Skip to content

Sign Up For COVID-19 Text Alerts

express care logo

Making the Most of Your Visit

Preparing for your office visit is an important step in teaming up with your clinician in becoming an active partner in your own healthcare. To make the most of your visit with your clinician we recommend that you think about the questions below and write down your answers so that you do not forget.

Before coming to your appointment, ask yourself:

  • What is the reason why I want to see my clinician?
  • What are the symptoms or concerns that I have about my health?
  • What prescriptions do I need to have refilled? The drug and dosage.
  • Have I been to the ER or been hospitalized since my last visit–if so why and where did I go for care?
  • Do I need a referral? If so–what is the clinician’s name–and the reason for the visit?
  • Have I been to any other clinicians since my last visit–if so, who did I see and for what reason?
  • What medications am I taking–have any of those changed or have I been prescribed new ones since my last visit at PMA?

It is important to bring the following to make your visit easier when checking in for your appointment:

  • Insurance Card with payment for any office co-pays and deductibles
  • Valid picture ID–any government issued ID such as drivers license, identification card
  • List of all your medications–if easier bring the bottles with you. Also, remember to list all vitamins, herbal treatments, etc.
  • If this is your first visit–be prepared to provide your family’s (mother, father, uncles, aunts, siblings, grandparents) health history. As well as your current and past health issues, surgeries, births, immunizations and treatments received.

During your appointment be sure to ask your clinician to explain anything you do not understand. Take your Clinical Visit Summary home for reference about instructions, medications, and tests needed and other information about your visit.

We Screen, We Clean and We Protect.

To everyone who needs us now, come get the care you deserve. Our Safe Care Commitment is in effect at all of our locations providing  you with the safest possible environment for our patients and staff.

We screen to protect you, your families, and our staff

Patients visiting our offices for healthcare appointments are screened for symptoms upon arrival. If symptomatic, patients are cared for via virtual visits.

We also provide urgent care services at our Expresscare Riverwalk location which has a separate area where we use preventative measures.

We adhere to best practice safety protocols in those settings.

We follow special infection prevention guidelines for care provided to protect our patients and our staff.

We also provide telehealth services via video so you can access care and get the treatment you need from the comfort of your home or office.

Our goal is to keep everyone safe.


Enroll/Log in Now