New Patient Forms and Information


New Patient Paperwork

Please print and complete these forms prior to you initial appointment.  If you have any trouble printing these, please call our office to have them mailed to you or stop by to pick up a copy.  These forms provide your physician with all the important information to start the process of helping you.  If you are unable to complete these forms ahead of time, please come to the office 30 minutes early to have time to complete this forms.  Arriving with incomplete paperwork may result in a shortened visit or the need to reschedule your visit.

All new patients should complete this packet, regardless of the type of appointment you are having.  If there is additional paperwork required for your visit, it will be minimal and can be completed in the office.

You need Acrobat Reader 5.0 or greater installed on your computer to download, view and print these forms


Please bring your completed paperwork, insurance card and identification to your initial visit.  It is a good habit to always have your identification and insurance card for all visits.

Please provide enough time for your appointment.  Naturopathic appointments may take longer than you are used to.  When scheduling, our staff can tell you how long to plan for your appointment, but generally, new patient appointments are 60-90 minutes and follow up appointments are 30-60 minutes.  If you have time constraints, please tell our staff or your provider as soon as possible.

Depending on your condition, you may also want to bring any medications or supplements you are currently taking for review by our physicians.  Alternately, a detailed list of what you take, dosage and how often you take it can be compiled ahead of time and brought to your initial visit.

Our physicians may request records from your other or previous healthcare providers.  If you have copies of your most recent blood work, please bring them to your initial visit.

For appointments involving acupuncture, please wear loose, comfortable clothing that allows easy access to your arms to the elbow and legs to the knees.