I don't do Blogs much... but just to note that we've updated the website.
The patient forms required for participating in Twardon Family Care have recently been updated. Now, by going to the "Patient Forms" menu option, you can download PRINTABLE versions of these forms. All patients need to complete these forms before I can provide care.
We've gotten requests for making our required enrollment forms available online-- they are now viewable, but not printable just yet. I'm working on this, and of course the forms are available in the office, for patients who have already reviewed them and are ready to sign them.
Patients who have expressed a desire to become members can actually enroll by completing the paperwork-- just call us and we'll guide you through the process.
We can now accept credit cards, debit cards, and checks. We are not yet able to arrange for automatic drafts from accounts.
The office has come a long way in a few short weeks. There are always a few bumps along the way! We're smoothing them out as we come to them, and are very happy with the new office space. We look forward to seeing you!
See the updated Pricing page under "How to Make Direct Primary Care Work"
And also there are updates on "FAQ" page, to address some questions that I've had.
Just a brief word-- we are looking forward to our new location, which will be very close to the old one, but just a little bit closer to town!
Twardon Family Care
135 Charlotte Highway, Suite E
Asheville, NC 28803
Please note-- there is one automated link in the "Opening A Blog" entry that pinpoints the WRONG location, but if you enter the address in your search engine, you'll see it, right across the street from the current address.
Lots of work to do, but pricing list hopefully updated this week, and a formal mailing with that!
I didn't envision doing a lot of blogging, especially when I'm needing to get a lot of other things set up for the clinic. However, I think it's best use for my practice will be a quick spot for patients to check on general updates, which is important. The website is otherwise filled with information and links, and it could get difficult to track when changes get made.