MCH Primary Care Mt. Gilead
245 Neal Ave, Suite A, Mt. Gilead, OH 43338
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Monday, Tuesday & Thursday: 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Wednesday: 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday – Closed
Hours for Dr. Ghazi
Monday & Tuesday: 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Thursday: 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday – Closed
Closed daily for lunch – Noon to 1 p.m.
MCH Primary Care Mt. Gilead offers the highest level of care, information and support to help you in making choices about your health.
These Board-Certified Family Medicine and Board-Certified Internal Medicine physicians are experienced in the diagnosis, treatment and management of diseases and conditions.
Our services include:
- Annual exams
- Check Ups
- Pre-admission testing
- Age-specific screenings
- Treatment for Illness
- Comprehensive chronic disease management and care coordination programs to include asthma, diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol
- Pulmonary Function Tests
- Preventative Care
- Sick Visits
- TB Skin Testing
- Medical Clearance For Surgery
- Sports, School & Camp Physicals
Welcome New Patients
Please bring your completed New Primary Patient Medical History and Personal Information Form with you to your first appointment. If you are a returning patient, please complete the Update Form to tell us what, if anything, has changed.
- Primary Patient Medical History and Personal Information Form
- Medical History and Personal Information Update Form
To care for you as efficiently as possible, please bring the following items with you to your first new patient visit:
- Photo ID
- Insurance Card
- Medicare Pharmacy Card
- All medications in original containers, including over-the-counter medications
- Completed New Patient Medical History and Personal Information Form
- Prior medical records, if available
New patients should arrive 15 minutes early to your scheduled appointment if you have your completed New Patient Medical History and Personal Information Form with you. If you have not completed this, please arrive 30 minutes early to give you time to complete the form. To expedite your registration process as a new patient, please present completed forms at the check-in desk when you arrive.
For subsequent visits, please bring the following:
- Photo ID
- Insurance card
- Medicare pharmacy card
- Test results or films/imaging results that may have been requested
- Completed Medical History and Personal Information Update Form (see below)
Returning patients should arrive 15 minutes early to your scheduled appointment to complete your Medical History and Personal Update Form. To expedite your registration process as a returning patient, please present completed forms at the check-in desk upon arrival.
Patient After Office Hours Instructions
It is your responsibility to keep track of your medication refill needs. ALWAYS BRING ALL OF YOUR PRESCRIPTION BOTTLES TO EACH OFFICE VISIT. Plan to refill your prescriptions at the time of your office visit. Therefore, you need to schedule your recheck office visit BEFORE your prescriptions run out. If it is absolutely necessary to call the office for a refill, CALL DURING REGULARLY SCHEDULED OFFICE HOURS. If you are unable to call during office hours, you will need to leave a message on our voicemail. It may take 24-48 hours to fill prescription requests left on the voicemail.
Appointments at MCH Primary Care Mt. Gilead (Dr. Hoppes) will only be scheduled during regular office hours. DO NOT HAVE THE DOCTOR CONTACTED after hours to schedule an appointment. If you wish to leave a message on the voicemail, we will return your call on our next business day. If you are unable to keep your appointment, PLEASE CALL 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE TO CANCEL. THREE (3) NO CALL/NO SHOW FOR APPOINTMENTS will result in your dismissal from the practice.
Illness & Medical Emergency
MCH Primary Care Mt. Gilead (Dr. Hoppes) does NOT prescribe medications after hours. If you are sick or feel that you are experiencing a MEDICAL EMERGENCY, please call 911 or go DIRECTLY TO THE EMERGENCY ROOM OR URGENT CARE for immediate treatment. DO NOT HAVE THE HOSPITAL CALL THE DOCTOR. This may delay immediate/emergency care.
Messages For The Doctor
Should NEVER be left on voicemail. Always call the office when it is open, or go directly to the ER or Urgent Care if it is an emergency.