Conemaugh Physician Group practices recommend that only one visitor or support person accompany a patient to an office visit, and only if support is absolutely necessary.
Bring insurance card, co-payment, and list of all medications, both over the counter and prescription.
Let nursing staff know if you are currently using or are planning to use a mail order medical supplier.
Obtain prescriptions from physician at the time of appointment. Only emergency prescriptions will be called in by the nursing staff.
For non-emergenices, call the primary care physician office before going to the Emergency Department. This decreases wait time and increases knowledge of each patient's medical history.
If the situation is life-threatening, call 911 immediately.
To prevent prescription drug abuse and protect the health and safety of the community, the Pennsylvania Department of Health collects information on all filled prescriptions for controlled substances. Controlled substances are drugs that have the potential for abuse or dependence. This information helps health care providers safety prescribe controlled substances and helps patients receive appropriate treatment.
For information about addiction treatment, visit apps.ddap.pa.gov/gethelpnow or call 717.783.8200.
For additional information, visit doh.pa.give/PDMP.