
If you have a question regarding your insurance coverage, please contact the office you are planning to visit. Our staff will assist in verifying coverage with your insurance provider.
Take time before each visit to write down your questions or concerns you would like to discuss.
Please be sure to bring all of the medications you are currently taking.
Prepare examples to describe how your illness affects your daily life.
How do I reach my doctor?
You should call the office phone number listed for your cardiologist. If it’s after hours, and you have an urgent issue, you will be automatically directed to the “on-call” doctor’s pager. If you have a non-urgent after hours issue, you may leave a message with our message center that will be picked up the next business day. In some of our community clinics, you may be directed to another office location or even another physician, emergency room or clinic if there is an urgent problem.
What do I do if I need a refill on my prescription medication?
You or your pharmacist can simply call or fax the request. In general, we will refill prescriptions ordered by your cardiologist but prefer that any prescriptions ordered by your primary care or other physicians be refilled by them. If you have not been seen recently by your cardiologist, we may ask that you be seen in the office before a refill is granted. This is so that we can determine whether the medication is still the best and appropriate treatment for you.
Who do I call if I have questions regarding my bill?
You can call our Central Business Office at 513-351-9900 or 1-800-964-1587.