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We are located at:

168 Maple Street;  Henniker NH 03242

  • Are you accepting new patients?
    Yes, We are accepting new Patients
  • Where do I start, how do I become a patient?
    All new Patients start with Referrals. Please obtain a Referral from your primary care provider, whether or not your insurance company requires one. All referrals should include Office Visit Notes, Labs, Imaging Reports, any Hospital records. If you are Transferring from another Rheumatology Practice, we request the current records to evaluate the plan you are following.
  • Do you take my Insurance?
    We gladly accept most commercial insurance plans, as well as Medicare with Supplemental Insurance. However, please note that we are unable to accept Medicare Advantage Plans or Medicaid at this time. ​ Important Considerations: Medicare Advantage Plans and Medicaid: Unfortunately, we cannot accommodate these plans. They often result in high out-of-pocket expenses for treatment and medications. Verifying Coverage: Before your visit, please contact your insurance company to verify if our office is included in your specific plan. Insurance options can vary significantly, and even if we accept a certain company, your chosen plan may not cover our services. In such cases, you would be responsible for the entire bill
  • How long does it take to get an appointment?
    How long will this process take? The duration of this process varies based on the receipt of your referral. Typically, it can take anywhere from 2 weeks to 2 months. As a small private practice, we meticulously review each referral with the utmost care and attention it deserves. You are welcome to call in and check the status
  • Will my appointment be in-office or online?
    In Office Visits are Preferred. We do have the capability of Telemedicine visits, from the comfort of your home using your computer, laptop, or cell phone. The online platform is through; the Telemedicine page of this website has easy button links to enter the virtual waiting room.
  • I am an existing Patient and I need a prescription refill.
    Always call your pharmacy first to see if they have an active refill on file. Prescription refill requests to the office require a 72 HOUR lead time to be processed, be aware that some specialty medications will take much longer due to the prior authorization process. Always call weeks in advance before you are out of your medication, this will ensure process time and availability at your pharmacy. Have your RX information handy when calling including the name of the drug, and the current dosages you take daily.
  • I need help with the Patient Portal {Breeze}
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