Please call 623-975-0500 to schedule appointments.
New patients should arrive 15 minutes prior to their appointment in order to fill out paperwork. For your convenience, you can click on the following links to download and print out your new patient paperwork:
- General Patient Information
- Medical History
- History and Physical
- Insurance Information
- Patient Financial Responsibility
- Physicians Involved in My Care
- Medical Records Release to Dr. Rundbaken
- Medical Records Release from Dr. Rundbaken
To help facilitate your visit, bring completed paperwork to your first appointment or fax it to us prior to your appointment. A staff member may call prior to your appointment to verify information contained in the paperwork, or to ask additional questions.
Please bring your current medication list with you to all appointments.
In order to better serve you, please:
- Notify the receptionist if your address, phone number, insurance, or emergency contact info has changed.
- Urgent appointments may be scheduled by the front office with Dr. Rundbaken’s approval.
- If this is a follow-up for lab work or radiology, please have it completed at least 7-14 business days prior to your appointment so that the results are available for your visit.
- Inform the medical assistant if you need prescriptions for 30 or 90 day supply, and please verify that we have the correct pharmacy in our records.
- Request refills from your pharmacy. If a doctor approval is required they will notify us.
What to bring for your appointment:
- Your current medication list
- A list of any questions you may wish to ask Dr. Rundbaken.
- If you are a new patient, please download and complete our new patient forms (see links above), so that you may have these completed prior to your visit.
- Payment for your co-pay, if you have one.
- Insurance card (Click here to see the insurance we accept.)
- Photo ID
- All patients and those accompanying patients: We would appreciate it if you would refrain from wearing perfume, cologne, scented lotions, etc., when visiting our office. As our patients have serious respiratory conditions, this could cause them to have breathing emergencies.
- Please turn cells phones off or set to vibrate when you are with the doctor or medical assistants.
What to Expect During Your Appointment
Upon your arrival, sign in with the front desk and turn your paperwork in to the receptionist. If we do not already have it, she will need a copy of your current proof of insurance and photo ID.
The receptionist will call you back to the window to collect your co-pay, return your insurance cards and photo ID. Please relax in the waiting area and one of our office staff will be with you shortly. Please appreciate that we strive to keep on schedule, however, we treat many extremely ill patients. Patients with multiple issues may require a longer visit and unexpected emergencies can occur. We value your time and attempt to give each patient the necessary attention required.
Our staff will direct you to the exam room and take a brief history, including the reason for your visit, symptoms, and concerns you may have about your medical condition. Your vitals will be taken and your electronic medical record will be updated.
Next, Dr. Rundbaken will take a detailed history, reviewing any studies or records and perform an exam. A diagnosis will be determined and treatments recommended. If further testing is required, you will be given lab and x-ray information and directed to the appropriate facility based on your insurance. Certain testing is scheduled by our staff.
All labs and radiology results that are ordered by Dr. Rundbaken will be sent back to him for his review. A follow up visit is required to discuss results.
Please write down any questions before your visit if possible and feel free to ask any questions during your visit as they arise. It may be helpful to bring a spouse or good friend with you to your appointment to help with instructions.