If you’re seeing your Graybill Primary Care Provider for the first time, we hope this initial visit, or “Establish Care Appointment” marks the beginning of a long and beneficial healthcare partnership. Remember, your Graybill Primary Care Physician is here to serve as your advocate within the healthcare system and to promote your optimal health and wellness!
Note: If you’re unable to come to your appointment, please contact us at 866-228-2236 at least 24 hours in advance so that others who need care may be seen.
To ensure your first visit is as productive as it can be, we encourage you to do some advanced preparation.
Bring the following to your first appointment:
- The completed Registration Packet. (You can complete this in advance on your computer.)
- Your current driver’s license and/or photo ID
- Your current insurance ID card
- A list of any prescription or over-the-counter medications and dietary supplements you are currently taking. (This is a form for this in your Patient Registration Packet.)
- Your Office Visit Copay. This will be indicated on your Insurance ID card.
- $100 payment to be applied to any unmet portion of your deductible (for health plans that require a deductible).
Plan to arrive at least 30 minutes early. Your appointment time indicates the time your doctor is scheduled to see you. You’ll need to allow extra time to park, check in with our Front Desk, and complete any necessary forms.
Complete the New Patient Registration Packet in advance. When you scheduled your appointment you may have been given the option to receive a hardcopy of this Packet in the U.S. mail or a link to an online, fillable version of the Packet via email. It’s important to complete the New Patient Registration Packet before you arrive for your first appointment. It includes questions about your current health status, family history, medications, plus important information we need to set up your account. Completing the Packet in advance will give your doctor clearer picture of your health status, and it will also help him/her determine the best plan of action for your individual needs.
If you don’t have a Patient Registration Packet you can also download it here:
Send us your previous medical records. As soon as possible, arrange to have any previous medical records available for your new PCP to review. You may bring copies with you, or have your previous provider send them directly to Graybill. (Note: You’ll need to authorize your previous doctor to release your medical records to Graybill. Please download and complete the form below then send it to your previous doctor’s office.)
Finally, think about any questions that you would like answered or concerns you’d like your doctor to address. Remember, your Graybill doctor is your healthcare partner and advocate. As in any relationship, clear communication is the key factor to success!