Be Prepared for Your First Visit

Thank you for trusting Olympic Dermatology with your skin care needs!

After you make your first appointment, you’ll receive an email from us asking you to add your patient information to our secure REACH US NOW Patient Portal.

In the email we’ll include a security code created just for you that you may use to create your user and password and login with ease:

  1. Go to REACH US NOW Patient Portal on our Web site
  2. Enter your security code
  3. Create your user name and password
  4. Login
  5. Click Demographics button
  6. Enter your patient information and click SAVE
  7. Click Insurance button
  8. Enter your insurance information and click SAVE
  9. Click Forms button
  10. Complete ONE health history form, click SUBMIT  and remember to LOG OUT

Rest assured all information provided is confidential, secure and HIPAA compliant.

Please arrive at least 20 minutes before your scheduled appointment. We do our best to keep our schedule timely and know your time is valuable.  Please note that if you arrive more than 10 minutes late, we may have to reschedule your appointment.

What Should I Bring to My First Visit?

Please bring your insurance card(s) and photo ID.  We may have to reschedule your appointment if this information is not with you.

Please also be prepared to make your co-payment or pay deductible at your visit.  Many medical services are covered by insurance but cosmetic services are elective and normally are not covered.  For your medical co-pay or deductible, or payment for your cosmetic appointment, we accept cash, check, or credit card.

During your visit, your provider and support staff will be learning about you and your skin care needs. To help them gather as much information as possible, you may be asked to contact your referring doctor’s office to have your relevant medical records forwarded to our office in time for your visit. These records may include:

  • Surgical reports
  • Pathology reports and, if possible, the corresponding slides, scans (CT, MRI) and X-rays
  • Laboratory test results
  • Referring and consulting doctor’s office and hospital notes

Other information that will be helpful to you and your provider include:

  • List of medications you’re currently taking (including over-the-counter remedies, vitamins and herbal supplements)
  • List of question or concerns you may have about your illness or treatment to discuss with your provider

We look forward to seeing you!