New Patients

If you are here, you are probably exhausted from living with pain. We understand. Things are going to get better, and we are here to help you take back control of your life. Please read through the instructions on this page carefully and follow them exactly. We want to give you relief as quickly as possible, and not get hung up on incorrect paperwork.

New Patients

What to Bring to the First Visit

For New Patients Requesting Consultations

A new patient requesting a consultation with Dr. Mark Moran that has an HMO insurance policy should contact their Primary Care Physician (PCP) to refer them to pain management. A referral is required with this type of policy. In addition, please have your primary care doctor fax the following to the New Patient Department:

A new patient requesting a consultation with Dr. Mark Moran that has a PPO insurance policy (most of the time) will not require a referral from a Primary Care Physician (PCP); therefore you can self-refer by filling out the form provided on this page. If you have been treated by a primary care, urgent care or emergency room doctor for pain, we will request medical records and will need to have them prior to scheduling your appointment. Dr. Moran prefers to have as much information as possible to better serve you.

For New Patients Requesting Consultations

Please Fax:

**A scheduler will call the patient to set up an appointment and notify the referring doctor of appointment confirmation.**

Procedure Instructions

Before your procedure make sure to check our of procedure instructions for information on what to expectbefore, during and after your procedure. Link to procedure instructions.

Office Policies

As we welcome you to our team, we want to make sure you are up to speed with the beliefs and foundations of our practice. 

Payment Policy and Accepted Insurances

We work with you and your circumstances to maximize your treatment plan. These include:

We accept most insurances.

All co-pays and deductibles are due at the time of check-in, including private pay.  Most all Medicare Supplement Plans accepted.

"We want you to be an active participant, not passive recipient, in your health care."

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