Patient Resources - About Your Visit
On your first visit, please arrive 15 minutes prior to your appointment time and being the completed new patient forms with you. We look forward to seeing you!
During Your Visit Instructions
Posted October 2018
No children are allowed during your visit, except for infants accompanying during 6-8 week post-partum visit. Absolutely no strollers. Patient will be asked to reschedule. Thank you!
Be sure to bring the following items with you:
- Valid Driver’s License or State ID
- Insurance Card
- List of medications you take on a regular basis, including over-the-counter and vitamins.
- List of surgeries or medical procedures you have had.
- Payment for your co-pay, deductible or non-covered services.
- For your convenience we take cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
- We do not accept personal checks.
We work hard to accommodate the needs of all our patients. Please bring your insurance information, photo ID, completed paperwork (see below), or arrive 1/2 hour early to complete your paperwork in the office before your appointment.
Contacting Your Physician
There will be times when you need to contact your physician during office hours or after hours.
The following is a handy checklist for what to do:
- Be prepared to discuss your problem or need right away, especially if you've phoned after hours. Please have someone contact the physician on call for you if you are unable to speak to her directly.
- Please inform the physician on call or the answering service personnel if you are pregnant and if so your expected due date and the number of weeks pregnant that you currently are.
- Define your problems and symptoms. Write these down and keep them by the telephone so you can report them accurately and completely.
- Be sure to report results of self-tests and symptoms you have been monitoring, such as a temperature of 101 or higher for two days, diarrhea that has lasted for 48 hours or any bleeding or discharge that you experience.
- Be prepared to follow the instructions given by the physician on call. Your health and safety is our concern.
- Have your pharmacy phone number available in case the physician needs to prescribe medication for your problem.
- Make sure to follow up with the office the next business day and let the receptionist know that you spoke to the physician on call.
- Ask what problems may occur that would require you to go to the emergency room.
- Please respect our physicians by remembering that they are available after hours for medical emergencies only. We would appreciate a phone call during business hours to address any routine questions, medication refills or appointment needs that you may have.
To better assist you on your first visit to our office, please download and complete the forms below and be sure to bring them with you. Please make sure to also bring your medical insurance card(s) and a photo ID for our records. Thank you.
Metropolitan Women's Group LLC, is independently owned and operated by the healthcare providers in the practice. We contract with many insurance companies including HMO, PPO, POS and indemnity networks.
The following is a list of insurance plans that we are participating providers with. Please note that new plans are added frequently. If your present insurance carrier is not listed, please contact one of our office locations to check the status of participation.
- Blue Cross/Blue Shield
- First Health
- John Hopkins Health Plan
- Maryland Medical Assistance
- One Health Plan
- Priority Partners
- Private Health Care System
- Riverside Health