Click on the needed forms listed here to download and print.

  Our office Procedure & Policies
  Patient History and Health Assessment form
  HIPPA (Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act) form

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Please note that reading an answer on this web page does not mean you have received medical attention or advice from any member of the WMC Staff.

Q: What do I do in case of an emergency?
A: Call 911 or have someone drive you to the nearest emergency room.

Q: How can I schedule an appointment?
A: Call our office (512) 847-6789, select option 3 from our phone tree during office hours: 8:30-5, Monday – Thursday, closed 12:00-1:30; Friday 8:30-12:00.

Q: Can I fill out forms before I get to the office?
A: Yes. This will help you be seen in a timely manner.
Click here -
New Patient Packet

Q: Do you draw labs that are ordered by your doctors?
A: We draw blood and offer various lab services. A courier picks up the blood work daily. Typically, we will receive a report by the next morning. If you are an existing patient, we draw blood ordered by other doctors on Monday only.

Q: How do I refill prescriptions?
A: If you need a refill on a medication WMC has already prescribed, please first contact your pharmacy to have them fax a refill request.  If you have questions pertaining to a medication refill please contact our office, (512) 847-6789, phone tree option 5. Please remember to allow 24-48 hours for refills and e
ven longer if a prior authorization is required from your insurance.

Q: Do you have an x-ray machine?
A: Yes, we have an x-ray machine for in office exams only.

Q: Do you remove skin lesions?
A: Yes, we remove skin lesions and send specimens for testing.  (Not all insurance policies cover this procedure and often consider it cosmetic).

Q: Do you perform physicals?
A: Yes, we are happy to perform routine physicals and paps, camp physicals, school physicals, and pre-op physicals. We do ask that you schedule your physical several days in advance of the deadline. Don't wait until the last day of summer to schedule a school physical. Click HERE for a
Medical History Sheet , (included in the New Patient Packet) that you will be required to fill out before the doctor sees you. This will speed up the process in the office. Please understand that if you have Medicare you no longer are eligible for a physical, and now can schedule a wellness exam.

Q: What is the difference between a wellness and physical?
A: A physical exam is a hands-on exam of all major body systems. Whereas a Wellness Visit is a review of your health record and risk factors associated with aging, performed by a LVN. For more information, refer to your Medicare Benefits Booklet.

Q: Are you open on Fridays?
A: Yes, we reserve our Friday appointments for our sick/acute type
visits. We take appointments till lunch.

Q: Do you give flu shots?
A: No, please contact your local pharmacy for a flu vaccine.

Q: Where is Wimberley Medical Clinic located?
A: Click HERE to get to the locator map.