New Patients

Thank you for selecting our practice for your cardiology healthcare needs.

This information is for New Patients Only.

If you are a patient under continuing care, please refer to the "Treatment & Services" section
to get further information on CVC policies and procedures.

Office Hours

Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Scheduling an Appointment

To schedule an appointment, please call 602.867.8644.

Click Here to access the New Patient Registration forms.

You will need to fill these out completely and bring them with you to your appointment.

Preparing for your Visit

It’s best to wear comfortable clothing to your appointment. You will be asked to change into a gown for an examination. We also ask that you bring all of the medications you are currently taking.

After being evaluated by the physician or nurse practitioner, it will be determined if tests are necessary.

Before your appointment, we make it convenient for you by providing the necessary paperwork ahead of time.

The New Patient Registration forms can be downloaded here

for your convenience. Please fill out the forms in their entirety and bring to your scheduled appointment.

What to do if Tests are Necessary

Depending upon medical findings and any symptoms that you are experiencing, some diagnostic tests may be ordered, including blood work. Most of the testing is done in our CVC offices. At times, tests may be performed at an outside facility or local hospital.

Payment Policy

Payment of all co-pays, estimated co-insurance and deductible amounts are required at your visit. Copays will be collected at check-in for your convenience.

Insurance Filings

CVC will make every effort to verify your coverage prior to your scheduled appointment, yet CVC cannot guarantee coverage of services by your insurance company.*

As a courtesy, CVC will file your insurance claims for you and will communicate with your insurance company to resolve payment issues. However, in some circumstances you may be required to communicate with your insurance carrier to resolve these issues.

*CVC is on the preferred provider list of many major insurance companies.

Seeing Your Physician

At CVC, continuity of care is important to us. Therefore, you can expect to see the same physician at your scheduled appointments. However, your physician works with a mid-level provider who may help with your healthcare needs during your treatment plan. CVC believes that cardiovascular medicine is a team effort. At CVC, we have cardiologists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, specialized technologists, and many others working together to bring you the best of care.

Will I Still See my Family Physician?

Yes. You will still see your family physician for non-cardiac issues.

In some cases, your family physician may have referred you to CVC for cardiovascular testing. In this case, your CVC physician will discuss the results and follow your cardiac care needs . Some cardiovascular conditions require that you follow up with your CVC physician on a continual basis. During this process, CVC will communicate with your PCP by sending them a letter with your test results.

Initial Prescription Fills and Refills

If a CVC physician or provider writes a prescription, you can take it to any pharmacy approved by your managed care plan or provider.

The best time to take care of prescription refills is during your office visit. At this time your physician can verify the medicines you are taking and make changes if necessary.

If you need your routine medications refilled between office visits, you should call your pharmacy with this request. The pharmacist will then contact us for a refill approval.

Our pharmacy refill phone number is 602.482.7073

Patients Rights and Responsibilities / Privacy Policy

At CVC we value our patients’ rights and responsibilities as well as their privacy. To view our policies on these matters please click here to access our Patient Rights and Responsibilities and Privacy Notice documents.