If you are scheduling your first appointment with Clinical Urology Associates by telephone, please be prepared to provide the following information:
- Full name
- Brief description of your urological health problem
- Day telephone number
- An alternate phone number
- Name of your health insurance company
If scheduling your appointment by emailing Clinical Urology Associates utilizing the link below, please provide:
- The information listed above
- Your email address
- A selection of 3 dates you would be available and a selection of 3 times on those dates you would be available for an appointment. Our staff will set your appointment on one of the days you’ve requested and at one of the times. You will receive a reply within 24 hours to your personal email providing you with the date and time of your appointment. We ask that you reply to confirm the appointment. If there are no openings during the times on the dates you provided, our staff will email you for other options. If you do not confirm your appointment, the appointment will not be scheduled.
If you will not be able to keep a scheduled appointment, please notify our office as soon as possible. We understand this is needed on some occasions and will gladly change your appointment date for your convenience. However, please be aware that if your urologist has requested you return to the office by a certain date, it is necessary to be evaluated within the period your urologist has requested. This is to enable continuation and monitoring of your treatment. Your anticipated wellness can be significantly jeopardized by your not complying with all instructions provided you by the urologist.
For your convenience, the forms you need to complete prior to seeing the physician for your first visit are available for downloading and printing. (See “New Patient Forms”.) Please provide the requested information accurately and completely.
It is very important that you bring all of your routine medications (in their original containers), with you when seeing the physician. Be sure to include all over-the-counter medications you take. The urologist must have this information before he can prescribe any new medications as a part of your treatment plan. You will need to tell the nurse at the time of your office visit if you take any of your medications differently than the directions on the bottle(s).
Your understanding of your condition and treatments are vital to your compliance and response to treatment. It is recommended that you bring a written list of any questions you have to all of your visits. You may want to bring a family member or close friend to aid you in your understanding of the information given to you by the urologist and nursing staff.
Prescription Refill Request
If you are a patient of Clinical Urologists Associates and need a refill of a medication prescribed by one of our physicians, you may email that request to our office. To enable the staff to contact your pharmacy for the prescription refill, you must provide this information:
- Patient’s Full name
- Date of Birth
- Physician’s name
- Entire Prescription number
- Name of your pharmacy
- Pharmacy phone number