Before Your First Visit

One of our goals at Newton-Wellesley Hospital’s Rehabilitation Services is to make your experience as easy and stress-free as possible. There are four basic tasks to complete before your first visit:

1. Written Prescription
The referring practitioner should provide a written prescription for Rehab Services, and we will need this at your initial evaluation. If you do not have this, please contact your referring practitioner prior to your first visit. They can fax the prescription to us at 617-243 6651.

2. Referral
The Referral is an insurance requirement which often is initiated by your primary care physician. Please contact your insurance company to verify the requirements prior to your first visit. This will help ensure proper billing.

3. Schedule Appointment
Contact us to register and schedule your first visit for an initial evaluation.
Phone: 617-243-6172, Option #3

4. Patient Forms
Please print the following form and bring to your first visit:

Please also print and complete the form that corresponds to the body part or region that you require rehabilitation for:  

 



In order to view our patient forms on your computer, you must have a PDF reader program installed.  If you do not already have a reader, you can download a free reader at Adobe's website: http://get.adobe.com/reader

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