Before Your Visit

1. Schedule your appointment

Make Appointment

24 hours a day, or call 909-623-3428 during business hours.

2. New patient paperwork

Login to online portal

(If you do not have an account please contact our office to have an invitation link sent to your email address)

oOr arrive 30 minutes early to complete the paperwork.

3. Gather your medical records

Please obtain and bring all pertinent medical records, discs with X-rays, blood tests, and your referral with you.  If you believed these were sent directly to us please call to confirm they have been received prior to your appointment.  If we do not have access to your records while you are being seen, we may not be able to give you the most productive visit possible.

4. Day of your appointment

  • Arrive prior to your appointment time to facilitate check-in
  • Arrive 30 minutes early if you have not completed your online account
  • Bring your insurance card and photo ID for verification
  • Bring a list of all current medications or your prescription bottles

 Patient Frequently Asked Questions

1.  When should I get there for my appointment?
For first time patients we recommend arriving 30 minutes early to fill out paperwork and have insurance documentation scanned.  We will also have patients give a urine sample for their first visit

Established patients would benefit from getting there 15 minutes early to ensure that you can be seen in a timely manner and prevent other patients from being late

2.   My primary doctor has all of my information, will that automatically be available for the urologist to view?
No, actually receiving paperwork, labs, and x rays can be difficult secondary to privacy and legal consents.  We strongly recommend you personally bringing anything with you that you want the doctor to see. This can be especially important if there have been xrays or scans performed as reviewing the actual images during your visit may give additional information.  (ie.  If you are visiting for elevated PSA, please bring a copy of the lab, if you are coming for kidney stones, please bring the disc with the images from where you had the study done)

3.  What do I do if I would like to see someone prior to my schedule time?
We often have cancellations or changes in our schedule and sometimes openings are available on a more day to day basis.  If you are interested in moving your appointment up feel free to call and see if spaces have opened up.

4.  What if I am unable to make my appointment time?
As a courtesy for the time reserved for you and to other patients who need to be seen urgently please give us at least a 48 hour notice if you are unable to make your scheduled time.  This will allow us to make room for patients who need to be seen sooner  and will avoid a $50 no show fee.

5.  Where are you located?  How do I get there?
Our address: 210 West Bonita Ave Suite #100 Pomona, CA91767. Click here for a map

6.  What Insurance do you take?
The doctors with Inland Urology Medical Group are providers for Medicare and most major insurance plans.  We are also providers for ProMed Medical Group, Prime Care Inland Valley, and Upland Medical Group.  If you have any questions please feel free to call us with your insurance information as you schedule your appointment.

5.  What is your office’s privacy policy?
Here is a link to our privacy policy:  IUMG Privacy Policy

Our Location

210 West Bonita Ave
Suite # 100
Pomona, CA 91767
(909) 623-3428
Fax (909) 622-1923
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Office Hours

Patients are seen by appointment only
Monday through Friday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Lunch Break Taken
12:30 pm till 1:30 pm

Saturday 9 am to 12 pm
Please call for availability