We request that new patients joining our practice, ages 18 and older, complete the patient registration forms with information regarding present problems, medical history, current medication and insurance coverge. Periodically you will be asked to update this registration information. This will enable our staff to know and serve you better. We ask that you bring any pertinent records, test results, etc. with you to the office visit, as well as your insurance card. New patients must arrive 30 minutes prior to their scheduled visit.
Please sign in at the reception desk upon arrival to our office. You will be seen by appointment and sign-in time. We strive to keep on schedule and apologize when our appointments to see the doctor fall behind due to emergencies. We require one full business day's notice for cancellation of appointments to avoid cancellation fee. We do our best to accomodate ALL of our patients, and your understanding is greatly appreciated.
What to Bring to Your Appointment
- Your insurance card
- A list of current medications, including dose and frequency
- Pertinent information about your medical and surgery history
- Patient information forms completed (see below)
If you are scheduling an appointment as a new patient or a current patient with an HMO plan, you must call your insurance company and assign one of our physicians as your primary care physician (PCP).
Please click the links below to view or print our patient forms:
Insurance and Payment Information
Princeton Pike Internal Medicine is a provider for Medicare and most major insurance plans. We provide insurance billing. Anything not covered by insurance will be the responsibility of the patient.
Your insurance company may also require you to pay a co-payment due at the time of your appointment.
If you have any questions regarding which insurance plans we accept or any patient billing concerns, please call us. Questions regarding your coverage and benefits should be directed to your employer or your insurance company.
Insurance coverage varies greatly from policy to policy, as do co-payments, deductables, and co-insurance. Our office will submit all claims for services rendered. It is each individual patient's responsibility to present their insurance card at the time of service to ensure demographics are updated. With all of our plans, you'll have access to high-quality preventive care to help keep you healthy - and secure knowing you're covered in case of emergency. Click here for a list of health insurance plans our office participates with: Click Here for Accepted Insurance Plans
I used to dread visits to my previous doctors office. As a relatively new patient at Princeton Pike Internal medicine, I still remember my first visit in to see Dr. Goldberg. He (and the whole staff) was very welcoming and I could tell how passionate he was about helping his patients.
After my first few visits with him, he noticed a slight abnormality during a routine checkup, and it turned out that he detected a tumor in its earliest stages. Thanks to him, it was taken care of - he helped save my life.Scott C. - Patient of 2 years
During a routine yearly exam with Dr. Weinstein, he detected something he found unusual on my thyroid. He sent me on a consultation to an endocrinologist.
The endocrinologist could not feel any irregularities, but Dr. Weinstein was still convinced there was something wrong. A scan soon revealed a tumor. I was very impressed in his ability and so was the endocrinologist. I don't know where I would be had he not been persistent about his original observations.Kris D. - Patient of 13 years
When choosing a physician, I researched Dr. Gomes and was impressed with his credentials. After my first visit I was very impressed with his compassionate manner and knowledge. Dr. Gomes explains all procedures he orders and the anticipated results if necessary, which calms any fears of the unknown.
I have been a patient of Dr. Gomes for approximately 9 years and am very happy with the care and compassion I receive.Cathy L. - Patient of 9 years