Patient information and resources
Getting ready for your appointment
At OptumCare™ Medical Group, we pride ourselves on offering you care that’s built around you. You’ll want to bring some items with you to make sure you get the care you need at every visit. If it’s your first time at one of our offices, we want to get to know you and your personal health situation.
Here’s what to bring to your appointment:
- Patient registration and information forms. Print out and complete the forms below, and bring them to your appointment. That way we’ll have your most recent information. These forms should be updated each year. Also, let us know if there are any changes, such as your address or phone number. We also want to know whenever your health changes. If you complete the forms ahead of time, it will also speed up your waiting time in the office.
- Medicines you’re currently taking. It’s helpful to bring your medicines to your appointment. Also, bring any vitamins or supplements you take. It’s best to bring them all in their original bottles. If you don’t have the original bottles, bring a list of your medicines and the amounts you take.
- Immunization (shots) record. Bring a record of any shots you’ve had to your first appointment, if you have it. This record is especially helpful if we are seeing your child or adolescent.
- Advance care planning info. If you’ve already done some advance care planning, please bring any documents with you to your appointment. This includes your advance care directive if you have one. Your health care provider will go over it with you during your appointment.
- Medical insurance card and photo ID. Always bring your health plan (medical insurance) card to your appointments. We will also need to see your photo ID. Depending on your health plan, you may need to pay a co-pay at the time of your visit.
- Medical Release Form: If you saw another doctor in the past, it can be very helpful for us to get a copy of your health records from that doctor. You can print out the form below, fill it out and send it to your former health care provider. This gives your doctor permission to send your records to us.