Forms to be filled in before booking an appointment.


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My surgery has recently changed their procedure.
I am told I cant book an appointment until I jave filled in all the relevant forms that would usually be filled in prior to treatment.
My question is how doninknow if there's even a convenient appointment?
And surely the forms should be filled as close to the appointment as possible incase anything does change in thr meanwhile.
Could someone please clarify if this is standard procedure now.
As it makes jo sense at all.
 
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honestdoc

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Where are you located? In the US, if the surgery is fairly extensive, the office usually like to have a consult appointment first. Usually you are scheduled with the provider who will accept your 3rd party insurance to pay for most of the procedure. Hopefully all of your questions will be answered at that appointment. It may be difficult during Covid times when many offices are very short staffed meaning not enough front desk workers to help.
 

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