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How to Become a Woodway Patient


Learn about our staff and our services.

The physicians and staff of Woodway focus on promoting preventative health care, so that our patients can enjoy a lifetime of good health.  We value our patients and strive to develop long-term relationships with each individual.  Our physicians maintain admitting privileges at Ball Memorial Hospital and still make hospital rounds Meet our providers and learn more.

Do we take your insurance?

We have contracts with Accordia, Anthem, CHA, Clarian, CIGNA, Encore, Key Benefits, Medicare, Sagamore, Tricare/Champus and more.


Complete a New Patient Information Form

The acceptance of new patients varies upon the availability of openings specific to each individual physician.  We welcome you to complete an information form to be put on our waiting list.  You may mail the form back to our office, or fax to 741-4658.

**Please be advised that completion of this form is for informational purposes only and does not imply establishment of medical care with our facility.


Register with your PIN.

After physician approval, our staff will notify you of your initial appointment date and time.  To create a login ID you will need to ask our receptionist for a PIN at the time of your first office visit.  The PIN letter can only be given to a patient in person, and will be valid for thirty days.

Please complete the following steps prior to your first appointment:

  • Create your login ID and password
  • Verify your identity with the PIN we provide you
  • Submit your preferred method of contact
  • Complete and confirm all patient demographic information
  • Complete the New Patient History Form. 
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  • If you choose not to complete the forms online, you will be asked to complete them in our waiting room prior to your first appointment.  Please plan accordingly.

What's the point in having a doctor if you can't see him when you are sick?

The physicians and staff of Woodway believe in continuity of care, which is why we continue to care for our patients prior to, following and during hospitalization.