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Michael K. Kim, M.D., F.A.C.S. Surgical Director, OC ENT SINUS & Associates.

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About Your Visit

Upon your visit, our office staff will update our system records to ensure we have the most current and accurate contact and insurance information. Our Physician will make a detailed review of your current medical problem and past medical history.

For your convenience and to make your visit more effective, please note the following:

  • Bring your Photo I.D. (Driver's License, Passport etc), Health Insurance Card(s), and payment for copays.
  • Be prepared to pay any co-payment and or deductible required by your insurance plan at the time of office visit. (Note: Your appointment will have to be rescheduled if you cannot provide your insurance card or information.)
  • Mastercard®, Visa®, & ATM cards, Checks, and Cash are accepted.
  • Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment to register for your visit.
  • If you have a complex problem, please bring copies of your medical records or tests including the actual CT or MRI scans on CD roms
  • Have diagnostic test results, pathology reports, and operative notes with you at the time of your office visit.
  • Have a printed list of all Medications and their dosages you are using with you.
  • Please bring the contact information for your current pharmacy and bring a list of questions and concerns.
  • A friend or family member can be helpful in taking notes with questions.
  • Please limit the number of people who accompany you to our office to maximize the comfort of our visitors; we suggest that adult patients be accompanied by only one person. However, we do welcome both parents of our pediatric patients.
  • If you are unable to keep your appointment, please call us within 24 - 48 hours to cancel or reschedule an appointment.

PLEASE NOTE:

We make every effort to be timely with the appointment we have scheduled for you and it is a priority! When we do occasionally run behind we do ask your understanding.

Our first priority, is helping each person with their individual needs and this can be challenging to appropriately schedule for. For example, your individual needs may be difficult to assess by our schedulers. Alternately, new problems may arise for you between the time you scheduled your appointment and the day you are seen. This introduces some uncertainty to the length of time needed for your appointment and therefore at times our office may run behind. Sometimes patients arrive late for their appointment due to extenuating circumstances. Rarely, we are called upon for an emergency which can cause us to dramatically change our schedules at short notice.

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