Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. Our office is a high-risk environment due to the wide range of ages and health conditions of our patients. To help protect our patients and staff from the transmission of COVID-19, we require everyone who enters our doors to wear the CDC approved face coverings and practice social distancing as much as possible. If you do not have a face covering, you will be asked to return to your vehicle and your appointment will be rescheduled. If you prefer not to wear a face covering, we offer Telehealth virtual appointments for your convenience. Your patience and understanding is appreciated as we all work together during this difficult time.
The primary care physicians and clinicians at Pak Medical Group specialize in a wide range of healthcare services including women’s healthcare services, treatment of chronic conditions, and much more. We practice preventative healthcare, and our largest area of focus is our geriatric services and caring for the senior citizens of our communities.
Primary care usually serves as the front door to a patient’s healthcare services. Primary care physicians are skilled in preventing, diagnosing, and treating medical conditions from head to toe for a wide age group – caring for the whole patient, not just treating the disease or ailment. Learn more about our primary care services.
Preventative healthcare is a proactive, team approach to helping you take charge of your health. We proudly partner with you, your caregivers, your loved ones, and other medical specialist to manage and improve your healthcare conditions including the physical, mental, and social aspects of your life. Preventative healthcare often includes physical exams at which time we may review your family medical history, discuss existing conditions, recommend healthy lifestyle choices, and more. We establish your baseline health and work with you to maintain or improve your health and prevent future concerns or medical conditions from happening. We provide health counseling, disease screenings, treatment of illnesses, treatment of injuries, immunizations, and management of long-term conditions.
Telehealth is an easy, convenient, and safe way to meet with your physician or clinician from the comforts of home using your smartphone, tablet, or computer. Learn more about Telehealth virtual appointments and how you can schedule an appointment today.
New patients: Please download, print, and complete the packet of new patient forms and bring them with you to your appointment. Or, you can fill out the forms online and submit them electronically for your convenience. If you are unable to fill out the forms prior to your visit, simply arrive at least 15 minutes early so we can assist you with your paperwork.
All patients: Please bring your driver’s license or ID card, insurance information if applicable, a list of current prescription and/or over-the-counter medications, results of any tests or screenings administered outside of our center that may be applicable if possible (or you can have them faxed to us prior to your visit), and any co-payment, deductible, or co-insurance required.