DR JOHN A. FRITZ
FAMILY PRACTICE

Diplomate of the Osteopathic Board of Family Medice

and of the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners

We look forward to hearing from you

PLEASE READ THIS PAGE FULLY. Preparation for your visit is essential in helping us to see you and all patients in a timely manner. Please assist us by completing these tasks before you arrive.

1) Contact your insurance carrier and ask them to assign Dr. JOHN A. FRITZ as your Primary Care Physician. If you need a Provider ID Number please contact our office at 201-239-9200.

2) In addition to contacting your insurance company, please bring the following with you to your appointment:

  • Your insurance card
  • A valid, government-issued photo-id card.
  • Any prescription medications you are currently taking.
  • A copy of your medical records from your previous Primary Care Physician.
  • Please understand your insurance policy and what it covers. For example, if you are coming in for a general physical please verify that your policy covers this services. Many plans no longer cover the "annual check-up."
  • Female patients, please know the date of the first day of your last menstrual period. This can help Dr.FRITZ determine appropriate tests and/or medication.
  • Please remember that all co-pays are due in cash only before seeing the doctor. We do not accept checks.
  • Please go to the forms page (click here) and print out the Medical Information Release Authorization form. Please complete a copy of the form for each of the other doctors which you are currently seeing, and one for your previous Primary Care Physician. This will allow us to request your medical records and to discuss your medical history with others involved in your care.

3) Please read the document Welcome to Primary Care and Travel Vaccinations by Dr. John Fritz

4) Please review our FAQS page to familiarize yourself with some of our polices.

Office visits are for non-emergency conditions. If you are experiencing symptoms such as chest pain, shortness of breath or otherwise feel you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.