Thank you for choosing Moore County Internal Medicine for your health care needs!
Please assist us by providing the following information at the time of your first visit: A list of medications you are currently taking (including dosage and times), your medical insurance card(s), your picture ID, and your medical history.
Below is some additional helpful information for new and existing patients.
Don't let the name fool you; internists treat the entire person, not just their internal organs. Internists develop long lasting and beneficial relationships with their patients throughout their entire lives and are fully trained to treat patients ranging in their late teen years up to those in later stages of life. Internists receive specialized training to not only recognize and treat common and currents diseases, but to identify initial factions that can lead to the onset of more serious illnesses. They are also trained to diagnose and treat chronic illnesses, including those situations where multiple illnesses are present at the same time.
COMMON SERVICES WE PROVIDE
Routine illnesses such as cold and flu
Vascular and heart disease
Joint and rheumatologic problems
Endocrine/ hormonal problems
INSURANCE & FINANCIAL POLICY
Insurance companies and their policies are known to vary greatly. Please check with your insurance company to determine what they require in order to cover your appointment with us, or our office can gladly determine that for you before we schedule you in. Please help us to ensure that your visit does not cost you more than necessary by knowing what your insurance companies policies are.
We Are Participating Provider for the Following Insurances:
Blue Cross/ Blue Shield
Cactus Preferred Network
If your insurance is not listed, you may contact your insurance carrier or simply contact our office to check if we are a participating provider.
Office Visits & Surgeries: Full payment, copays, and/or deductibles are due at the time of your appointment. Every effort is made to accurately estimate this charge, but please be aware that this will only be an estimate based on what we know about your insurance company. The final determination of payment will lie with your insurance carrier.
Caveat: The fees discussed by us with you represent the fees for the services provided by Moore County Internal Medicine only. Hospital, laboratory, imaging, or other physician services will not be included in any estimate provided by us.
BEFORE YOUR APPOINTMENT
Please help us to ensure that your visit does not cost you more than necessary by knowing what your insurance companies policies are.
MAKING AN APPOINTMENT
Once you know if your insurance requires a referral before making your appointment, please just give our office a call at (806) 935-9194 and we will help schedule you at on a convenient date and time.
LATE FOR AN APPOINTMENT/NEED TO RESCHEDULE?
If you are more than 15 minutes late for your scheduled time, we may need to reschedule your appointment. If you will be unable to make your appointment at all, please contact our office to cancel or to reschedule, preferably 24 hours in advance, so we may allow another patient to be seen in your place.
AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY
Please contact the Moore County Hospital District Emergency Department at (806) 935-7171 or go directly to the E.R. located at 224 East 2nd Street.
Our staff will answer your questions and, if necessary, Dr. Miguel or Dr. Collie will return phone calls at the end of the day as to not interfere with the evaluation and treatment of other patients being seen.
Moore County Internal Medicine is proud to be a service of the Moore County Hospital District. We work together with other physician clinics, outpatient, and inpatient hospital services to provide the best experience for each and every one of our patients.