Schedule an Appointment

Schedule an Appointment

Patients may only schedule follow-up appointments.  All first time visits must be referred by another doctor’s office.  If a doctor's office will be scheduling the appointment, the patient will receive a packet of information prior to the visit with forms and a confirmation of their appointment date and time.  We request that all paperwork be completed upon arrival to our office.

When scheduling a follow-up or rescheduling an appointment, please be able to provide us with the following information should you be asked:

  • Patient's name
  • Patient's birth date
  • Parents' names and contact numbers
  • Nature of the child's problem
  • Primary care doctor's full name
  • Patient's insurance information

    Cancel an Appointment

    If you are unable to keep your child's clinic appointment, please inform us so that we may give another child the opportunity to be seen by our physician. If you do not show up for a scheduled clinic appointment and call later asking to be rescheduled, you will be given the next available appointment.

What to Bring to Your Visit

Insurance Information:

Please review the Insurance Information section of the website prior to your visit. You will need to bring your child's social security number and insurance card to every visit, even if we have seen you before. If your insurance is provided by your employer, please bring the employer's name, address, and phone number, as well as the name, address, date of birth, and social security number of the insured parent or guardian. Also, please have working knowledge of your required co-pay, co-insurance, and deductible, as well as whether or not your yearly deductible has been met.

Your co-pay is expected at the time of service, and we accept cash, check, VISA, and MasterCard. If you do not have health insurance of any kind, you will be expected to make some payment at the time of service, depending on the services provided.

Doctor and Pharmacy Information:

Please bring with you the name, address, phone number, and fax number of your primary care physician, the doctor who referred you to us (if different), any specialist to whom you think we may also need to send reports, and your pharmacy.

Things For Your Child:

Although we have a number of books, magazines, and toys, feel free to bring whatever you feel your child might need while waiting to be seen. Don't forget baby bottles and diapers if necessary.

The Legal Guardian:

We cannot see a child who is not accompanied by a legal guardian. A physical examination or a surgical procedure can never be performed on a minor without proper consent from a legal guardian. If a child comes to our office without his or her legal guardian, a written statement by the legal guardian authorizing care must be provided by the adult accompanying the child.