Questions and Answers
Answers to common questions about prescriptions, appointments, and more.
Please contact us (662) 281-0112 with questions or for assistance.
We see patients by appointment only. Most often, a referral by a primary care physician is required. Please call our office at (662) 281-0112 during normal business hours from 8AM to 4PM to make an appointment.
- We ask that you please bring:
- Photo ID
- Insurance card(s)
- All prescriptions, medications, supplements
- All recent testing with printed results and any imaging discs
We appreciate a 24 hour notice in the event you need to cancel your appointment. Failure to notify our office of cancellations may result in a $50 fee. Please call our office to cancel your appointment and reschedule for a later date. (662) 281-0112
If you have a medical emergency (during or after office hours) please dial 911 and/or visit the nearest hospital immediately!
Oxford Neurology Clinic is located at 2908 South Lamar Boulevard, Suite 100, Oxford, MS 38655. You can also get directions by clicking here (opens Google Maps): Get Directions
Clinic hours are Mon-Fri from 8AM to 4PM (closed from 12PM to 1PM for lunch).
We accept Visa, MasterCard, and Discover in the office and by phone. We also accept cash payments.
We accept most major medical plans as well as Medicare. Please contact your medical insurance company to make sure we are on your plan before you make your appointment.
As a service to our patients we will bill the insurance carrier(s) for you. However, the patient is ultimately responsible for paying any and all medical expenses incurred.
While we will help in any way possible, your insurance is a contract between you and your insurance provider. Please contact your insurance provider to verify your benefit level before each visit.
We will attempt to obtain appropriate insurance referrals prior to the office visit or procedure. However, it is the patient’s responsibility to verify that these referrals/authorizations are in place before services/tests are performed. All patients should be aware that if services or tests are performed without proper authorization, they may be financially responsible for the entire bill. Insurance / Co-payments. All co-payments are due at the time of service.
We will attempt to obtain appropriate insurance referrals prior to the office visit or procedure. However, it is the patient’s responsibility to verify that these referrals/authorizations are in place before services/tests are performed. All patients should be aware that if services or tests are performed without proper authorization, they may be financially responsible for the entire bill.
For patients with no insurance coverage: We require all new, uninsured patients to pay $250 for a new appointment.
If you have a co-payment it will be due at the time of service.
When you need a prescription refill for a medication prescribed by one of our physicians call your pharmacy, even if you have no refills left. The pharmacy will contact us for authorization to fill your medication. We need 24-48 hours to process the pharmacy’s authorization request, so please plan your refill requests accordingly.
Please plan ahead. Keep your prescription numbers and call your pharmacy at least 24 hours in advance when your medication requires refilling.
Of course, but do keep in mind that requests for prescription refills are processed during office hours only. Our doctors will not routinely write prescriptions or issue refill prescriptions during evenings or weekends.
Please note that because our medical personnel are attending to patients all throughout the day, your prescriptions will be filled faster electronically.