Baptist Medical Group - Radiation Oncology
New Patient Paperwork
DEPARTMENT OF BAPTIST HOSPITAL
At Baptist Medical Group – Radiation Oncology, our expert team and physicians provide attentive and professional care, take the time to listen to your questions, and provide you and your loved ones with clear answers. Our staff is courteous, dedicated, and always working to put you, our patient, first.
When it comes to referrals, patient referral contact is initiated the same day it's received to ensure all patients receive the care they need in a timely fashion.
We strive to provide full medical support to every patient undergoing treatment by providing state-of-the-art medical care in a caring environment. Once treatment is completed, we provide proper follow-up to ensure patients remain in their optimal condition. Our physicians maintain close communication with referring physicians to enable completeness of inpatient care.
James Adams, M.D. and Joseph Weaver, Mm.D., FACP, are expert, caring physicians with years of radiation oncology experience and success. To learn more about them, please visit his profile page.
While at our office, you’ll meet with several of our staff members. Our front office staff will help you get settled and complete your paperwork. They’ll also see that our clinical staff know of your arrival and can start your care.
We’re so happy to have the opportunity to provide you with the compassionate, personal health-care experience you deserve. To ensure you have a pleasant first office visit, we ask that you please download and complete your new-patient paperwork prior to your appointment. Bring the completed paperwork along with the items provided in the “What to Bring” section below. Please also be sure to review the full “Appointment Information” section. As always, you can contact our office with any questions.
Please give 24-hour notice if you are unable to keep an appointment. If you are a new patient, arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled time. Bring insurance cards as well as a current list of medications.
We accept Medicare, Medicaid, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida and Alabama, Aetna, Health First Network, Humana, PHCS, Tricare, and United Healthcare.
It’s our policy that co-payments, co-insurance, deductibles and any outstanding balances are due at the time of service. This means that you will be expected to pay those items (as defined by your insurance policy) while at our office for your scheduled appointment. For your convenience, we accept payments in cash, check or credit card.
It’s important to note that you are financially responsible for the care you receive, even if your insurance does not pay. If you have questions, we encourage you to contact our office and our staff will do everything we can to serve you.
Referring To Our Practice
Order Facilitator is preferred for referrals, however, we gladly accept fax and phone referrals with demographics, insurance/authorization information, reports and physician dictations. Physicians or office staff may call 850.469.2200 or fax the information to 850.469.2202.
As part of Pensacola’s only community-owned health-care organization, it’s in our hearts to care for our community. The physicians, staff and affiliates dedicate countless hours to provide free screenings, free educational seminars, special fundraising events and more.