All the physicians and staff at CRS are dedicated to making your visit as convenient as possible while providing you with the best care.
Many patients visit our office for conditions they might find embarrassing or hard to discuss. As experts in the field we are equipped to diagnose and treat these delicate conditions while also making our patients feel at ease and comfortable.
Preparing For Your Visit
Before your CRS appointment please make sure your medical records and test results from your referring physician(s) are made available for us to review. You may arrange to have copies of these records sent from your referring physician directly to your CRS surgeon.
Your surgeon will need to know which prescriptions and over-the-counter medications you are taking or may have taken in the past as well as any allergies or any adverse reactions to medications that may have occurred.
What To Bring To Your Appointment
Bring a list of the physicians you want your CRS surgeon to update about your care. Be sure to include the correct spelling of their first and last names as well as their telephone, fax numbers and addresses.
We also encourage patients to write down a list of questions they have for their surgeon, starting with the most important questions first.
Patients should also bring:
- Photo identification
- Insurance card(s)
- Insurance referral, if applicable
- Insurance co-payments are expected at the time of service. For your convenience our offices accept cash, personal check, Mastercard, Visa and Discover
- Completed forms
To save time please download and complete any necessary patient forms before your appointment. Visit our Patient Forms page for a list of forms new and existing patients should complete.