Become A Patient

Operation Samahan is proud to be a community health agency that accepts all patients.

Our staff and our providers look forward to serving you. To become a patient of Operation Samahan, simply call us and make an appointment at 844-200-2426.

Day of Appointment

After you have made an appointment, please bring the following items with you if available:

  • Valid photo identification such as a Driver’s License, valid Passport, birth certificate, or other unexpired valid ID
  • Social Security Card
  • Insurance ID card with policy number & group name
  • Immunization Records (For first time pediatric patients)
  • Employer information (e.g. name, site address, and telephone number)

Registration forms (Please click on forms below. Print, fill out, and bring to your 1st visit if possible)

Payment and Insurance Information  

  • Operation Samahan accepts all patients, regardless of your ability to pay
  • We accept all forms of insurance, but we may not be contracted with your insurance company. You could experience a higher out-of-pocket expense if we are not contracted with your insurance company
  • Operation Samahan is a federally qualified community health center. All patients have access to the sliding scale program which is based on family size and income. If you have questions regarding our sliding scale program, our staff will be glad to assist you. You will also have the opportunity to meet our Caseworker at your first visit to determine your eligibility for other programs.


  • Keeping your appointments: Operation Samahan seeks to provide the best quality care to our patients. In order to provide this, it is important that you keep your appointments and arrive 15 minutes before your appointment if you have a follow-up appointment and 30 minutes if you are a NEW patient.
  • Rescheduling your appointments: If you are unable to keep your scheduled appointment, please contact Operation Samahan at least 24 hours before your appointment. An appointment that is not cancelled or rescheduled means another patient is unable to see a doctor for their medical needs.
  • Canceling your appointments/NO SHOWS: Patients who consistently fail to cancel or reschedule their appointments for 3 or more times will no longer be allowed to make appointments but instead will be seen on a walk-in basis. Please be aware that as a walk-in, there may be a wait as providers already have scheduled appointments.
  • Prescription refills: It is important that you do not run out of your medications. Please allow 48 working hours or 2 business days to respond to prescription refill requests. Plan accordingly and call your pharmacy for prescription refills before you are out of prescriptions.