If you have an upcoming new patient appointment for cardiac consultation, the following information will help make your first visit as comfortable and informative as possible. If you are scheduled for a stress test, echocardiogram or other outpatient procedure, please see our FAQs page for further information. Finally, if you are interested in seeing us as a new patient but have no appointment, please see your primary care provider or call 360-514-4444 during normal business hours for more information.
- In an attempt to provide a smoother and timelier check in, you will receive a packet of forms by mail prior to your visit. Please fill them out completely and bring them with you to your first appointment. If for any reason you do not have these forms, you may download and print them now.
• Download New Patient Registration. Contains:
• Download Lifestyle Medicine Clinic Questionnaire
- New Patient Information Form
- New Patient History Form
- New Patient ROS Form
• Download Nuclear Medicine Instructions
You will be asked to arrive 20 minutes before your appointment time to allow for a small amount of further paperwork that must be completed at our office.
- Bring your medication. In fact, it is most helpful if you bring the actual bottles of all current medications to all of your appointments. But it is especially important at your initial consultation.
- Our providers are occasionally called out of the office or run behind due to urgent, unscheduled needs of patients. Our staff makes every effort to contact you as soon as we are aware of the interruption in the schedule in order to adjust your appointment accordingly. This may result in asking you to see another provider or in the rescheduling of your appointment. Your patience and understanding are greatly appreciated.
- Conversely, if conflicts force you to reschedule your visit or if you are running late, please let us know as soon as possible. It is a simple courtesy to others who are patiently waiting to see us.
- We have already requested pertinent medical records from your referring provider. If you have any additional medical records, pictures, device information, etc. that is pertinent to your cardiovascular history, please bring them with you to your appointment. This information may help us provide you with a more knowledgeable and comprehensive opinion and treatment plan during your initial visit.