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Preparing for Your Appointment

Whether you are seeing a provider in-person or through a telehealth appointment or are having surgery or a procedure at one of our facilities, you can prepare for your visit by reviewing and completing some documents and forms ahead of time. This will save you time and allow for limited-contact registration.

If you are receiving your care in-person, we have made it safer by:

  • Limiting visitors with few exceptions
  • Screening staff for COVID-19 symptoms
  • Testing and screening patients for COVID-19 prior to surgery and some selected outpatient procedures
  • Practicing social distancing in all clinics
  • Minimizing wait times in common areas
  • Requiring all patients and staff to wear masks
  • Cleaning with enhanced protocols

Register for MyChart. As a Presbyterian patient you can have secure online access to your Presbyterian electronic health records. In addition to many benefits, you will also have access to eCheck-In where you can complete required forms prior to your appointment.
Learn more about MyChart

Test Your Device. If you are scheduled for a video appointment, test your smartphone or computer to make sure your audio and video work well and are compatible.

Your responsibility, if any, for charges related to telehealth services is determined by your insurance plan. Please check with your health insurer if you have any questions. Learn more here.

What to Expect with Your Appointment

Review the protocols we have put in place before you arrive at our facilities for an appointment.

Pre-Registration Forms

Review documents that require your consent to receive care.

Requirements for Surgery, Procedures and Tests

Review the processes and forms required for surgical, procedural or testing treatment.

Why We Ask

Learn more about the questions we ask when logging in to your MyChart account, and sometimes when checking in for an appointment at one of our clinics or hospitals.