Resources and Education
We are committed to delivering premier care to our patients, and ensuring you are comfortable with your course of treatment. Below are some trusted resources to help you when you are researching health information and finding out more about cardiothoracic and vascular conditions. Please contact our staff with any questions or concerns you may have.
- The American Cancer Society
- Cancer.net (Esophageal Cancer)
- National Cancer Institute
- Society of Thoracic Surgeons
- Texas Health Heart and Vascular
- The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery
For your convenience, we offer our patient forms online, as well as insurance and billing information.
At CVT Surgical Associates, we understand you want to have your office visit run as smoothly as possible. To help facilitate this process, we have provided our new patient forms here for you to download and complete before your first visit.
Simply click on the links below to download. Print, complete, and bring the forms to your appointment. In order to protect your privacy, please do not e-mail forms.
- New Patient Registration Form: English | Español
- Consent to Treat: English | Español
- Patient Acknowledgement Form Regarding the Use of a Physician Assistant: English | Español
- Health History Form: English | Español
- Medical Release of Information: English | Español
Pay a Bill
In order to use the payment portal to pay your bill, please have your statement and billing information readily accessible. For question or payments by phone, call us at 1-800-890-6034.
CVT Surgical Associates accepts a wide range of insurance plans and various forms of payment, and will verify benefits prior to your appointment. We believe in making it easy for our patients to focus on their treatment and regaining good health. Please call us at 214-692-6135 if you have any questions.
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