New Patients


We would like to welcome you as a new patient to Urology Associates of Central California. If you are interested in becoming a new patient, please call us at 559-321-2800 to schedule an appointment.

You should have received from us an envelope in the mail containing our new patient packet.  You may fill out these forms to the best of your knowledge prior to your arrival.  If you did not receive anything in the mail from us we will give you a new patient paperwork packet upon your arrival, but ask that you arrive 30 minutes before your scheduled appointment time to fill out the paperwork.  Our office is fully electronic utilizing an electronic health record, so it is important that you fill out your patient history and review of systems with as much detail possible.  Upon completion of your paperwork, our staff will enter this vital health information into your electronic record.  Please bring your insurance card and driver’s license which will be scanned into our system.  We will also take a picture of you to place in your electronic record when you check-in, and collect your co-payment (if applicable).

The following is a listing of documentation that is crucial for our urologists to see prior to your office visit:

  1. Previous lab work mainly PSA values, urinalysis, or urine cultures you have had in the past.  If you are referred for elevated PSA, your previous PSA’s are crucial in your treatment plan.
  1. Recent radiology reports such as CT scans, MRI, or kidney ultrasounds. For any CT scan or MRI of the abdomen and/or pelvis, please bring a CD of the study to your appointment. Most of our doctors will review those images at the time of your appointment. We have the ability to view these studies done at Sierra Imaging, WISH, Saint Agnes, and all Community hospitals. If you study was done anywhere else, please bring a CD with you.
  1. Any documentation from other doctors you have seen for your problem.
  1. Current medication listing with correct spelling and dosage information. We ask that you bring the actual bottles to your visit to enable us to document the proper medication and dosage.

Click here to see a list of our locations along with maps, and contact information. More than likely you will be seen in our main office. Our office is split up by “pods” and some of our doctors move around depending on the day of the week. At our main entrance there is a greeter desk that has signs pointing to the direction your doctor is located on that day. Feel free to ask our greeter where your doctor is and she will gladly show you.

We do our best to stay on time with our clinic schedules. Emergencies, however, can and do occur and your physician may be delayed. We greatly appreciate your understanding in this matter.

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