This is a short list of our most frequently asked questions. For more information or support, please visit one of our locations or contact us by phone.
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Yes, it is alright to color your hair while you are pregnant. This will not cause you or your baby any harm.
You can print our medical record release here or you can pick one up at any of our offices. Your medical records will not be released without this document being completed.
This is not harmful to your baby. We take the welfare of both you and your baby very seriously. We do not do anything that is known to be harmful to your baby.
No. This is not a sign of labor. This simply happens near the end of pregnancy. It may be red/brown with tinges of blood mixed with it. This is normal.
For Priority Health patients who are already on our roster of primary care patients and are under the age of 50, we will continue to see you for your primary care needs. At this time, we are no longer accepting new primary care patients.
We accept cash, check or credit cards.
Your co-pay is required by your insurance company. It is a part of your contract with them and you should always expect to pay it prior to your visit.
Yes, as long as you are not on your heaviest flow day.
There is no guarantee that your doctor will deliver your baby. If you deliver your baby during office hours and your doctor is working, your doctor will deliver. Your doctor will also deliver if he/she is on call when you deliver. If your doctor is not working or not on call, you will be delivered by another one of our physicians.
A non-covered service is a service that your insurance company has deemed as a service that they do not pay for under any circumstance. If a service is a covered service we accept payment as outlined by the insurance company after all patient portions have been paid. Non-covered services were never considered a benefit to you under your policy and therefore are your responsibility to pay in full.
A co-pay is required to be paid at each visit.
Co-insurance is the portion of each bill that you owe in addition to your co-pay.
A deductible is that amount you must pay prior to any insurance benefits.
Our physicians are all on staff at Holland Hospital. Visit the Holland Hospital website for additional information at www.hollandhospital.org.