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Needmore Road Primary Care

Patient Guide

Appointment/Procedure Preparation

Please contact the office at (937) 278-5854 to verify that we are taking new patients.

What to Expect

New patients can complete a Patient Registration form, Minor Registration form, Health History form and Authorization for Release of Medical Information form (required if we need to obtain records from another or previous physician). Please download these forms and bring them to your first visit. If you cannot download the forms, please plan to arrive 30 minutes early to complete the forms.

Please bring your health insurance card, picture ID and your current medications with you to your appointment.

If you have a co-pay, please be prepared to make payment at the time of service.

After Your Visit or Procedure

You will receive follow-up instructions and notification of test/lab results by phone or mail.

You also will be given the opportunity to sign up for MyChart – an electronic medical record which allows you to review your medical information online and communicate with the team at Needmore Road Primary Care through the secure Website. MyChart also allows you to schedule appointments, check your current and past lab results and ask other medical questions. View the MyChart Tip Sheet to see how to request prescription refills.

Billing & Insurance

Find a list of the major insurance plans accepted by most Premier Physician Network offices here. Needmore Road Primary Care accepts most of these insurance plans.

Premier Physician Network’s customer service team is happy to answer any questions about billing and insurance you may have. Find detailed billing and insurance information in the Premier Physician Network billing section.

About Electronic Medical Record (EMR)

The physician and staff will document your medical information, including your list of current medications, immunizations and preventive health screenings, personal health history, family health history, any current active medical problems, vital signs and the details of each visit with the physician, in our electronic medical record.  Each exam room is equipped with a computer terminal. While the medical assistant and the physician focus on your visit, they may also enter important information into your medical record, order tests, and list medications and other health information.

How does the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) benefit you?

By entering your medical information into our system—which is accessible only by healthcare providers in the Premier Health network of physicians and hospitals—your doctor makes sure that, should you visit a Premier hospital or specialist, that physician has your most accurate and up to date medical information. This is especially important in case you have a medical emergency or illness that requires hospitalization.

Another benefit is that we can quickly get your test results from services performed in a Premier hospital or diagnostic facility, and laboratory services performed at Compunet Clinical Laboratories.

Referring you to Premier facilities is easy and efficient, as instructions from the physician to the hospital or facility are sent electronically. The facility will contact you within 24 hours to schedule your services and instruct you on test preparation. Most test results are available for the physician to review electronically in 48 to 72 hours; many are available even sooner.

Prescriptions and refills of medications can be sent electronically to your pharmacy, or—in most cases—to your mail order pharmacy service. This speeds the process for you and improves communication and accuracy between the physician and pharmacist.

All healthcare service providers are bound by Premier's confidentiality and compliance policies, as well as government regulations regarding protection of your privacy, when using the EMR. Your information is safe and secure, accessible only by those directly involved in your care.

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