Key Benefits Of ADC’s Patient Portal

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Ever walk out of your doctor’s office feeling overwhelmed or anxious? And please don’t even mention the painful wait times. That’s why we’ve given our patients the option to streamline their visits. Our Patient Portal is your safe and easy way to take care of many of your medical tasks associated with doctor visits.

Our portal is powered by FollowMyHealth, and it works as a universal health record. FollowMyHealth is a secure online website that gives patients convenient 24-hour access to personal health information from anywhere with an internet connection. It’s also used by numerous health care organizations and thousands of physicians across the country. It is the driving force behind their hospital or clinic’s specific patient portal. While portals may have a different name, the technology is the same. Using a secure username and password, patients can view health information such as appointments, clinical summaries, medications, immunization, allergies, and lab results.

With FollowMyHealth, you can:

  • Review your medical records online in a safe, secure environment
  • Communicate privately with physicians via secure messaging
  • View test and lab results, read medical notes from your doctor
  • Update your health information (allergies, medications, conditions, etc.)
  • Request Rx refills
  • Schedule or change appointments
  • Fill out and submit forms prior to appointments
  • Share information with other doctors/clinics
  • Fax, print or email records for external use

Best of all, it’s available online anytime via any computer, tablet, or smart phone. With people bypassing the doctor’s office every chance they get, we believe that it’s important for medical offices to adopt these service improvements so patients can have the best experience overall.

Take the stress out of staying healthy. Sign up or log in now.

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Colonoscopy – Frequently Asked Questions

Wandering about a Colonoscopy? Here are some questions that might help clear up any confusion you may have. Please feel free to contact ADC for more extensive details and information regarding Colon health and services that may be offered at ADC.

I know I am supposed to hold aspirin products for 5 days.  What are considered aspiring products?

Aspirin products include:  Advil, ibuprofen, Motrin, Aleve, naprosyn or any medications you take for arthritis (including iron).

What foods am I supposed to avoid 2 days prior to the procedure?

It is important that you stop eating high roughage foods such as lettuce, beans, cabbage, corn as well as any high fiber foods including whole wheat bread.  If you take fiber laxatives, you must also stop taking them 2 days prior to your procedure.

What foods are ok to eat?

It is ok to eat meat, potatoes, pastas, fruits, and white breads.

I know I am supposed to begin a clear liquid diet at breakfast on the day prior to the procedure, what is considered a clear liquid?

Clear liquids include all of the following:

Strained fruit juices (without the pulp)

Water

Clear broth or bouillon

Coffee or tea (without milk or non-dairy creamer)

Gatorade

Carbonated and non-carbonated soft drinks

Kool-aid or other fruit flavored drinks

Plain jello (without fruit or toppings)

Ice popsicles

No red or purple fluids/liquids

No milk products or solids

Where is ADC Endoscopy Specialists located?

Our physical address is #1 Care Circle Drive.  Our facility is located inside Legacy Squares office park off of Amarillo Boulevard West between Coulter & Soncy.