We care for children since they are new born until 18 years old. Please take the time to fill out our new patient forms located in our forms and policies section and bring it with you for your first consultation.
If you feel that your child has a significant medical condition such as headaches, etc., please make an appointment right away! Do not wait until a routine well check visit, as delay may put your child’s health at risk. Some insurance companies may not cover diagnostics and/or treatment of medical condition during routine medical exams.
If your child needs emergency care , please call 911 as soon as possible. Your child’s health is very important to us, therefore it’s extremely important for us to obtain as much information on your child’s medical history as possible. Please take the time to fill out the forms to the best of your knowledge.
If your child is new to our practice and you are calling to schedule an appointment for a routine visit, we may not need complete medical records prior to the appointment. However, it would be very helpful to have your child’s growth chart and immunization records, if possible, at the first visit. For complicated/extended visits, please see below.
COMPLICATED/EXTENDED VISITS FOR CHRONIC ISSUES
If your child is new to our practice and you are calling to schedule an appointment to discuss asthma, ADD/ADHD or other chronic condition, it would be very helpful to us if, prior to coming in for the appointment, you could fill out a records release form to have your child’s medical records sent to us. Once our office receives the records, one of our physicians can review then and become familiar with your child in advance of your appointment. Records release forms can be obtained on our Office Forms page.
Please contact your prior doctor’s office a couple of days in advance of your appointment to ensure your medical records have been released and sent to our office.
Appointments not canceled with a 24 hour notice will result in a charge. Please notify us in advance of any changes in your schedule which might delay you or keep you from attending your scheduled consultation.