In order to make sure your visit to the practice goes smoothly, we've put together all the important information about how things work at the practice.
For allergy concerns, we advise our patients to discontinue use of any antihistamines at least seven days prior to the appointment with the doctor.
Common Antihistamines Include:
Clarinex, Claritin, Allegra, Zyrtec, Actifed, Atarax, Benadryl, Contac, Deconamine, Dimetapp, Trinalin, Periactic, Phenergan, Rynatan, Tavist, Triaminic, Decongestant/Antihistamine Combination Medications, Astelin, Prescription Nose Spray Antihistamines, Over-the-Counter Allergy Medicines or Cough & Cold Remedies.
Over-the-counter sleep aids usually contain sedating antihistamines. Some medications for dizziness and anti-depressants (tricyclic anti-depressants), may also contain antihistamines.
Don't forget to bring your insurance information and a list of medications with you.
In order to register and treat you promptly, we request that our patients bring their current insurance information with them for each visit.
We accept most types of health insurance. Please also check with your insurance if a referral is required to be seen by Dr. Rais.
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Our office has taken the necessary precautions to keep our patients safe. We have reduced the number of appointments to allow for social distancing. We are diligently cleaning patient rooms between appointments. Our staff is required to wear masks and practice good sanitation habits.
We ask that all patients limit the number of family members or guests attending the appointment to only those who are being seen by the physician.
If you have been in contact with someone who tested positive with COVID-19 in the last 14 days or have experienced any related symptoms, please reschedule your appointment.