To schedule an appointment, please call our office at 645-7974
If you have a medical emergency,
please call 9-1-1 or go to the Emergency Room.
We are currently not accepting new patients at this time.
For your initial visit with us, please bring the following with you:
- Insurance card(s)
- Photo ID
- Bottles of any medications you are currently taking
Same Day Visits
When you're not feeling well, you don't want to wait. For established patients who call before 9 a.m., we can usually get you in on the same day.
In certain situations, we are able to perform visits without you having to leave your home. These visits require you to have an internet-connected smartphone, tablet or laptop with a camera and microphone. Visit our Telemedicine page for more information about how to test devices and what to expect.
If you have an immediate life threatening situation such as a severe injury or crushing chest pain, call the ambulance by dialing 911.
For non life threatening emergencies, you may call us to see if
we can accommodate you, as many emergencies may be handled in
our office. This may be more convenient and less expensive
for you. Please note we do not have x-ray equipment, so if
you think you have a broken bone you would be better served
at one of the local urgent care centers.
We ask that you make every effort possible to keep
your appointments. If you need to reschedule, please call
us at least 24 hours prior to your appointment time. If, due
to circumstances not under your control, you are unable to keep
your appointment and unable to provide 24 hours advance
notice, please let us know as soon as possible so we may schedule
another person requiring care. Should you miss an appointment
without contacting us in advance, you will be charged a missed appointment fee.
Please help us serve you better by keeping scheduled appointments,
or letting us know as soon as possible when you can't.
Late for Appointments
If you are more than 5 minutes late for your appointment you
may be asked to reschedule. We apologize for this, but if
you're late for your appointment Dr. Ogg will be late to see
every person scheduled after you. We do not overbook appointment
times and strive to keep a timely schedule. Please help us do
so by arriving at our office on time.