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1. Why Wrightington Rheumatology?

In 1993, Dr. Win received his first training in rheumatology in the  Wrightington Hospital, located in the hamlet of Appley Bridge in  Northwest England.  His practice is named Wrightington Rheumatology in  appreciation and honour of the institution where he was first introduced  to rheumatology.  Dr. Win completed his U.S. training in rheumatology  at the University of Michigan in 2009.

 

2. Which insurances are accepted?

We currently accept many major private  insurances.  Our office policy requires a written referral from either  your primary care physician or another specialist.  If you are  interested in becoming a patient, please contact your physician and have  your records faxed or mailed to our office for review.

 

3. Is a referral needed?

Our office policy requires a written referral from either your  primary care physician or another specialist.  If you are interested in  becoming a patient, please contact your physician and have your records  faxed or mailed to our office for review.

 

4. When should I arrive for my first appointment?

We realize your time is valuable and consciously make all attempts to  adhere to our appointment schedule.  It is for this reason that we  request that all new patients complete paperwork in advance and arrive  30 minutes prior to the appointment time. 
( New Patient Packet )

 

5. What should I expect at the first visit?

Our new patients receive a comprehensive evaluation that lasts  approximately 40 minutes.  Any additional testing that may be needed  will be ordered by Dr. Win during the visit.

 

6. What should I bring to the first visit?

A current valid insurance card, photo identification, applicable  copays or coinsurance, as  well as the completed new patient forms


 

7. What is the cancellation policy?

We require one business day notice to reschedule or cancel  appointments.  A charge may apply to reschedule any missed appointment.