We are only accepting "New" newborn patients, referred from another doctor and/or foster care patients.
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Do you have separate waiting areas for sick and well children?
Yes, our office provides separate waiting areas for sick and well children.
What payment options do you accept?
For a full list of accepted insurances visit our Insurance Page HERE, in addition we also accept cash pay.
Do you have a cancellation policy?
Yes, call us to cancel at least 24 hours in advance and if we do not hear from you there will be a $25 fee.
What should I do if we’re traveling out of town and my child becomes sick?
If this occurs during regular office hours, please call our office. We will help you assess the situation and determine what course of action, if any, is necessary. Please note, however, the doctor will not be able to prescribe any medication without seeing your child.
If this occurs after our office is closed, you may seek care at a local pediatrician’s office, walk-in clinic or emergency room. Many insurance companies also have an out of area phone number that you can contact for more information. Call the member services number on your insurance card for assistance in locating a participating provider.
If my child sees a doctor or nurse practitioner who is not our regular doctor, will our insurance pay?
Yes, as long as the doctor or nurse practitioner who saw your child is a provider in your health care plan the insurance company will pay. If you have questions regarding a doctor’s participation in your health plan, be sure to ask one of our staff members before you register. This will avoid any misunderstanding if the claim is rejected.
When do I pay my co-pay?
We require all payments at the time of service, including co-pay, co-insurance, deductible, and any outstanding balance.
Should my teenager have a physical each year?
Yes, we recommend that adolescents have a physical once a year. Routine exams give your teenager an opportunity to receive reliable answers to questions he/she may feel uncomfortable asking you or another adult. This exam also allows the provider to discuss with your teenager the normal occurrences of puberty and the importance of a healthy lifestyle.