Primary Care and Family Medicine for All Ages, From Newborns to Seniors
Your family's health is your number one priority. Our family
medicine team cares for people of all ages, including newborns through
seniors. The Stanford family medicine doctors get to know you and your
loved ones, and provide convenient and excellent care close to
Abnormal results or those of an urgent nature will be communicated
to you as soon as these results are available by phoning you directly
or, if not readily available by phone, via a MyHealth message for
those of you who have active accounts.
All normal lab and test results will be communicated to you as soon
as we are able. For those of you who have active MyHealth accounts,
results will be sent electronically within two business days of
physicians' receiving these results. If you do not have an active
MyHealth account, you should receive the results in the mail within
two weeks of physicians' receiving these results.
Routine prescription renewals: Please contact your pharmacy
directly and they will contact us through their electronic link or via fax.
New prescriptions: Contact your doctor/practice coordinator directly.
Please keep in mind that it takes up to three business days to fill prescriptions.
Stanford Family Medicine does not renew routine prescriptions or
narcotic prescription after-hours. For routine prescription refills,
please contact your pharmacy.
Dr. Sean P. David explains what the emerging field of personalized medicine means for you and for the future of medical care.
PREPARE FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT
Let us know what you want to cover with your doctor when you
make your appointment
Complete and print the
adult or pediatric medical history forms
Please arrive 15
minutes prior to appointment to complete pre-visit registration
DURING YOUR APPOINTMENT
Tell your doctor why you are here and what your concerns
We will take your medical history, perform a physical
exam, and any necessary lab tests
Feel free to ask any
questions. We will explain what our understanding of your problem
is, what treatment we recommend, and why.
for any follow-ups, either by phone or return visit
Emergency room visits outside clinic hours no longer require
pre-authorization by your doctor, by California State Law. Make sure
you inform your physician within 24 hours following your visit.
Be aware of your health plan limitations - unless you require 911
emergency transport, some health plans require you to obtain all
after-hours emergency care at Stanford
ER if you have a primary care doctor at Stanford.
A physician is on-call after hours to coordinate any emergency care
needs which arise after-hours and can be reached at the 24 hour