The Nephrology Clinic 1600 Specht Point Rd # 127 Fort Collins, CO 80525-4311 Phone: 970.493.7733

New Patient Information

Physicians at The Nephrology Clinic offer comprehensive services, including: Management of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Management of high blood pressure or hypertension Care of patients requiring dialysis Management of metabolic bone disease Management of anemia related to CKD Coordination of care for patients before and after kidney transplant Care of patients with kidney stones How do I make an appointment? We ask that you check with your primary care provider before scheduling an appointment with us. After you have talked with your provider, his or her office staff may call us to request a consultation for you with one of our physicians. You may also call us directly to request an appointment. If you will need translation services, please mention this when our office is first contacted. Once your new patient appointment is scheduled, our office staff will send you the Patient Information and History Form. Please complete this form carefully. Make sure to list all of your current medications, specifying the dose and how often you take the medication. You will find this information on the prescription bottle. Please bring the completed Information and  History Form with you to the office at the time of your appointment.     Download Form Here If you need help completing the Patient Information and History Form, we ask that you arrive at your appointment at least 20 minutes early. Our staff will be happy to assist you. What to expect at your first appointment Your first appointment will take 60 to 90 minutes. It may be helpful to bring along a family member or someone who knows you and can help share information about your medical history. We will ask you for a sample of urine so we may examine it under the microscope. Our office requires at least 24 hours advance notice if you are not able to keep your appointment with us. Please notify our office as soon as possible if you must cancel your appointment so that we may offer medical care to another patient. Payment Requirements We will ask you for all of your insurance cards and make photocopies of them for our billing records. These cards contain important information to help us file your claim. Depending on your medical insurance company, you may be asked to pay a co-payment when you check in for your appointment. For your convenience, we accept most major credit cards, personal checks, debit cards, or cash. If you are seen at one of our out-reach clinics, we will mail you a self- addressed, stamped envelope so that you may send us your co-payment. Please contact our billing department if you have any questions about your insurance coverage or if you do not have medical insurance. Privacy Policy Our practice is dedicated to maintaining the privacy of your protected health information. In conducting our business, we will create records regarding you and the treatment and services we provide to you. We are required by law to maintain the confidentiality of health information that identifies you. We are also required by law to provide you with notice of our legal duties and the privacy practices that we maintain in our practice concerning your protected health information. For a complete copy of our Notice of Privacy Practices, please contact our office or click here to download the Notice of Privacy Practices 
The Nephrology Clinic 1600 Specht Point Rd # 127 Fort Collins, CO 80525-4311 Phone: 970.493.7733 

New Patient Information

Physicians at The Nephrology Clinic offer comprehensive services, including: Management of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Management of high blood pressure or hypertension Care of patients requiring dialysis Management of metabolic bone disease Management of anemia related to CKD Coordination of care for patients before and after kidney transplant Care of patients with kidney stones How do I make an appointment? We ask that you check with your primary care provider before scheduling an appointment with us. After you have talked with your provider, his or her office staff may call us to request a consultation for you with one of our physicians. You may also call us directly to request an appointment. If you will need translation services, please mention this when our office is first contacted. Once your new patient appointment is scheduled, our office staff will send you the Patient Information and History Form. Please complete this form carefully. Make sure to list all of your current medications, specifying the dose and how often you take the medication. You will find this information on the prescription bottle. Please bring the completed Information and  History Form with you to the office at the time of your appointment.     Download Form Here If you need help completing the Patient Information and History Form, we ask that you arrive at your appointment at least 20 minutes early. Our staff will be happy to assist you. What to expect at your first appointment Your first appointment will take 60 to 90 minutes. It may be helpful to bring along a family member or someone who knows you and can help share information about your medical history. We will ask you for a sample of urine so we may examine it under the microscope. Our office requires at least 24 hours advance notice if you are not able to keep your appointment with us. Please notify our office as soon as possible if you must cancel your appointment so that we may offer medical care to another patient. Payment Requirements We will ask you for all of your insurance cards and make photocopies of them for our billing records. These cards contain important information to help us file your claim. Depending on your medical insurance company, you may be asked to pay a co- payment when you check in for your appointment. For your convenience, we accept most major credit cards, personal checks, debit cards, or cash. If you are seen at one of our out-reach clinics, we will mail you a self- addressed, stamped envelope so that you may send us your co-payment. Please contact our billing department if you have any questions about your insurance coverage or if you do not have medical insurance. Privacy Policy Our practice is dedicated to maintaining the privacy of your protected health information. In conducting our business, we will create records regarding you and the treatment and services we provide to you. We are required by law to maintain the confidentiality of health information that identifies you. We are also required by law to provide you with notice of our legal duties and the privacy practices that we maintain in our practice concerning your protected health information. For a complete copy of our Notice of Privacy Practices, please contact our office or click here to download the Notice of Privacy Practices