New Patients from Out of Town
"Can you help me remotely? What if I live far away?"
This is a question that comes in pretty often! While there are many things that technology allows us to do with modern care, there are things that require you to be here with us.
HOW TO BECOME A PATIENT AND BEFORE YOUR FIRST VISIT:
Kindly watch the video to the left, this is very important and will give you an introduction to Dr. Winters and his practice, as well as what to expect on your first visit.
It is very important to send copies of any lab work associated with your health (X-Rays, MRIs, blood work, etc.) along with your New Patient Information forms. You may access the forms below the video.
It is of UTMOST IMPORTANCE to fax, email, mail or bring lab work, X-Rays, MRIs, Reports, and blood work to the office for Dr. Winters to review at least 24 hours BEFORE your appointment. This allows Dr. Winters time to review your file and be prepared for your exam.
Please download, print, and complete the Adult New Patient History Form or the Pediatric History Form ( 16 years and younger ). Having the forms to us 24 hours before your first visit will help Dr. Winters be prepared to ask precise questions and target his exam. You can fax the form(s) to our office at 270-554-8795, scan and e-mail them to email@example.com or drop them by the office if you are local. If the forms will not be completed until your arrival you must arrive at least 45 minutes early. Our aim is to get unusually good results and that necessitates a thorough history.