FAQs

General Questions

Please have your pharmacy fax a refill request to our office. Allow 24 to 48 hours for a response.

Generally, your pap smear should be performed annually during your comprehensive examination. However, if you have had a history of abnormal pap smears, or your physician has instructed you differently, you may need to have a pap smear more or less frequently.

Patients are typically notified of test results by mail or a phone call. If three weeks have gone by and you have not heard from our office, please call to find out your results.

Patients are seen by appointment only. Urgent appointments will be scheduled based on the type and severity of the problem. If you have a true medical emergency, call 911.

We accept most health insurance plans. Please call our office to inquire about a specific healthcre plan.

You should receive a return call the same day. Make sure you provide a number where you can be reached day or evening.

If you have a medical emergency please call 911 or go to the nearest hospital. If you have an urgent condition that can not wait until normal business hours, you may call our answering service at 405-359-4237.

Patients should go to a Primary Care Physician (PCP) for care that is not in our specialty, such as ear aches, sore throats, broken bones, etc.

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