What form of ID do I need to need for check-in at my appointment?
New federal legislation has been passed to protect your financial and health-related information. You will need to present a Photo ID when checking in for an appointment. If you are paying by credit card or check, we will need to confirm that your name matches the name on the credit card or check you are using.
The photo ID must include both the patient's name and picture to be accepted.
Some common examples include drivers license, passport, state-issued ID, military ID, school ID, nursing home ID, club/gym/store membership cards, etc. If you are unsure whether your photo ID will be accepted, we invite you to check with clinic staff when scheduling the appointment.
For our pediatrics patients, the guarantor will need to present a photo ID at registration. A child of any ago may present their own photo ID instead of the guarantor's.