General Patient Information
For new patients, please bring State or Federal picture
ID (such as driver's license, military ID, or passport) and all
insurance cards to your first office visit. For established patients,
remember to give us new insurance cards any time your insurance
coverage changes. (We canot be responsible for any denial of payment
for late filing of your insurance claim if you fail to notify us of a
change in your insurance.) If your insurance requires a referral to a
specialist, please have your primary care physician send the referral
to us prior to your visit.
you recently have had x-rays, MRIs, or other imaging tests done, please
bring those films or CD with you. Radiology reports by themselves will
not be very helpful. If you cannot bring your recent imaging tests, Dr.
Parr may have to take x-rays during your appointment. Thus, bringing
recent imaging studies to your first appointment may help reduce your
To speed up your check-in at your first office
visit, contact our office for instructions about all those patient
information forms needed. It is most helpful if you arrive at the
office about 20 minutes early to complete any needed paperwork. Please
fax a copy of your insurance card(s) front and back at the same time
to (281) 491-0033 as soon as possible.
recommend you also keep a personal copy of your Current Medication
Record in your billfold or purse at all times for quick reference or in
case of emergency. Remember to update it any time there is a change.