New Patients

Welcome, New and Existing Patients

You may have some questions about our process, below are some answers. Call us if you have any more questions.

Appointments & Consultation

To call the office, please dial 719-960-0363.

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What to expect at a cardiologist appointment?

Every patient’s process may vary, but this is what you can generally expect.

  1. You are generally referred to us by your doctor. Please call us to schedule an appointment.
  2. You choose one of our offices closest to you.
  3. You are assigned a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant.
  4. Be sure to bring your insurance, medical history, procedure details, allergies, and medication list with you.
  5. You are seen on your appointment day.
  6. Testing is scheduled if needed.
  7. If further procedures are needed, you are given educational materials and your doctor will know when it’s appropriate to schedule it.
  8. Same day or next day appointment requests will be accommodated if available.

New patients are always welcome

Please download, fill out and bring the new patient paperwork with you to your first appointment. Same day or next day appointment requests are allowed based on availability.

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Before You Go

Please read the following.

Our physicians will not see you as a new patient without medical records indicating why you are being seen.   We don’t want to waste your time or your money by having you here and not being able to accomplish what you need.   Without information about why you have been referred,  recent lab or diagnostic testing,  decisions cannot be made. Please work with us on this very important item and make sure all of your information is here before you come in for an appointment.

  • If you are a Tricare patient,  you will always need a referral to be seen. Please be sure there is a referral in place before coming to your appointment by calling your Primary physician.
  • If you are a Veteran,  you will also need to have a referral to be seen. Please be sure that there is a referral in place before coming to your appointment.
  • If your insurance requires a referral to a specialist,  and there is not one in place,  you may be responsible for the bill.