New Patients

We are pleased that you have chosen us for your medical care and are looking forward to providing the best possible comprehensive health care for you and your family.

As a new patient with Cornerstone Clinic we want to ensure that your visit is a pleasant one.  Please review the items listed below as we feel that they will help your visit to flow more efficiently.

  • Please download & complete the following New Patient forms.  Print and bring the completed forms with you to your appointment:
  1. Consent to Release Personal Health Information (PHI). Please read HIPPA policy for information on how private health information (PHI) is used at Cornerstone Clinic.
  2. Formulary Benefits Data Consent Form. Allows healthcare provider to obtain patient’s pharmacy benefits and medications prescribed to patient by any healthcare provider.
  3. Patient Registration Form For Adults  Patient Registration Form For Minor Children
  4. Patient History Form
  5. Financial Policy
  6. Medicare Annual Wellness Visit Patient Questionnaire (To be completed for Annual Wellness Exam)
  7. Authorization For Evaluation Treatment Of A Minor Child In Absence of Parent
  8. No Show-Late Arrival Policy


  • Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment – This allows us enough time to get you checked in and completely registered before your scheduled appointment time.  If you arrive late and cut into your appointment time, we will do everything we can to work you in.  However, sometimes the schedule does not allow us that flexibility, and in that case your appointment will need to be rescheduled.
  • Please bring your most recent insurance card(s) – This ensures that we get your claim filed in a timely manner.
  • Please bring your valid driver’s license or photo id – This helps us to securely identify you.  Insurance cards do not have photos on them.
  • If you are taking prescription medication, please make sure to bring in your medication bottles – This allows us to accurately enter the correct dosages and medication into your chart.