About Your Visit
On your first visit we will discuss your medical history, concerns you may have, our urologist may want to check blood counts, kidney function, or test PSA (prostate-specific antigen) or testosterone levels.
The urologist may also order imaging studies. This can include sonography of the kidneys, the bladder, and/or the prostate; or an imaging scan to visualize specific organs.
Our goal is to address your concerns and treat your medical condition.
What should you bring to your appointment?
We want to answer as many of your questions at your visit. Please arrive 15 minutes before your appointment.
Please prepare for this by bringing:
- Drink lots of water prior to your visit as we need a full bladder so that a urine specimen can be analyzed.
- List of current prescriptions including dose and frequency
- All over the counter medications
- Driver’s license or state-issued identification card
- Primary and secondary insurance cards
- A friend or family member to take notes/help with questions if needed
- A list of your questions /concerns/ past medical history and surgeries
- A copy of your XRAYS / CT scans (not just the reports – please get the actual CD with images.
- Recent blood test results, if you have them