Welcome to Associates in Family Medicine! We look forward to providing quality care for you and your family for many years. Help us serve you better by completing your new patient information through our patient portal prior to your first appointment. To gain access to your patient portal account, please call our office with your email address.
Please bring your insurance card and a photo ID to your appointment.
To request your medical records from your previous provider, our release form is available below.
There are multiple ways to request a copy of your medical records. We have partnered with MediCopy Services for all of our Release of Information needs.
- Fill out a secure electronic medical records release here.
- Download, complete and return/fax/e-mail our Medical Records Release to MediCopy.
- Call 866-587-6274 and request your medical records.
- Call our office (913-596-1313) and we can transfer you directly to MediCopy.
Additional Patient Forms
- AFM Medical Records Release – for getting records from other offices
- Patient Feedback Form
- Acceptance of Financial Responsibility
Birth through 6 Years
Preteens and Teens, 7-18 Years
Adults, by Age
Helpful Web Links
Screening and Prevention Recommendations
- familydoctor.org – from the American Academy of Family Physicians
- healthfinder.gov – your guide to reliable health information
- thesmilestones.com – a guide to oral health information
- If you find out a prescription is not covered or requires a prior authorization, ask to know the cash price. It may not be much different than your copay.
- Most pharmacies have discounted generic medication lists or savings clubs that you can join. Ask to see a list.
- The website: www.goodrx.com is a good place to see the cash price of a medication at many pharmacies in a certain zip code and obtain coupons for medications.
Prescription Assistance Programs, Coupons, Rebates
- www.needymeds.org is a good place to find information about:
- prescription assistance programs for people without prescription insurance
- coupons and rebates that anyone can use.
- www.kansasdrugcard.com is a free statewide prescription program available to all residents
Health Insurance/Prescription Insurance
- If you have Medicare, you will need to choose a Medicare Part D plan to cover prescription medications. You have the chance to switch the plan that you have each year.
- A good way to get help finding the plan that is best for you is to go to: medicare.gov. At this website, you can enter your zip code and medications and then compare plans to learn which ones will cover your medications and which will not. It will also tell you the plan’s cost and if there is a coverage gap.
- Medicare Help line: 800-860-5260 or visit the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services website at http://www.kdads.ks.gov/commissions/commission-on-aging/medicare-programs/shick.
DeGoler’s Pharmacy – 913-299-9000 The Medicine Shoppe – 913-788-3344 What to do with expired medications or medications no longer needed
- First, do not take them to a healthcare facility, clinic or pharmacy. We cannot take these back.Second, in general, medications should not be flushed down the toilet as this will pollute our water ways.
- To learn more information on how to properly dispose of medications visit: http://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/ConsumerUpdates/ucm101653.htm
- To learn more about what to do with used sharps (lancets, needles, syringes, etc., visit: http://www.fda.gov/MedicalDevices/ProductsandMedicalProcedures/HomeHealthandConsumer/ConsumerProducts/Sharps/ucm263240.htm this is a link to the FDA info on this topic
- To learn more about local information/resources, visit: http://www.besmartwithsharps.com/
Can I donate unused or unwanted medications?
- Currently, the state of Kansas does not accept medication donations directly from patients. They only accept donations from adult care homes, mail service pharmacies and medical care facilities who provided the medications. Associates in Family Medicine, P.A. does not dispense any medications.
- For disposal of medications, visit http://www.kdheks.gov/waste/about_medwaste.html.
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