Preparing for a Visit
We are so pleased to welcome you as a patient! In order to provide you with a complete examination, appointments generally take 1-2 hours.
What to do
- Request an insurance referral from your primary care doctor if your health plan requires one.
- If you would like to waive the referral, please complete and submit the Referral Waiver.
- Request any previous Medical records, ER records, labs or CT scans to be faxed to 508-756-5633 if related to the visit.
- Ask your health plan about coverage for allergy benefits. Your insurance eligibility will be verified prior to your visit
- Please verify how many pricks your insurance will allow for testing. Codes to verify with your insurance are #95018, #95004, and #95024. Please bring the number of allowed codes to your appointment.
- Not all insurance plans allow testing at the initial consult. Some plans require a second visit for testing.
- Please take a moment to review our Financial Policy
- Complete and submit our Patient Registration/HIPAA, Pediatric History Form, or Adult History Form.
- Take a moment to view our Notice of Privacy Practices.
- Please arrive 15 minutes before your appointment time so we may process your registration
- Please do not bring food to our office and refrain from using perfumes or scented products before your visit. Some of our allergy patients are extremely sensitive!
What to bring
- All health insurance cards AND a valid photo ID
- A list of your medications, including vitamins, with doses and strength of each
- Completed Patient Registration and Patient History forms if not already submitted online
- Your co-payment or deductible that is due at the time of check-in— check, credit, or debit cards accepted. We collect for service at the time of your visit. Credit card-on-file agreements or payment plans are available for those who would like to pay after their claim processes. You may set up ahead to simplify your visit. Ask about our new payment plans designed to take the stress out of high deductible plans.