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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

HOW MANY PATIENTS DO YOU SERVE AT GUISACHAN FAMILY MEDICINE?

We serve approximately 23 000 patients at Guisachan Family Medicine

ARE WE ACCEPTING PATIENTS AT GUISACHAN FAMILY MEDICINE?

Unfortunately, none of the physicians at Guisachan Family Medicine are currently accepting new patients.

HOW DO I USE ONLINE BOOKING AT GUISACHAN FAMILY MEDICINE?

We encourage our patients to use online appointment scheduling.  To use this system, please ask your medical office assistant for an individualized access code for each member of your family.  You will need to use these codes to activate your account.   Our staff can assist you in opening your account which will be available to you to use twenty four hours a day for booking appointments with your family physician.

I HAVE HEARD THAT GUISACHAN FAMILY MEDICINE HAS A PATIENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE. WHAT DOES THIS COMMITTEE DO?

Guisachan Family Medicine has had a patient advisory committee since 2017.  Nine patients sit on the committee and all the family doctor's practices are represented.  The committee meets every three months and provides feedback to the physicians about how the practice is serving our community of patients.  We sincerely appreciate the work done by our patient volunteers who sit on this committee.  They played a big role in suggesting our recent remodel, the improvements in our phone system and the establishment of our website.

DOES MY DOCTOR KNOW WHEN ME OR MY FAMILY MEMBERS ARE ADMITTED TO THE HOSPITAL?

Four of the physicians at Guisachan Family Medicine currently provide inpatient care and will be fully responsible for your care during hospitalizations.  All of our other physicians are immediately notified in the event of a hospitalization and will receive copies of all testing done.  Visits for supportive care are typically done once or twice weekly.