Frequently Asked Questions

Can I come for my annual exam if I have my period?

Light spotting shouldn’t interfere with your exam, however bleeding can affect the outcome of the exam, so you should call our office to reschedule.

What is a copayment?

A copayment is due at the time of service each time a medical service is accessed.

Why do I need to pay a deposit?

If you have a high deductible plan or coinsurance, you will be asked to pay towards your visit or procedure in the form of a partial deposit prior to services or at the time of service.

What do I do after hours?

If you have an urgent or emergent matter, please go to Labor & Delivery or the Emergency Room. If you need to make an appointment, or have a prescription refilled  please call during normal office hours. If you need to speak to Dr. Boheen please call 801-728-0199.

How often do I need to be seen?

The American College of OB/Gyn recommends a Pap test every 2-3 years if your previous testing has been normal. However, to refill a prescription, you need to have been seen within the past 12 months (this is state law).

How will I be notified of my test results?

Normal Pap results will be notified by letter. Blood testing that is not routine (i.e. during pregnancy) will be notified via phone call. However, all laboratory testing is accessible via this website-