New Patient Info

What should I expect from Clinical Associates?
Expect a truly patient-focused practice. As our patient, you gain access to a seamless system of integrated medical care, including in-house specialists in 14 areas of practice as well as ancillary services.

 

What should I bring to my first visit to a Clinical Associates office?
Please bring your photo identification and insurance cards with you to your initial visit. Your information will be scanned into our records system.

How does Clinical Associates protect my medical records and information?
Clinical Associates values your privacy. We act in accordance with guidelines outlined by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996 Privacy and Security Rules, and the Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act of 2005 (PSQIA) Patient Safety Rule.

 

Clinical Associates' Notice of Privacy Practices

This notice describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information. Please review it carefully.

Who Will Follow This Notice

This notice describes Clinical Associates practices regarding the use of your medical information and that of:

  • Any health care professional authorized to enter information into your medical record.
  • All practitioners of Clinical Associates that you may visit
  • All employees, staff and other personnel who may need access to your information.
  • All entities, sites and locations of Clinical Associates follow the terms of this notice. In addition, these entities, sites and locations may share medical information with each other for treatment, payment or health care services described in this notice.

In this Section:

Our Pledge Regarding Medical Information
How We May Use and Disclose Medical Information About You   
Special Situations 
Your Rights Regarding Medical Information About You   
Complaints