New Patient Information

If you are a new patient at Mercer Medicine – welcome! Whether you are visiting us for primary care services or specialty services, we are excited to provide excellent care to you. There are a few things you should know to prepare for your first appointment. Browse some of our frequently asked questions below.

New Patient Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to arrive early for my first appointment?

We recommend you arrive at least 30 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment to allow time for the check-in process including insurance verification and other paperwork. If you do not arrive with enough time to complete your intake forms before your appointment time, some providers may require you to reschedule your appointment.

Is there paperwork or forms I can complete before my appointment?

Yes! We strongly recommend completing patient information forms prior to your first appointment with us. This will greatly reduce the time needed to complete the check-in process. You can find patient forms here.

What do I need to bring to my first appointment?

You will need to bring your health insurance information as well as completed patient forms. Be sure to bring information on any medication you are taking, as well. If you need to bring anything else to your appointment, we will communicate to you during the scheduling process. Be sure to check our billing and insurance information for accepted plans.

Do you have directions to your office and parking information?

Yes. Free parking is readily available at each of our offices. Find directions for each of our locations here: Macon, Plains, Peach County, Clay County.

If you have any questions about how to find our office, don’t hesitate to contact us!

Do You Have Other Questions? We’re Happy to Help!

Scheduling for all Macon offices
(478) 301-4111

Scheduling for Peach County office
(478) 825-3317

Scheduling for Plains office
(229) 824-4444

Scheduling for Clay County office
(229) 210-2100

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