IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS

SERVICES OFFERED AND AVAILABILITY

      We are able to see a limited number of new patients at this time, providing medication management, suboxone therapy for opioid dependence, clozapine treatment for refractory psychosis, and genetic testing for psychotropics.   Please review the process of becoming a new patient below.   

HOW CAN WE HELP YOU TODAY?

NEW PATIENTS
(Please review instructions & policies before this step)

CURRENT ESTABLISHED PATIENT FORMS

If you have an appointment the form below MUST be submitted before you are seen for your visit. You will see a Green check mark and "Thank You! Your submission has been received." on the screen when this is done successfully.

Click on the links below to login to the appointment
(We are switching from Doxy.me to Updox, you may notice a different link and waiting room experience.)
Dr. John Grace -  https://johnwgracemdpa.doxy.me/drgraceroom
Lauren Starnes, PA-C -  https://myupdox.com/video/s/LaurenStarnesPAC

All patients on a controlled substance are required to fill out a short update form each month before they can receive refills of these meds between appointments. Please use the form below for this purpose. You will see a Green check mark and "Thank You! Your submission has been received." on the screen when this is done successfully.

GENERAL QUESTIONS - CURRENT ESTABLISHED PATIENTS

REFILL REQUESTS AND CLINICAL QUESTIONS- 

Ask yourself first..."Do I need a sooner appointment or to check in?"  You need to have an appointment every two months (or 3 in some patients approved by Dr. Grace) and you need to do a check-in form (below) in between for refills.   You also need to make a $20 payment monthly on any balances owed.  

 REMEMBER...if you are not in compliance with current office policies a reduced refill amount may be provided until compliance achieved. 

 

        Otherwise leave a message at the office at 352-795-2246.   If you have not heard back from the office regarding your issue within 24 hours you may reach Dr. Grace on his personal cell phone which all patients should have.