When calling one of our outpatient clinics to make an appointment, or a referral, please select the clinic closest to you.
Be prepared to have personal information available such as your date of birth, Social Security number, and your address.
The process for referrals includes questions to gather information so when you come in for your appointment we will have a general idea of the treatment you desire and what releases will be needed.
Anyone can make a referral. For example, a mother can call for son, or a friend can call for a friend. Please, however, ensure you have their information available to you if possible.
Adolescents are also able to have appointments with our clinics, although a guardian or parent needs to be present during the first visit to sign releases.
When coming in for your first appointment please bring copies of your insurance cards and your identification, and be prepared to provide any co-pays that may be required. If you are employed, please bring a pay stub.
Emergency appointments can be made, and we do our best to accept walk-ins.