Medical History: (please select Yes or No)
GYN History: (please select Yes or No)
Pregnancy History: (please select Yes or No)
If none, please use the answer none
If none, please use the answer none
I understand that as part of my healthcare, Elite Women’s Care, originates and maintains paper and/or electronic records describing my
health history, symptoms, examination and test results, diagnoses, treatment and any plans for future treatment. I understand that this
information serves as:
- A Basis for planning my care and treatment;
- A means for communication among health professionals who contribute to my care, such as referrals;
- A source of information for applying my diagnosis and treatment information to my bill;
- A means by which a third-party payer can verify that services billed were actually rendered;
- A tool for routine healthcare operations, such as assessing quality and reviewing the competence of staff.
I understand that as part of treatment, payment or healthcare operations, it may become necessary to disclose health information to
another entity, i.e. referrals to other healthcare providers. I consent to such disclosure for these uses as permitted by law. I fully
Notice of Privacy Practices
I acknowledge that I have been informed of Elite Women’s Care Notice of Privacy Practices that provides a description of our practice’s uses and
disclosures of Protected Health Information. I understand that I have the right to review the Notice of Privacy Practices and receive a copy before signing
this statement. I understand that Elite Women’s Care has the right to change its Notice of Privacy Practices that will be effective for health information
Elite Women’s Care already has about me, as well as any they receive in the future. Elite Women’s Care has posted a current copy of the Notice of
Privacy Practices in our lobby for review. I understand that I may obtain a copy of the current Notice in effect upon request. I have read all of the above
and understand/agree to all the provisions therein regarding responsibility for payment, permission for treatment and Notice of Privacy Practices.
Requesting Medical Records From Our Office
Our office requires patients and their representatives to sign an Authorization Form before release of medical records.
Messages From Our Office and/or Appointment Reminders
Please list all family members or other person(s), if any, whom we may disclose your protected health information, including treatment and payment information. These persons will have full access to your protected health information.
I have read, filled out and agree to all of the above.
If other than the patient is signing, are you the legal guardian, custodian or have Power of Attorney for this patient for payment, treatment or healthcare operations?
General Consent for Care and Treatment
TO THE PATIENT: You have the right, as a patient, to be informed about your condition and the recommended surgical, medical or diagnostic procedure to be used so that you may make the decision whether or not to undergo any suggested treatment or procedure after knowing the risks and hazards involved. At this point in your care, no specific treatment plan has been recommended. This consent form is simply an effort to obtain your permission to perform the evaluation necessary to identify the appropriate treatment and/or procedure for any identified condition(s).
This consent provides us with your permission to perform reasonable and necessary medical examinations, testing and treatment. By signing below, you are indicating that (1) you intend that this consent is continuing in nature even after a specific diagnosis has been made and treatment recommended; and (2) you consent to treatment at this office or any other satellite office under common ownership. The consent will remain fully effective until it is revoked in writing. You have the right at any time to discontinue services.
You have the right to discuss the treatment plan with your physician about the purpose, potential risks and benefits of any test ordered for you. If you have any concerns regarding any test or treatment recommend by your health care provider, we encourage you to ask questions.
I voluntarily request a physician, and/or mid-level provider (Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant, or Clinical Nurse Specialist), and other health care providers or the designees as deemed necessary, to perform reasonable and necessary medical examination including but not limited to pelvic examination, testing and other treatment for the condition which has brought me to seek care at
this practice. I understand that if additional testing, invasive or interventional procedures are recommended, I will be asked to read and sign additional consent forms prior to the test(s) or procedure(s).
I certify that I have read and fully understand the above statements and consent fully and voluntarily to its contents.
Pelvic Examinations Consent Form
CONSENT: I, the above listed Patient or as the legally authorized person for the Patient, hereby consent to receiving pelvic examinations being performed by my physician or other health care practitioner, any medical student or any student receiving training as a health care practitioner.
NATURE OF PELVIC EXAMINATIONS
For the purposes of this Consent Form, a “pelvic examination” on a female means the series of tasks that comprise
an examination of the vagina, cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, rectum, or external pelvic tissue or organs using any combination of modalities, which may include, but need not be limited to, the health care provider’s gloved hand or instrumentation.
For purposes of the Consent Form, a “pelvic examination” on a male means examination of the rectum, prostate, and
external tissue or organs, including the penis or scrotum using any combination of modalities, which may include, but need not be limited to, the health care provider’s gloved hand or instrumentation.
I CONSENT TO RECEIVE PELVIC EXAMINATIONS AS DESCRIBED ABOVE, AND ALL MY QUESTIONS HAVE BEEN ANSWERED TO MY SATISFACTION.
*Due to Senate Bill 698 that was recently signed by the Governor, a separate consent for pelvic examination is required for all patients being seen in the office IN ADDITION TO the consent to treat that is already required.