Welcome new patients

Do you have a referring provider?

If you have a referring provider
STEP 1: Forward your records

Please have your referring provider forward your medical records and any related testing or imaging in advance of scheduling your appointment.

We prefer to review your records and any imaging in advance, so we may better determine what additional testing/preparation will be required before or during your visit.

STEP 2: Review

Our staff will review your records and will contact you to schedule an appointment.

STEP 3: Register and prepare

After your appointment has been scheduled, you will need to register for and complete all information on our Patient Portal and then review the appropriate checklist below.

Our office will do everything we can to help you collect your records and efficiently coordinate any additional required appointments, testing, and/or treatments.

NOTE: If you are being seen for an adrenal or neuroendocrine issue, call our office to determine what information is requested.

If you do not have a referring provider
STEP 1: Collect your medical records

Please collect your medical records and call our office to let us know they are on their way along with any related testing or imaging prior to scheduling your appointment.

We prefer to review your records and any imaging in advance, so we may better determine what additional testing/preparation will be required before or during your visit.

It will be important for you to have a medical doctor or endocrinologist to follow up with after surgery. If you do not have one you should establish one prior to surgery.

STEP 2: Review

Our Nurse Practitioner will review and contact you to schedule and appointment.

STEP 3: Register and prepare

Please contacting the office, register for and complete all information on our Patient Portal and then review the appropriate checklist below.

Our office will do everything we can to help you collect your records and efficiently coordinate any additional required appointments, testing, and/or treatments.

NOTE: If you are being seen for an adrenal or neuroendocrine issue, call our office to determine what information is requested.

Information for Out of Town Patients

Traveling is always stressful, especially if you are also trying to coordinate your medical care or recovering from a procedure.

If you live more than an hour away:

  • We usually recommend you stay in Denver for at least two nights after your surgery.
  • Generally, we try to coordinate your consultation, any additional necessary testing, and your surgery all in one trip whenever possible. 
  • This may require only one trip to Denver!
  • Telemedical appointments can be helpful in minimizing travel and preparing you for your surgery.  

It is not always safe or appropriate to proceed with surgery, without face to face consultation.

Surgery dates are never guaranteed.

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