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Your Visit

What to Expect from Your OBGYN Visit

At Stone Oak Women’s Center, we strive to provide you with the most advanced and effective care available – whatever your needs.

During your visit with our San Antonio gynecologists, you will meet a friendly team of doctors and staff dedicated to your health. In order to provide you with the best experience possible during your visit, we make many of our required forms available online for your convenience. Please visit our forms page, complete whichever documents are necessary, and bring them in on the day of your visit. If you have any questions, we encourage you to contact us!

Visit Preparation

Stone Oak Women’s Center will be charging a $25.00 no-show fee for all office appointments not canceled within 24 hours. As well as a $50.00 no-show fee will be charged for all consultations and Firstline Therapy appointments not canceled within 24 hours.

All payments must be rendered at the time of services.

Please bring the following for your appointment:

  • Driver’s License or Any Government Approved ID
  • Valid Insurance Card
  • Written List of Medications (with Dosage)
  • If you are having a sonogram, bring a full bladder! (At least 30 oz of water prior to your appointment.)
  • If you wish to fill out the forms before coming into the office, you may print the forms below/sidebar and bring them with you to your visit.

For additional information on medical release forms, please download the Medical Records Chapter 165.1-165.5.

Our team is passionate about your patient experience! We make every effort to verify your benefits and let our patients know what their insurance covers and what their insurance company will have them pay, such as regular office visits, procedures, surgery, etc, prior to or at the time of your visit. It is the patient’s responsibility to know what their insurance benefits cover but we make it easy for our patients to know upfront what the insurance expects them to pay for our services in order to avoid any confusion and to put our patients at ease.