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No Show Policy

Created 2006-10-25
Modified 2006-10-25
Views 6102
Author Tom Ingram
If you do not show up for an appointment without calling first, it will be counted as a "no-show."  After three no-shows we reserve the right to discharge you from the practice. This may seem harsh, but failure to show for your appointment means that someone else was unable to be seen in your place. We understand that everyone forgets occasionally.  Continued forgetfulness, however, is unacceptable.

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