Patient Information

We want your visit with us to be as easy as possible. To help us help you, please bring these things with you to your appointment:

  • Health insurance information (card) and driver’s license.
  • A friend or family member who can take notes or help ask questions.
  • A list of all the medications you are taking, even if they are over the counter.
  • A CD of any X-rays, MRI, or CT scans that have been done. The facility where the imaging was done can provide you with a CD upon your written or oral request.
  • A CD of any previous imaging.
  • Notes or letters from other doctors about your ear, nose, or throat problems.
  • Completed registration forms. Click here to view our registration forms.

What to expect at your visit with us

Professionalism, Precision, and Pride…

Knowing what to expect during your evaluation with us at Grand Rapids Ear, Nose, & Throat, PC will allow you to feel comfortable and confident throughout the visit. After registration at the front desk, you will be shown to an exam by the  medical assistant. She will take a  health history. You will then meet the physician, who will discuss your complaints, confirm your medical history and personally review your records with you. Any previous digital imaging studies will  be reviewed with you in detail. A full head and neck, ear, nose and throat exam will be performed.

Your suspected diagnosis or clinical problem will be discussed and all of your questions answered. Often our physician and staff will provide you with literature and/or suggested reading to review prior to your follow-up visit.

Correspondence is always sent to your referring physician or your primary care physician detailing your condition or suspected diagnosis, tests recommended, prescriptions, and suggested consultations.

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Prescription Refills

For your convenience, call our office during normal business hours to refill your medication. Please have your pharmacy name and telephone number ready, as well as the medication you need refilled. We will need the strength of the medication and how you are taking the medication. If the patient is a child we need the child’s weight. We will also need to know if the patient is allergic to any medication. We will try our best to get all prescriptions called in within 24-48 hours.