For Patients

About Your Visit

What should you bring to your appointment with Metropolitan ENT & Facial Plastic Surgery.

We want to answer as many of your questions at your visit. Please arrive 20 minutes before your appointment.

Please prepare for this by bringing:

  • Patient registration form
  • Condition of treatment form
  • Health questionnaire
  • Medication list
  • Allergy patient information (if applicable)
  • Allergy questionnaire (if applicable)
  • Drivers license or state issued identification card
  • Primary and secondary insurance cards
  • A friend or family member to take notes / help with questions
  • A list of your questions /concerns/ past medical history and surgeries
  • A copy of your XRAYS / CT scans (not just the reports - please get the actual films)
  • Copies of records from doctors related to your sinuses / nose / allergies / lungs.

Electronic Health Record

As of October 1, 2015 we will be upgrading to a fully integrated Electronic Health Record (EHR) system. We will also introduce a patient web portal that will allow better and faster communication between you and our staff, and you should see more efficiencies in our billing, insurance and scheduling departments.

Please bear with us as we go through this process that will add great benefits to your healthcare experience. We ask that you please bring your insurance card and ID to your next appointment. We will also be updating your patient history and medications. Thank you for your understanding.

Please feel free to ask us questions at your next visit as we value your thoughts. We are excited to bring in 2016 with these dynamic changes that we hope will enhance your experience and medical care.


Forms Available OnlineĀ - Downloadable

Patient Registration, History and Office Policies

Medical Record Release

Videonystagmography Questionnaire and Instructions

Notice of Patient Privacy Practices

Sino-Nasal Outcome Test (SNOT)

The Sino-Nasal Outcome Test (SNOT) questionnaire is intended to determine how your chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) has affected your health status. A valid measure of rhinosinusitis health status and quality of life is required for the complete assessment of treatment effectiveness. This survey will measure the physical impairments, functional limitations, disabilities, and societal limitations caused by your sinus disease.

Please download, print and bring the Sino-Nasal Outcome Test (SNOT) to your appointment.


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