FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


+ What do I need to do to get an appointment?

The first step is to download and complete the new patient inquiry form and email that form to us at gedroiccenter@gmail.com. Once we have the form, you will be contacted by our Patient Care Director to schedule an appointment. At this point, we will send you any additional forms that need to be filled out.

+ How long will it take me to get an appointment with Dr. Gedroic?

Depending on Dr. Gedroic’s current availability, it could take four to eight weeks to get an appointment. The key is to fill out the new patient inquiry form and get it back to us as soon as possible so we can start the process of helping you get better.

+ Can I get an urgent care appointment right away if I’m really sick?

Urgent care appointments are only available to current patients and are made with our Advance Practice Nurse Teresa Conklin. If you are a current patient, call the office at 973-993-4445 and we will help you book the next available appointment. If you are not a current patient, we recommend that you seek medical help immediately with your current doctor or with urgent care or the nearest hospital emergency room.

+ Do you accept insurance?

No, no one on our team accepts insurance, and payment must be made in full at the time of service. But we will give you medical forms that you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. Our on-premises LabCorp facility does accept some insurance.

+ Can Dr. Gedroic be my primary care physician?

No, Dr. Gedroic is not a primary care physician, but our Advance Practice Nurse Teresa Conklin can be.

+ Does Dr. Gedroic see babies and children?

Yes, Dr. Gedroic sees babies, children, and adults. In fact, Dr. Gedroic believes that helping babies and children get better early on leads to healthy adults.

+ Will Dr. Gedroic work with my current doctor to help me get better?

Our goal is to help recover your health and wellness for the long term—and any way we can make that happen, we will. Be sure to bring all your current medical forms and lab work with you to your first appointment so we can determine what has been done to date—and what still needs to be done to recover your health.

+ How much will it cost me to see Dr. Gedroic?

How much is hard to determine as every patient is unique and each patient’s health concerns are unique as well. What you need may be very different from what someone else needs. Once we have your new patient paperwork, our Patient Care Director can call you to discuss potential fees.

+ Will Dr. Gedroic fill out my sports and school physicals?

No, but our Advance Practice Nurse Teresa Conklin will fill them out. If your child is an existing patient, please call the office to schedule a time for them to see Teresa and have the necessary forms filled out.

Any other questions?

Reach out to us here.