Appointments and referrals
A private general cardiology practice since 2005.
Integrated prevention, evaluation and treatment of all cardiac conditions from simple to complex.
All forms of arrhythmias, cardiomyopathies, valvular disease, congenital and structural heart disease, aortopathies, carotid, and peripheral disease.
Advanced in-office diagnostic testing.
Lower patient out-of-pocket cost and lower cost to insurance.
Outstanding communication with patients and their referring providers.
We will process all of your referrals on all of your patients regardless of insurance. If we do not participate with a patient’s insurance plan, we will schedule your referral at another appropriate facility.
When we have received your referral, we will contact the patient, obtain the necessary pre-authorizations, schedule according to the referral, and send you reports when results are complete.
Lots of ways we make you and your patients happy
Schedule an appointment
- Call 801-281-4278
- Fax 801-281-5960
- Fast track referrals if desired (select option on referral or contact Dr. Miller).
- Use our secure website referral form.
- Download our referral form and fax to us.
- Contact us on OhMD for secure messaging.
- Contact us on Web Chat (lower right hand section of your screen).
- Request secure email correspondence.
- Call or text Dr. Miller directly on his cell phone.
If you don’t have the number, request it.
Questions and resources
Generally no. But some insurance requires a referral from your primary care provider. Call your insurance company to confirm
We take most insurance. There are several we don’t take. See the list on our website.
Yes. We will send copies of all in-office tests and visit notes to your primary care and any other providers you wish
You will receive an automatic reminder before your appointment through voicemail, email, and/or text messaging depending on your preferences
After your appointment, you will receive a request for feedback on your experience
You will get the final report from the provider who ordered the test. You may receive a preliminary result from the cardiologist in the office depending on the type of test
If you are a patient in the office, final results will be reviewed at your follow up appointment
There are several ways to get results to you if you like to keep your own records
We do not have a no-news-is-good-news policy. If you are unsure, get your own results
Our technologists will not provide any information about test results. Our policy is that final results must come from a medical provider