To protect your privacy and identity, our office communicates only within secure technologies. This reduces web dangers and complies with federal laws. Our system is simple. Your only role is the one-time selection a password to create this secure connection. No program, software, or cookie is placed on your computer.

Please do not include personal or medical information until we make a secure connection. In reply to your first website message or email, we will send you a secure email. Create your password, and our secure response will open. Please add us to your safe email list.

Save your password — we will not be able to reply to any further emails you send without it. If you forget your password when you reply, use the “Forgotten Password” link which appears; otherwise, we must reply with the initial generic email and you can select a new password. We do not store your password nor do we have access to it. You may always contact us by phone at 251-342-6443 or via our secure fax, 251-342-6566.

Caution: You can still send us email outside this system, but if you do, that email: (1) is not secure; (2) should not be assumed to have been received by us; (3) will not be accepted as valid or relied on or acted on by us; and (4) can be answered only by this same generic email, giving you the new password opportunity.

Disclaimer: We do not form a doctor-patient relationship except by mutual agreement and after a possible patient is examined within our office. A doctor-patient relationship is not created by your sending us an email, talking with us, downloading from our site or our sending you information or materials or responding to an email or call from you or any other such means.

See our Email Consent Form for more details on use of email. See also our Privacy Policy (Notice of Privacy Practices).