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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is your new patient procedure?

Upon first visit a new patient see's practitioner for initial examination. It is beneficial for any new patient with substance use concerns. The purpose of the visit is to address any health problem or determine the causes of symptoms that the patient is experiencing. The exam involves an in-depth check of the patient’s medical history, comprehensive exams on specific parts of the body where the symptoms originate from.

The goals of this visit are:

  • To assess the patient’s current health status

  • To detect and diagnose any existing health problems

  • To address any symptoms that causes some trouble for the patient

  • To develop a treatment plan, if necessary
    The treatment plan will explain the findings of the exam in complete detail, including the doctor’s treatment recommendations and the potential consequences of not seeking treatment.

I don’t have my insurance card with me, can I still receive treatment?

If you do not currently have your insurance card but are a recipient of medicaid please bring appropriate identification cards to office upon first visit. We will be able to confirm insurance with this information from the office. Please call us and verify what forms of identification are needed.

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