We work with you and your provider team to help specifically with your condition. In most cases, your doctor will refer you to us for consultation or to receive a specific procedure. Patients can also schedule an appointment directly.
Bring to your appointment a list of the medications that you are currently taking, including dosage amounts. Your primary care provider (PCP) may ask you to bring reports, X-rays, or test results to your appointment with the Hernia Surgery Center.
At your first appointment, we will ask you questions designed to evaluate your symptoms and discuss your goals. We may also perform tests to make an evaluation of your condition. You may meet with more than one provider, depending on your specific clinical situation.
Our consultation with you may include reviewing films, test results, treatment options, a discussion of medication management, physical therapy, and patient education.
Insurance and billing questions
Some health insurance policies require that you have a referral from your PCP to make an appointment. Please review your health insurance coverage before calling for an appointment. For billing questions, please contact our Billing Office.
If you are a returning patient, you may use myD-H to communicate securely with your providers, request or change appointments, review your medical record, and more.
For referring physicians
To refer a patient for consultation, contact the DHMC Physician Connection Center. You also may contact us at one of our locations directly.