What should I bring with me?
- Please have your insurance card and identification available. The registrar will then review your pre-admission information and complete the check-in process, including collecting any co-payments or deductibles as indicated by your insurance benefits. Please be prepared to cover these expenses prior to surgery.
- Arrange for cash or a check to be held by friends or family waiting for you in case a prescription is written and needs to be filled at a pharmacy after you are discharged.
- Leave your valuables, including jewelry and watches, at home.
- Do not wear contact lenses or make-up.
- If you are taking prescription and/or over-the-counter medications, vitamins, or herbal supplements, please bring a complete list containing the dosage(s) or the actual medicine bottles.
- If you are being admitted to the hospital after surgery, bring prescription medications in original pharmacy containers.
- If you received a packet of information and forms from your doctor, please bring this packet with you.
How long do i have to wait for an appointment?
- Patients can recieve and appointment within 24 hours of the call.
How often is Dr. Killam in the clinic?
- Dr. Killam is in the clinic Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.
When Dr. Killam is not in the clinic who do I see?
- Darnell Morgan PA
- Yolanda Williams PA
Does the clinic accept my insurance?
- Doc on the Bay accepts most major insurances. Click for a full list of insurances.
Why is better to have a board certified Internal Medicine doctor as my PCP?
- Board ceritified physicians are required to complete a certain amount of contiuing education. Increasing the physicans knowledge and providing a certain amount of accountability.
Does the clinic accept walk-ins?
- Walk-ins are always welcome.
How do I obtain my medical records?
- We provide all medical records. The fee is $25 for the first 25 pages and .25 cents a page after that.