SHOULD I SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT?
At the Morrison Clinic we encourage you to make your health a priority in your life. Making your health a priority means that you invest the necessary time and money in order to achieve optimal health. Attending your appointments is vital to you achieving optimal health. It is also important that you be able to determine if you need to be seen sooner than your scheduled appointment.
THE FOLLOWING REQUIRE AN APPOINTMENT:
—New prescriptions and medication refills.
—Any adjustment that needs to be made to your current medications or requests to restart prior medications or doses.
—If you are having problems with your medication such as side effects or if you feel the medication is not effective in managing your symptoms.
—If your insurance has denied coverage of your medication and is requiring a prior authorization or step therapy (making you to try an alternative medication.)
—If you or a loved one notices a change in your mood, medical condition, or personality.
HOW DO I RESCHEDULE MY CURRENT APPOINTMENT?
All scheduling is done through our PatientFusion e-scheduling system. If you do not see a time that will work for you add scheduling notes to your request.
HOW LONG ARE MY FOLLOW UP APPOINTMENTS?
The length for established patient appointments are 15 minutes, we respect your time and will try to remain on schedule. The most common reason we run behind is due to spending more than the allotted time with a patient who is struggling. In order to respect the time of other patients, please limit the number of issues per visit. We want to make sure your most pressing concerns can be addressed during your appointment. When scheduling your appointment you are welcome to make additional follow up visits for the rest of your concerns or request a 30 minute appointment.
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