Register For Sacramento And Yuba–Sutter Area Cosmetic Or Oral Surgery
When you first come into Sacramento Surgical Arts, PC, we aim to make the process of patient registration as simple and easy as we can for you. We know that you will likely have a number of questions and concerns, and want to spend as much time as possible with the doctor discussing your Sacramento cosmetic or oral surgery, rather than filling out forms. This is why we allow you to pre-register by filling out our secure, online patient forms registration.
Our online forms are easy to fill out and submit. When you finish filling them out and press submit, the form will be automatically sent to us. Please be sure that you are thorough. We are here if you have any questions. When you come in for your first visit, we will ask you to sign the completed form before we get started. Rest assured that your privacy and security is of utmost importance to us and we have taken the necessary precautions to protect your personal data.
Here are the patient forms we offer available to be downloaded:
- Pre-Operation Anesthesia Questionnaire
- Pre-Operation Cosmetic Instructions
- Pre-Operation Foods to Avoid
- Pre-Operation Instructions
Our Patient Bill Of Rights
Providing A Comfortable Environment
Here at Sacramento Surgical Arts, PC, we believe that when you come in for Sacramento cosmetic or oral surgery, you deserve to know that you will be receiving the best possible patient care. We aim to get there with high professional standards, high personal standards, and open communication with our patients.
A few of the patients’ rights at our office include the following:
- The patient has a right to receive respectful and considerate care.
- The patient has the right to receive respect of any differences in religion, age, gender, language, culture, race, or disabilities.
- The patient has the right to request any information from the doctor and caregivers about their diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis.
- The patient has the right to know the identity of all healthcare professionals who are involved in the procedure.
- The patient has the right to know all of the long-term and immediate implications of their treatment choices.
- The patient has the right to make decisions about the plan for their care before and during treatment.
- The patient has the right to refuse a treatment which is recommended to them.
- The patient has the right to their privacy, including discussions of their case, examinations, and treatments.
- The patient has the right to expect that the records and communications about their case will be treated confidentially.
- The patient has the right to look over and review records about their care and request that this information be explained to them, when necessary.
- The patient has the right to expect that the office will respond to their request for appropriate and medically necessary care.
- The patient has the right to have an advance directive concerning their treatment.
- The patient has the right to request and receive timely information regarding the office’s ability to implement an advance directive.
Please call us today at 866.930.5837 with any questions!