If you would like to schedule an appointment, please follow the instructions below. This will allow our doctors to address your medical concerns and make your appointments as productive as possible.
Please contact us by phone or e-mail. We will send you the forms that are necessary for you to complete and return prior to scheduling your first appointment.
If you wish to contact our office by telephone and need to leave a message, please make sure to leave your name and telephone number including the area code.
Phone: (949) 478-8858
Fax: (949) 242-2465
E-mail: [email protected]
When you receive the packet containing the forms, please fill them out completely. Once you have filled the forms out, please return the packet to our office.
You will also need to complete the Medical Record Release Form(s) and send them to the appropriate physicians and/or other healthcare providers who can provide information relating to the condition that you are going to be evaluated for. Your records should be sent to our office:
3900 West Coast Hwy, Suite 310
Newport Beach, CA 92663
Fax: (949) 242-2465
Email: [email protected]
Once we receive the requested information, we will call you to make an appointment. Please allow our office approximately 1 week to contact you.
Your first appointment will last about 60 minutes. During your initial visit, we will review your medical history, current concerns, laboratory results, imaging results and the medical records provided by your physicians. You will be given a brief test to check your memory and cognitive abilities. At the end of your first appointment, we will schedule your next appointment.
Any appointments that are not cancelled or rescheduled at least TWO BUSINESS DAYS prior to the scheduled appointment will be charged $100. NO EXCEPTIONS.
All returned checks are subject to $50 charge; this charge is not covered by your insurance.
Our office accepts Medicare, which means that we accept the Medicare fee schedule. Medicare usually pays 80% of their allowed fee. The patient is responsible for any remaining allowed amount including their deductible. If you are covered by a secondary insurance carrier, we will submit a claim to them after Medicare has processed the claim.
PPO / Private Insurances
We are "out of network"/"non-participating" for most PPO or private insurances. Insurance companies typically reimburse "out of network"/"non-participating" providers at a lower rate. The patient is responsible for the difference between the billed amount and the amount that is paid by the insurance carrier.
*We recommend that you check with your insurance carrier about your individual coverage.
We are not a provider for any HMO and do not accept any HMO insurances. If you wish to see our physicians you will be considered a cash patient and will be responsible for the entire visit including any testing.