FAQ

Transferring your care to us?

You may need to visit their office and sign a release. The transferring medical provider then sends the records to us. We need them about a week before your first appointment.

The transferring medical provider may charge you a fee – usually about $25 – to send the records.

If you are unable to retrieve your records, please ask our office about signing a medical release and our staff will obtain them before your visit.

 

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