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Uga Patient Agreement Form

In order to better serve our patients, we establish these rights and duties to guide our actions and care. Collect your personal information about health developments and drug records. Complete the history of health online. Enter the information carefully and press the “Send” button once. 1. What is a PCP? 2. Will I see the same primary supply provider (PCP) every time I go to the Health Centre? 3. Who decides who my primary supply provider (PCP) is? 4. Can I change the primary supply provider (PCP) to which I am assigned? 5. Do I have to make an appointment? Can I come in? 6. Can I be seen during lunch or after work? 7. How long does my appointment last? 8. What if I have an emergency and can`t wait to see my supplier? 9.

Can I make an appointment online? 10. Can I be seen “after hours” in the evening or on weekends? 11. I don`t remember who I should see. What am I supposed to do? 12. What if I am to be seen today and my primary supply provider (PCP) is out? 13. Is it necessary to make an appointment with my doctor if I only need a prescription reload? 14. And if I needed other services, if I came to my primary provider. Will he or she be able to do this for me? 15. Is it more expensive to see an MD than a medical assistant (PA) or a nurse (NP) or is it just a package on the whole line? 16. What type of insurance is accepted in the health centre and do I need a referral from my doctor to home? 17. Will my insurance ensure that my first provider is here at the health centre? 1.

What is a PCP? Your primary care provider (PCP) at the UHC is a clinician (doctor, medical assistant or nurse) with training, experience and expertise in managing medical problems in primary care. Your PCP is the person you should see for most of your health needs. 2. Will I see the same primary supply provider (PCP) every time I go to the Health Centre? Your primary care provider (PCP) is the person you should see for most routine problems, but there are a few conditions or needs that you should see another doctor. For example, for women`s health issues, you should contact the women`s clinic, and for any musculoskeletal problems or sports problems, you should contact the Red/Sports Medicine Clinic. If you call your appointment or go online to make an appointment, you will be guided by this process. 3. Who decides who my primary supply provider (PCP) is? Primary Service Providers (PCPs) are randomly assigned by the computer, except in some cases where a person already sees a doctor regularly or has requested a primary care provider prior to orders.