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Patient Resource Hub

Welcome to the Patient Resources Hub, designed to provide you with convenient and easy access to essential healthcare information. We understand the importance of seamless communication and empowering our patients to take an active role in their healthcare journey. 


  • What should I expect at my First Visit?
    During your first visit to our office at Gershon Preventative Medicine, you can expect to have a sit-down conversation with an Advanced Certified Hormone Health provider. This one-on-one discussion is designed for you to openly share information about how you are feeling and what led you to seek our services. We prioritize your comfort and encourage honesty throughout the conversation, as the information you provide will guide our recommendations. We will carefully listen to your concerns, discuss your medical history, and delve into the factors that brought you to us. Following the clinical consultation, our director of patient services will join you to ensure your understanding of the recommendations and treatment plan. They will take the time to answer any questions you may have and guide you through the next steps. Our goal is to provide a comprehensive and personalized approach to your care, empowering you with knowledge and support throughout your journey towards hormone optimization and women's health.
  • Do I have to get blood work before my first visit and can I bring my own?
    While we highly recommend that patients bring any relevant medical records and lab reports to their first visit at Gershon Preventative Medicine, we do require blood work to be completed beforehand. Our approach to healthcare is comprehensive and focused on specific panels that are sometimes overlooked in traditional or primary care settings. To streamline the process, your patient liaison will schedule your lab appointments for you approximately 7-10 days prior to your office visit. This timeframe allows sufficient time for the results to be processed and for you to complete your health history and intake forms. By ensuring that the necessary blood work is completed before your visit, we can provide a thorough assessment and personalized care tailored to your specific needs.
  • Do I need to fill out paperwork before my first visit?
    Yes! To ensure that we can maximize our time during your appointment, we kindly request that all new patient forms and surveys be completed prior to your scheduled visit. Our goal is to streamline the process and make it convenient for you. Upon scheduling your appointment, your patient liaison will provide you with access to a user-friendly patient portal. This portal allows you to conveniently access and complete the necessary forms from the comfort of your own home. By completing the forms in advance, we can focus on addressing your specific needs and providing you with the highest quality of care during your time with us.
  • Can I use my insurance?
    Gershon Preventative Medicine operates as a cash-pay medical practice and does not participate with insurance. We have carefully priced our services and plans to be affordable and comfortable for our patients. The cost of a consultation visit is $350.00, which covers patient registration, intake, lab orders, blood draw, and a 60-90 minute consultation with a comprehensive consultation report. We understand the importance of financial flexibility, and for patients who decide to move forward with our plans, the consultation fees are eligible to be rolled into the plan options. Our focus is on delivering high-quality care and personalized solutions to optimize your health and well-being.
  • What are Bioidentical Hormones?
    Bioidentical hormones are hormones that are derived from natural sources, such as soy or yams, and are compounded to match the molecular structure of the hormones produced naturally in the human body.
  • How are Hormones Prescribed?
    Bioidentical Hormones are preferred over synthetic hormones and should be prescribed and managed by certified healthcare provider. At Gershon Preventative Medicine, hormones are prescribed and managed routinely. The most common form of hormone therapy prescribed for women are: Pills Creams Gels
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