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We encourage you to look over our list of frequently asked questions we have compiled. If you don’t find an answer to your question, please, give us a call!
Our Care Plus pharmacist will inform you at the time of your prescription fill in office whether we have your prescription available or not. Should our Care Plus Pharmacy not have your prescription available, you will be directed to your primary pharmacy or a local pharmacy that can help you. Please keep in mind, any prescriptions that are prescribed at Georgia Pain and Spine Care cannot be filled outside of the state of Georgia.
8. I have insurance, which insurances are accepted both in the Care Plus Pharmacy and within Georgia Pain and Spine Care?
10. I had my MRI, they said the report was sent to your office – can you give me my results over the phone?
11. I have to leave for vacation, my prescription is due to be refilled during that time, what do I do?
12. I want to become a new patient, must I be referred or how do I obtain a referral to your facility?
At Georgia Pain and Spine Care, we want to be able to give our patients the utmost direct attention and provide them with the best possible care. In order for us to achieve this, we require that the following items be either faxed, mailed or dropped off at our facility before we can schedule your first appointment with any physician:
- The New Patient Packet completed and turned into the New Patient Coordinator
- Referral from the physician or insurance company referring you to our facility
- Current and valid driver’s license or identification card
- Current and valid insurance card(s)
- Name and phone number of the physician that prescribes your anticoagulant (blood thinner) if applicable
- All medical records from all physicians/facilities involved in your pain care for the ongoing/current pain from the past two years
- All imaging and imaging reports such as CT scans, x-rays and MRIs from the past two years pertaining to your ongoing/current pain
16. My referring physician told me that I would be getting an injection, why are we not doing so today?