Appointments

Appointments are usually scheduled 20 minutes apart from 9:00 AM to 11:40 AM and from 2:00 PM to 5:40 PM, Monday through Friday. All appointments are made via telephone. Please call our appointment schedulers at ext. 201 or 203.  We answer with a live person, and we try to answer by the second ring.

Appointments

Appointments are usually scheduled 20 minutes apart from 9:00 AM to 11:40 AM and from 2:00 PM to 5:40 PM, Monday through Friday. All appointments are made via telephone. Please call our appointment schedulers at ext. 201 or 203.  We answer with a live person, and we try to answer by the second ring.

One of our schedulers, Janell

When making your child’s appointment, please inform us of any drug allergies or medications your child has.  Please be specific about where the injury/issue is on the patient.  It is also suggested that you have your insurance card on hand when calling.

If your insurance company requires a referral from your primary physician (all Medicaid Plans and some private pay plans), we will need that document prior to scheduling an appointment.

You should understand your insurance company’s co-pay and deductible requirements prior to scheduling an appointment.

Be sure to bring photo ID of the person responsible for payment and proof of insurance. You may bring x-rays if they are germane to your child’s condition, but sometimes they may not be sufficient. 

Forms may be downloaded and brought into the office signed, or they may be signed at the office.  Please arrive early to your appointment to complete the forms prior to being seen.  All forms can be found on our New Patient Forms page, in English and Spanish.

Please complete a:

1. Patient Demographics page if your child is being seen for the first time here or if there are changes to the information supplied previously. Print and review.
2. Initial Evaluation form , which includes the patient’s medication and allergy history
3. Acknowledgement form for receipt of the Notice of Privacy Practiced for Protected Health Information (form 008)
4. Patient Rights and Responsibilities form
5. Patient Financial Policy, which will answer most questions about payment for services