Welcome to the Center for Women's Health!
We would like to make this office visit as informative and comfortable as possible. If you have any questions or concerns you would like addressed, please write them down and bring the questions with you to your scheduled appointment. To learn which insurance providers we accept, please see Our Office & Policies.
Should you so desire, spouses or family members are encouraged to accompany you on your visit. However, due to limited seating, we request that you bring no more than 2 visitors with you to your appointment.
Children are welcome at the Center for Women’s Health, however, for their safety, please also bring another adult to supervise them during your examination.
If you have previous pertinent medical records, and your referring physician is not sending us a copy of your records, we request that you drop any records off to our office before your scheduled appointment, so that the physician has an opportunity to review them. We also request that you bring all prescription bottles with you to your scheduled appointment.
If for any reason you are unable to keep your appointment, please call our office to reschedule at least 24 hours in advance, so that someone else may benefit from the appointment slot.
We look forward to meeting your needs and making your visit with us a pleasant experience. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns.
Attention Yearly Patients:
If you are being seen for a routine annual examination the following services may be performed:
- Breast and Pelvic Examination
- Pap Smear Collection
- Dipstick Urinalysis
Please check with your insurance carrier regarding your coverage for yearly preventative services and lab work.
Problem Appointments in Addition to Yearly:
We will be happy to address any problems you are having at the time of your yearly visit. Please be aware that some insurance companies will not cover the problems when addressed at the time of the yearly exam. Other insurance companies require that you pay two copayments. Additional lab work may also be performed in order to address any problems.
Please check with your insurance carrier regarding coverage, or feel free to ask one of our patient account representatives if you have questions about your benefits.