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We want to make your visit as easy as possible. That’s why we gathered some resources to view before you arrive.
To prepare for your appointment, please print out the forms below and bring them with you.
Lab Test Tracking Log
Blood Pressure Log
Insurances We Accept
We accept most major insurance providers, including the following. If you don’t see your insurance listed below, please give us a call and we will help you determine your options.
- Aetna Better Health
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Capital Blue
- First Health Network
- Geisinger Health Plan
- Health America/Health Assurance
- Healthnet of Northeast
- Highmark BCBS
- Highmark Premier Blue Shield
- Independence BCBS
- Keystone East
- Keystone First
- Keystone Health
- Optum Health
- Personal Choice
- Preferred Care
- UHC (UnitedHealthcare) Commercial and PPO
CO-PAYS: Please note that a co-pay may be required based on your insurance. Consult with your insurance company before you arrive and bring any required co-pays with you to your visit.
What is nephrology? What is it exactly that you do?
Nephrology is the study and treatment of the kidney and the various disorders that affect it. Our board-certified nephrologists help patients manage their kidney health through treatment, lifestyle improvements, and, when necessary, procedures.
How can I schedule an appointment?
To schedule an appointment, please call our office at (215) 744-2266.
Are you accepting new patients?
Yes, we are currently accepting new patients! To schedule an appointment, please contact our office at (215) 744-2266.
To make your first visit easier, please print and fill out our First Time Patient Packet. Make sure to bring the packet, your most recent insurance card, and your co-pay (if applicable) with you.
What are your hours?
Our typical hours are as follows:
Monday – Friday: 8am – 4pm
Saturday – Sunday: Closed
Hours are subject to change without prior notice. For the most up-to-date hours, please call our office at (215) 744-2266.
How do I contact a provider after hours?
Please contact our office at (215) 744-2266 and our after hours service will be happy to address your concern.
I’m having a medical emergency. What should I do?
We are here to help. If you are experiencing shortness of breath, chest pain, or an irregular heartbeat, call 911 immediately.
For all other emergencies, please call (215) 744-2266 and our team will help you determine the necessary next steps.
Where are you located?
Our providers are active in the Philadelphia kidney care community, practicing at some of the areas top hospitals and dialysis units, as well as our offices.
For a full list of our locations, visit our locations page.
When will I receive my lab or test results?
Due to the current COVID-19 enviroment, timing on test results can vary greatly. Upon receipt of your results, a member of our team will contact you to notify you of your results.
For any questions or concerns, please contact our office at (215) 744-2266.
Diet for Gout Prevention
Glycemic Index Diet Guide
Kidney Stone Plate Planner
Kidney Stone Plate Planner – Vegetarian
Low Phosphorus Diet Guide
High Potassium Food Chart
Low Potassium Food Chart
Low Purine Diet Guide
Low Sodium Diet Guide
Cut Down on Sodium
Dieta con bajo contenido de oxalatos
Dieta baja en fósforo
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