Policies

At University Obstetrics & Gynecology the quality of care drives is of utmost importance to us. Your time is important and the time you spend with us is appreciated. Although we would never intentionally abuse that privilege it is impossible to predict when emergencies and other matters arise that consume more time than we may have planned for. Rest assured the quality of care we provide is equal to all patients. We appreciate your patience, support and understanding.

The following is a summary of office policies that should help orient you with University Obstetrics & Gynecology:

Making Your Appointment

Making your first appointmentWe're pleased that you have chosen University Obstetrics & Gynecology.

Please call 312.421.2010 or send an email to request your appointment.

Forms to Complete

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For your convenience,we've made a number of forms available directly from our web site that help facilitate and expedite your office visit.

Click on the links below to download each form. Please print and complete each form and then bring them with you to your next appointment:

What to Expect

  • Please arrive to your first appointment 30 minutes earlier than your actual scheduled time. This helps give us time to prepare your chart and have it ready by your scheduled appointment time.
  • In general, you should allow up to two hours for your total visit time on your first appointment (from the time you arrive to the time you checkout).
  • Be sure to bring your insurance card and a picture identification (drivers license or other state-issued ID).
  • Please be prepared to pay for any deductibles, co-pays or co-insurance payments required by your insurance carrier at the time of your visit. See payment policy section for more information. 

Payments & Cancelations

Payment Policy

Payments

We do collect all copays before your exam. For your convenience, we accept Mastercard, Visa, and personal checks.

Please understand that although we try to pre-verify all insurance information, understanding your insurance benefits is your responsibility.

Cancelations

Although we don't have a formal cancellation policy, we do ask if patients are unable to keep their scheduled appointments to please notify us 24 hours in advance as common courtesy. Doing so, helps us ensure prompt office visits for all patients and allows us to focus on each patient's individual needs.