View policies, consents and download our procedure forms below.
You will be asked to sign for these at the time of registration at your office visit.
New Patient Forms
Are you a new patient? Download and complete New Patient packet AND complete one of the questionnaires below which pertains to your medical problem.
General Forms & Notices
HIPAA protects the confidentiality and security of a patients health care information therefore, it is required that we get your written consent for certain information.
Notice of Privacy Practices
This is our notice of privacy practices, which describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information.
In order for our medical staff to be able to deliver the quality of care that you deserve and are accustomed to; we have established our financial policies. The link below will download a PDF list of guidelines that are necessary in order to continue to provide high quality care and make your visit as pleasant as possible.
Surescripts Consent Form
Surescripts is an electronic database used to access your medication history. With your consent we will download list of your past and present medications to your personal chart. Knowing and understanding your medications is what makes us able to give you the best treatment, the treatment you deserve.
Patients Are Saying
“The staff goes out of their way to assist, answer any questions, and make you feel comfortable. Professional, capable, pleasant.”
“Treatment has enabled me to want to leave my house and enjoy life again- I can now walk, standup, or sit without constant pain. I was pleased with the polite & professional care. I would recommend Dr. Iqbal to anyone.”
“I recently had the uterine fibroid embolization performed by Dr. Azher Iqbal at Buffalo Vascular Care. It has been made apparent by both Dr. Iqbal and his staff’s actions that the patient is number one. Clearly, this is a highly professional, friendly, efficient team that works cohesively for the total well being of the patient.”