First Visit

First Visit for Pediatrics:

When coming to the Community Check-Up Center for your first visit with your child, be sure to bring the following items:

  • Insurance Card
  • Picture ID
  • Social Security Number
  • Name of your pharmacy

When you check in with the Receptionist, you will be asked questions such as your address, phone number, email address, etc. You will also be asked about the size of your family and family income. Because we receive some government funds, we are required to get this information from all patients.

After completing the information with the Receptionist, you will be asked to take a seat in the Waiting Room until it is your child’s turn to be seen. You will be called back by a Medical Assistant who will take your child’s measurements, blood pressure, temperature, and ask about the reason for your visit. Then the doctor will see you. You will also have an opportunity to ask any questions you may have.

Because we are a non-profit organization that depends on grants and donations, we encourage our patients to make a donation when possible.

First Visit for Family Planning:

When coming to the Community Check-Up Center for your first visit, be sure to bring the following items:

  • Insurance Card
  • Picture ID
  • Social Security Number
  • Name of your pharmacy
  • List of medications and dosage
  • Date of your last PAP
  • Medical Records (if previously seen by another provider)

It is also helpful if you can provide the date of your last menstrual period.

When you check in with the Receptionist, you will be asked questions such as your address, phone number, email address, etc. You will also be asked about the size of your family and family income. Because we receive some government funds, we are required to get this information from all patients.

After completing the information with the Receptionist, you will be asked to take a seat in the Waiting Room until it is your turn to be seen. You will be called back by a Medical Assistant who will check your weight, blood pressure and ask for the reason for your visit. If indicated, a urine sample may be requested. Then the Nurse Practitioner will see you. You will also have an opportunity to ask any questions you may have.

Because we are a non-profit organization that depends on grants and donations, we encourage our patients to make a donation when possible.