Our practice utilizes an Electronic Medical Record (EMR). There is a web portal that makes it easier to register and communicate with our office. A shortened link version is http://bit.ly/smithmedicine
Like the Patient Portal? Sure you do, lots of our patients love it. Wanna make it easier, and have easy access to it on your smartphone? Click here to download the free Healow App from eClinicalworks, available for iOS (iPhone, iPad) andAndroid phones. It is from the developers of our EHR, so yell at them if it doesn't work, not us.
NEW patients can Pre-Register online by clicking here. This saves you time on the phone and/or in the office answering background questions and filling out forms. Just click the link that says "Pre-Register" under the log in.
We take most commercial insurances (including Medicare, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Aenta, Cigna, United) and self-pay patients, but we do not participate with Medicaid or similar medical assistance programs.
The practice is accepting new patients. If you have an HMO plan and would like to see Dr Amy Smith and/or Angela LaFrance, you will need to contact your health insurance and notify them that you would like to choose Dr Amy Smith as your Primary Care Provider
If you have an HMO plan, and you want to see Dr BJ Smith for a Sports Medicine issues, you will need a referral from your primary care provider in order for Dr BJ Smith to see you. To make it easier, her are his referral numbers to have on hand when you call your Primary Care Provider.
Keystone Health Plan East: 2853969000
WHAT TO BRING TO YOUR APPOINTMENT (NEW PATIENTS OR CURRENT PATIENTS WITH NEW PROBLEMS) AKA HOW TO MAKE YOUR VISIT EASIER! -- PLEASE READ--
Most important: Photo ID, insurance card, and a method to pay your co-pay, which is due at time of service. We accept cash, check, or credit card (most major cards accepted, including Debit cards and Flexible Spending accounts).
Imaging: if you have had a x-ray or MRI for your problem, please bring a copy of the films (CD/DVD or printed out films) AND the report. If it was done at a Main Line Health site, we can usually access all of that online.
Other items: If you have a problem/injury to your lower extremities (foot, ankle, shin pain, knee injury, hip pain) bring a pair of shorts to put on -- it's easier then paper gowns and you won't look radiculous.
If it is shoulder/elbow issue, a t-shirt with loose sleeves or tank top is very helpful as well. You can wear it under your clothes or bring and change once in the Exam Room.
Runners should bring in their running shoes and any orthotics or inserts they use.
If you use a brace (such as an ankle support) bring that as well.