Scheduling an appointment with our physicians can be done by calling one of our locations or by emailing us via the link on the Contact page. For your convenience, we offer a variety of appointment options to fit your schedule.

If your preferred physician is not available, we have other well-trained specialists to cater to your needs. These physicians can access your information electronically, regardless of location.

In the event of any medical emergency, please call 911.

We ask that you kindly arrive at your appointment 15 minutes before the scheduled time. This ensures we can assist you in completing or updating your information, including your most current insurance card to verify benefits. We will also confirm your mailing address, email address and phone number so that we are able to contact you, as well as:

  • A list of your current medications
  • Referrals (if appropriate)
  • The name and phone number of your emergency contact
  • The name and phone number of your pharmacy

For your convenience, we have provided our forms for download if you would like to print and complete them prior to your appointment.

Payment is required at the time of service and will be collected during the check-in process.

Please bring your updated medical records, if they have not already been sent to us, along with a photo ID at the time of your appointment. If you are coming to us following pediatric care, please include your immunizations in your medical records.

We have also provided our forms for download if you would like to print and complete them prior to your appointment.

If you cannot make it to your appointment, we ask that you contact us at least 24 hours in advance to cancel or reschedule your visit. Failure to do so could result in a cancellation fee.

Our physicians strive to provide the best experience possible by developing a treatment plan tailored to your individual needs. As part of that effort, we ask that you provide your most current medication information, as well as any documents related to treatment you may have received (e.g., during an emergency room visit or at another practice) and lab and/or radiology test results.

Garden State Medical Group is able to perform a variety of onsite testing, including blood tests and diagnostic imaging (e.g., X-ray, magnetic resonance imaging [MRI]).

Your insurance plan has strict guidelines as to where each test can be performed, and our staff will help you choose the option that best fits your needs. If Garden State Medical Group is an approved site, we will perform the test during your visit or schedule a follow-up appointment to do so.

Once you have completed your exam, you will be directed to see one of our staff members. At this time, we will schedule any necessary follow-up appointments and provide you with any written prescriptions.

In some instances, insurance companies do not reimburse our practice for the cost of the immunization. Therefore, it may be necessary for you to bring a prescription to a pharmacy and have the immunization administered there.

To help provide you with the best care possible, your physician may discuss important aspects of your overall care. This involves preventive health and wellness guidelines, including a discussion of such topics as nutrition, yearly health screenings, weight and healthy lifestyle choices. This focus on comprehensive care will allow us to help you optimize your health.

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