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Now, we'd like to help you preparing for your first visit hoping to make it time efficient and pleasant experience:
We strongly recommend that you start with calling our office. It is still the quickest and easiest way to reserve the doctor's time during the hours most convenient for you. Our friendly personnel will also explain what specific forms must be completed prior to your visit, what you should bring and will check with you whether there are any special requirements or considerations.
You can call us directly during our office hours or you can use this form to send us a callback request. Please let us know when is the best time for you to answer the phone and we will contact you during these hours.
Alternatively, you can fill out the appointment request specifying the time of the day that is most convenient for you. We will do our best to accommodate your schedule.
Please afford us a few minutes before your scheduled time for going over your paperwork. If you elect to fill out all the patient forms in our office, please make sure you arrive at least 15 minutes earlier. Click here to get the directions and calculate the driving time on Google Maps. We can even send our information directly to your computer or the smartphone - just select one of the options below:
Enter your email address below and hit Send button - within seconds you should receive email with all our information. If you can't find it in your mailbox, you may want to check your spam folder or get our information in alternative way. And one more thing: we will not record your email address, so MAIL AWAY!
Enter your cell phone number and select your carrier and we will send the text message to your phone right away. Depending on the operating system of your phone, you can enter our information directly into your address book, place a phone call, look up our location or even begin turn-by-turn navigation to our office. Enjoy!
Information included in the v-card can be seamlessly imported into the address book on your computer in programs like Outlook, Windows Mail, Mac Mail, or to your online contacts in Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail and other email accounts. From there it could be synched to your phone or PDA.
Simply scan the code below and depending on the type of your phone, you may need to answer the prompt how to use scanned information: add it to contacts, dial a number, display a map, etc.