New Patient Information

Forms and information to make your first visit a breeze.

Forms

Log in to Our Patient Portal:

Coming soon: Once the Migraine Relief Center opens its doors, our patient portal will allow current and future patients to interact and communicate patient information effectively with health care providers.

Logs/Surveys

These confidential surveys and logs will allow the physician to prepare for your upcoming visit:

If you prefer, click here to download the migraine diary.

What to Bring to Your First Office Appointment:

  • Your insurance card
  • Your migraine log (at least seven to 14 days)
  • A list of current prescription or over-the-counter medications you are taking, including dose and frequency
  • Pertinent information about your medical and surgical history
  • Any recent X-rays, CAT scans, MRIs or appropriate records
  • You may expedite the “new patient” process by reviewing and signing the downloadable forms for new patients.

Information Regarding Insurance

We understand that insurance benefits can be confusing and unclear to most patients.  It is always best to call us for any clarifications or to review your benefits with your carrier.

Most insurance carriers will pay for all or part of your visit to the Migraine Relief Center. Anything that is not covered by your insurance will be your responsibility. Our financial counselors will review your benefits and assist you in any way they can.

We have reasonable consultation fees and payment plans for patients who make multiple visits.

We request payment at the time of your appointment for any services that are not covered by insurance. Your insurance company may also require you to make a co-payment at the time of your appointment. When necessary, our staff will work closely with patients who require payment plans.

If you have any questions regarding which insurance plans we accept or any billing concerns, please call us. Questions about your coverage and benefits should be directed to your employer or insurance company.

What if I Do Not Have Insurance or You Do Not Accept My Policy?

  • You can still be treated by a doctor, but you would be considered self-pay or self-insured. Please call for more information.
  • You may expedite the “new patient” process by reviewing and signing the downloadable forms for new patients.
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