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Find answers to the most frequently asked questions about our Germantown wellness exams at Wolf River Wellness.
You can have black coffee and water on the morning of your appointment. You may take your regular medications.
Our physicians recommend fasting after midnight the night before your annual wellness exam, or about eight hours.
It takes approximately one week to get lab results back. When they return from the lab, your physician will review your results and make recommendations as needed.
The nurse will call you with the results. If you do not hear results after 10 days, call our office and see if they are available.
No, you don’t need an appointment. However, if you can call us in advance, it would be helpful to let us know you are coming.
One of the doctors will normally be available to see you when you are sick.
Wolf River Wellness is a place where your physician will know you personally!
What sets us apart is that our physicians own and operate our practice. But, the primary thing that defines us is that we are a Christian-owned and operated practice.
The practice has been established for more than 30 years. Our first office was at the Baptist Hospital physician’s building.
We moved about 10 years ago to offer our patients more convenient access to our office.
One of our physicians is on call every weekend.
However, if you are concerned about your health on the weekend, you should go to the emergency room.
You should call our office and schedule an appointment with your physician if you have concerns about your medication.
When you need a routine refill, please call your pharmacy. Please allow 24-48 hours for a routine refill.
If you’re due for a follow-up with your physician, we’ll advise you to come into the office for a refill. We handle routine prescription refills on weekdays.
If we receive your prescription on a Friday, please give us until Monday to refill it.
Our physicians have made arrangements with a well-respected hospitalist group in Memphis whom they trust to take care of their patients if they need to be hospitalized. Baptist Memorial Hospital and Methodist Germantown are aware of these arrangements.
The Emergency Departments of these hospitals know to contact this hospitalist group to admit our patients if hospitalization is needed. The physicians are notified of their patients who have been admitted.