PARKING: Behind the office you will find a patient parking lot, designed for compact cars only. All trucks, vans, SUV are asked to use metered parking on the street. Please be respectful of this in order to prevent damages from occurring to vehicles. Most patients find that there is usually an open space available in time for their appointment. For safety reasons we ask that you kindly give incoming traffic the right of way, and to make sure to look for pedestrians crossing when leaving the parking lot. Directly in front of the office there is ample metered parking.
HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBILITY: There is one designated handicapped-accessible parking space in the rear of the building as well as a wheelchair ramp. If you need special arrangements getting into the office from your vehicle please let us know prior to arriving to the office for your appointment.
THE PREMISES: The lovely Victorian house is located in the historic district. We have intentionally set this practice in a residential neighborhood, and the building provides a human scale to the entire practice. This idea of a human scale at every point of the patient encounter is central to our philosophy of community centered medicine.
ENTRY: The building has both a front and rear entrance. Patients parking in the parking lot may find it easier to enter through the rear entrance. Those patients entering through the front door will find themselves in a vestibule. The front desk is to your left and is well marked. During inclement weather, umbrellas and jackets can be left in the front entry.
CHECK-IN: Upon arriving to the office we ask that you have your insurance card readily accessible for the check-in process
WAITING ROOM: Immediately adjacent to the front desk check in area is a large and comfortable waiting room, equipped with a rocking chair, pleasant natural and artificial light. For your reading pleasure we have a variety of reading material. You will find literature on cooking, consumer reports, travel, religion, health, and history. Chairs in the room are Amish made by regional craftspeople. Children are welcome to attend your appointment with you, we have a small toy box and children activity papers with crayons available. Please make sure children are not left unattended at any time.
Patients seeing providers William Larsen, NP or Hannah Cramer, NP or visitors to meet with the Business Manager, Stephanie Giordano-Foster should be directed to the upstairs waiting room on the second floor. Visitors unable to climb upstairs, or if you having difficulty climbing stairs may request for accommodations on the first floor. Please inform the receptionist of your preference upon checking in.