Information For New Patients

If you are coming to see your Gulf Coast Prosthetics practitioner for the first time, you can save a bit of time in the office by filling out these 3 forms ahead of time.

Complete Prosthetic Practice

Peer Mentor Program

If you or someone you know is struggling with the loss of a limb or is about to have an amputation surgery, we can send a peer mentor whom is also an amputee to talk with the patient and help lift their spirits.

In-Home Services

If our patient is not able to travel, we can meet the patient at their home for all of their needs.


If the patient needs transportation to or from our office, we will pick them up as well as take them back home.

financial Program

We accept all major credit cards. We try our best to work with most financial situations.

what To Expect on Your First Visit

When you arrive for your first appointment, please allow enough time to complete the new patient information form, if you have not already done so.

Also bring:
  • Insurance verification (card, employer group or member numbers, etc.)
  • A prescription from your physician
  • Valid identification (Passport, Drivers license, Texas Identification Card)

Your first appointment as a new patient could last up to one hour. Gulf Coast Prosthetics practitioners make every attempt to be on time for each appointment. And we also ask that you do the same so that we are able to devote the appropriate time to your care. This gives your Gulf Coast Prosthetics practitioner ample time to get to know you and answer your questions. If you cannot keep an appointment, please notify us at least 24 hours in advance.

During this visit, the practitioner will talk with you to learn your needs, expectations and lifestyle goals as well as complete an evaluation. You will undoubtedly have many questions. Some patients find it helpful to write out their questions ahead of time to avoid forgetting important items they would like to discuss.