Referral to specialists

We refer our patients to a wide network of excellent medical and surgical specialists throughout the bay area.  We strive to coordinate your care with specialists to most effectively execute the treatment plan for the best possible outcome.

Commonly Asked Questions

Do I need to come for an appointment to get a referral to a specialist?

In most cases, a clinic visit is needed for a referral to a specialists. 

For a most efficient and effective consultation with a specialist, it helps to have the clinical question and basic work up done by your primary clinician.  This way we’re sure to get the information needed to address the clinical question at hand. A number of specialty clinics will not schedule an intake appointment without a clinic notes, labs and diagnostics from us first.


After doing my own research I’ve found a specialist I’d like to see, can I see her/him?

In many cases, your insurance has a preference for which specialists you see for your evaluation.  To expedite the process you can check with your insurance carrier and see if the provider is covered and/or in your insurance network.


Same day appointments available + evening appointments available every Tuesday.

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Appointment Request

This is ONLY an appointment request. A staff member will contact you within 24-48 hours to confirm your appointment date and time. Thank you!

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A Message from Dr. Jones

Shorter days and cooler temps remind us that we’ve reached the fall season. This also means open enrollment time for many health insurances include Medicare.  Now is the time to review your benefits and make decisions about your coverage plan for next year. 

If you have any concerns about access to providers in your insurance network, coverage for your medications or even deductibles and co-pays, consider contacting your insurance carrier and discussing these features of your current insurance plan. You can use this information to help make your insurance plan choices for next year. 

Remember, paying lower deductibles and copays might result in more restrictions on benefits. 

Take care.  Dr. J”