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My Appointment

Anytime you come to your first appointment, it can cause questions. What information do I need? What if I can't remember what I wanted to ask my Doctor? 

We have you covered. Here is all the information you need to know about your first appointment with University of Missouri Health Care.

On the day of your appointment, please bring the following:

  • Photo ID
  • Insurance card(s)
  • Payment, such as a copayment or deductible
  • If you are advised by MU Health Care, please bring current laboratory and/or radiology results
  • Your list of current medications including; over-the-counter and prescription medications

To ensure you do not feel rushed we suggest checking at the appropriate clinic area 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment time.

For patients who are scheduled for a procedure or surgery, we offer the opportunity for you to pre-register for your visit, saving you time on the day of your appointment.  To pre-register for your visit, please visit our Admissions/Registration area on the first floor of the hospitals.

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