Your Visit

Your health and comfort are our top priority, and we want you to feel relaxed and informed during each office visit. We invite you to call ahead with questions or concerns, or simply ask us in person when you arrive for your visit. Our friendly staff will be happy to assist you.

What to Expect

To provide you with the best care possible, it is important that you provide us with information about your medical history and overall health. For your convenience, you may download our patient forms to complete in advance.

What to Bring

For your first visit to Rogue Valley Urology, please bring the following items:

  • Your completed patient forms
  • Your medical insurance card (if you have one)
  • A driver’s license or other photo ID
  • A list of all your current medications
  • A list of any allergies you may have to medications
  • A list of questions you’d like us to answer

Typical Appointments

Whether you come in to see Dr. Barrows, Dr. Bui, Dr. Lewis, or Dr. Bryan, you can expect your first visit to last approximately 15-30 minutes. During this time we’ll go over your medical history and patient forms. Then we’ll begin a physical exam to diagnose your condition and offer treatment options. Depending on your issue, further testing may be required.

Unforeseen Wait Times

We do our best to honor each appointment time. Due to the nature of our specialty, there may be unforeseen patient emergencies that disrupt our schedule. If this should happen, please know that we really do appreciate your patience. On the rare occasion that there is a significant delay in your appointment time, we promise to let you know as soon as possible, we respect that your time is also valuable. Should the delay be particularly long, we are happy to give you the option of leaving to run an errand, waiting with our apology, or rescheduling your appointment.

To Reschedule or Cancel an Appointment

If you are unable to keep your appointment, we ask that you give us at least 24 hours notice. This courtesy allows us to offer your appointment time to another patient who needs to be seen. Without 24-hour notice, you may be charged $20 for a missed appointment.