Office & Patient Information

Office & Patient Information

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The professionals at the DHCB want to provide you with the highest level of patient care to help you obtain a better quality of life.

The information below provides you with lists of information to have prepared when contacting the DHCB. In addition, you can download patient forms you can fill out prior to your appointment and informational packets on how to prepare for procedures.

We welcome your feedback on any other information we can provide that can be helpful to you.

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Making your first appointment

You will need the following information available:

  • Insurance Plan Card
  • Prescription Plan Card(s), (if not properly indicated on your insurance card)
  • Complete list of all of your medications
  • Your Primary Care Physician’s name and phone number

Cancellation Policies:

Please be courteous to other potential patients and give us timely notice of a cancelled office visit or procedure.  We keep an active waiting list for patients needing urgent care to fill these appointments.

For Office Visits: The office mandates 1 business day cancellation  notice for any scheduled office visit. A $50 cancellation fee applies for failure to comply.

For Scheduled Procedures: The office mandates 1 week cancellation notice for any scheduled procedure. A $100 cancellation fee applies for failure to comply.

We truly appreciate your consideration in the is matter and wish to thank those who have complied in the past.


 Patient Forms

Click to download any of the following forms


Office Information

Open: Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm

Office Appointments:
Monday 2pm – 5pm
Tuesday and Thursday 1pm – 5 pm
Friday – 3pm – 5pm

One in every one hundred Americans suffer from Celiac Disease.

Celiac disease is a digestive disorder that attacks the lining of the small intestine when the body’s immune system reacts to the consumption of gluten. Sometimes even a tiny amount of gluten will create this reaction in the body.

The damaged caused in the small intestine prevents the body from getting the nutrients it needs.

What is Gluten?

A protein found in wheat, rye, and barley. Common symptoms are diarrhea, bulky foul smelling stools, flatulence, vomiting, bloating and constipation.

Over time, celiac disease can cause anemia, infertility, weak and brittle bones, an itchy skin rash called dermatitis herpetiformis, or other health problems.

The most common symptoms are diarrhea, flatulence, bulky foul smelling stools, vomiting, anorexia, bloating, and constipation.

People with celiac disease may not know they have it because they may not feel sick. Or if they feel sick, they don’t know celiac disease is the cause. It can also be masked by classic symptoms of other disorders and can often be confused with wheat intolerence.

It is important to make sure that you are communicating with your physician and that you are receiving the right evaluations and diagnostic testings.

Read more on Celiac Disease

Classic Symptoms

Diarrhea
Bulky foul smelling stools
Flatulence
Vomiting
Anorexia
Bloating
Constipation

Allergy Testing

The following list of allergies are available to be tested in the office. Additional tests are given upon specific request.

Please contact the office for further information.

ClamScallop
Corn (Maize)Sesame
Egg whiteShrimp
Fish, CodSoybean
MilkWalnut
PeanutWheat

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Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton is committed to improving the health of their community by providing high quality, personalized health care with compassion, dignity and respect for patient rights in a cost effective and safe manner.

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