- Please bring your insurance card and any other updates of your record. The Woman's Clinic has transitioned to electronic medical records (EMR). This electronic system gives your physician easy access to your medical information without the inefficiency and occasional inaccuracies involved in sorting through paper records. In short, EMR allows us to better organize, review and understand your medical information, thus improving the safety and overall quality of your care. As part of your electronic record and to ensure your safety, we will take a photograph of you.
- If you are a new patient transferring from another practice, please bring your medical records with you if you feel information about your history would be helpful to the doctor. Otherwise, we can request your records at the time of your appointment.
Please arrive 15 minutes before your appointment time, so we can update your insurance records, process your co-payment and avoid delays that keep patients waiting.
Remember to bring:
- Your insurance card
- Your co-payment - we accept cash, check, Visa, and MasterCard
- A list of prescription medications and supplements you take and the dosage.
FAQ: Can I come for my annual exam if I have my period?
Light spotting shouldn’t interfere with your exam, however bleeding can affect the outcome of the exam, so you should reschedule. To reschedule, call an appointment scheduler (601-354-0870) or login to our secure patient portal to request a new appointment.
FAQ: What is a copayment?
When you have fee-for-service health insurance, your insurance company will typically approve and pay a percentage of your medical bills. You are responsible for the balance due, which is called your copayment or coinsurance.Why can’t you use the health insurance I have on file with the hospital?
The Woman's Clinic is an independent physician practice with its own administrative systems and medical records. It’s in this way that we can provide you individualized, specialized services. Our physicians have privileges at other hospitals to deliver babies and perform surgeries, but we do not share patient information otherwise.