New Patients

Have you recently been referred to Neuroversion? You should be hearing from our New Patient Coordinator within a few days of your referral being sent. 
If you are considering establishing care with us, contact our office and speak with our New Patient Coordinator about how to become a patient of ours.
Review below for details.

Neuroversion accepts most insurances. If you are unsure if we are in-network with your insurance plan, contact the clinic. 

Prior to your first visit, we will obtain records from your referring physician and other practices where you have received care relevant to your condition. You will be working with our New Patient Coordinator to obtain those records.

Like most clinics, we require several forms to be completed prior to your appointment. We can e-mail or fax them to you. Or, you can to pick them up at the clinic prior to your appointment. You can also download the forms from this page and complete, print and sign them. Once completed, you can e-mail, fax, or drop off the forms prior to your appointment, or bring them with you to your first appointment.

If your forms are completed prior to your appointment, arrive 15 minutes before your appointment time.

 

If your forms are not completed, arrive 1 hour before your appointment time to complete them at the clinic.

If you are late to your appointment (past the 15 minutes or 1 hour window) your appointment will be rescheduled. 

Bring with you the following items:

Identification card (driver's license, state ID, military ID, etc.)

Insurance card(s)

Any imaging discs completed (MRI, X-ray, CT scan)

Forms

Due to the nature of the specialty, most new patient visits last two to three hours. This does not include procedure times if indicated by the referring physician. 

Questions? Contact our the clinic and we are happy to assist! You can reach our New Patient Coordinator by calling the clinic's direct line, (907) 339-4650, selection option 1, option 1.

NEW PATIENT PACKET

 

To access the individual forms in the packet and other common forms, click here.

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