Patient Information

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Your First Appointment

Complete New Patient Forms Sent Electronically

We utilize a paper-free check in system in which patients complete their paperwork via text or email, prior to their appointment. 

If you have questions about the forms, please arrive early and we will be happy to help you in completing this paperwork electronically.

Bring your ID and all insurance cards with you to your appointment.

You can review our Privacy Policy and HIPAA Compliance Policy below.

Contact Your Insurance Company

Please feel free to confirm your insurance coverage prior to your appointment. Our Tax ID # is 84-1451020.

Arrive 20 Minutes Early

To assure that you have enough time to get answers to any insurance questions and other matters, we ask that you please arrive 20 minutes prior to your women’s healthcare appointment time with your paperwork completed. Your insurance card and a photo ID must be presented at this time.

Late arrivals may need to reschedule for a future date.

Provide Co-Payment and Proof of Insurance

Your insurance may require a co-payment for an office visit. This is collected at the time of check in.

If you are insured but have not yet received an insurance card, it is your responsibility to get the necessary billing information from your insurance company in advance. If you are not able to provide proof of coverage and all of the necessary billing information, we will consider you self-pay.

We offer a “prompt pay” discount for uninsured self-pay patients who pay in full on the day of service.


Please inform our office as soon as possible if you are unable to attend your appointment. Failure to contact us will result in a $40.00 “no show” fee.

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Making Payments

To pay your bill, click the button below or call our billing office at (970) 852-0881. We accept cash, checks, debit cards, Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express payments.

Insured Patients

Insurance co-pays are collected at the time of check in.

We bill your insurance as a courtesy, but it is your responsibility as the policyholder to verify your benefits with your insurance company.

Uninsured Patients

If you are uninsured or are unable to provide proof of coverage at the time of your visit, you are considered self-pay. If you are able to pay in full at the time of service, we can offer you a 30% discount on your total bill. If you are not able to pay in full, we must collect at least 25% of your total bill at the time of service, and can set you up on a payment plan for the remainder. The 30% discount is not available in this case.

Uninsured patients who are being seen for their first prenatal visit and ultrasound, and are unable to pay for their visit in full at the time of service, are expected to pay at least $100.


If you have applied for Medicaid but have not yet received your approval letter, you may be considered self-pay. The above options will apply.

Transferring Service

If you have been receiving women’s care from another healthcare provider and would like to transfer your care to our office, we must obtain your medical records. Please request this record transfer from your previous provider before coming to your appointment.

You can email the records release form to [email protected], fax it to us, or bring to the office in person.

Other OBGYN Services


We welcome new patients referred by another care provider, or patients who choose to transfer their care to our office. If you are experiencing a specific problem or issue and have been diagnosed or treated for it by another office, we must obtain your medical records. The easiest way to do this is usually to have your health care provider fax or mail your records to us directly.

Another option is to have our office request your records. You must fill out a records release form. Return your completed form to our office by email, fax, or in person, and we will request your records.