Primary Care Routine Visit

Appointments are available for new and established, returning patients. What to expect at your primary care visit.

FOR THE VISIT

  • If you are a new patient, you will meet your new provider and possibly a medical student.

  • If you are a return patient you will usually see your primary care provider but may see a teammate or colleague if you needs urgent care or your doctor is unavailable.
  • Your provider will review your history, medications, and previous tests.
  • Your visit will take between 45 minutes to one hour once you have been checked in.

WHAT YOU NEED TO DO TO GET READY FOR THE VISIT

  • Bring your UNC Medical Record Card
  • Bring your insurance card
  • Bring all of your medications (bringing the bottles is best)
  • Bring copies of any records you may have from previous doctors including lab results, test results, or letters.
  • Bring your glucose meter if you have one.
  • Complete and bring new patient information forms
  • Take your medicine as usual on the day of your visit.

WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE FUTURE

  • If you have any blood tests taken, you should expect to be contacted by your provider through a letter or a phone call about the results of your tests.
  • If you do not hear from your provider within 2 weeks, please call the office to get the results.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

After hours on evenings or weekends, you may call 919-966-3820 for an advice nurse.

If you have a medical emergency please call 911.

Please call us at 919-966-1459 if you have any questions or cannot make it to your appointment.