Appointments

Sick Appointments

Office hours are by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, you may call the main number. Indicate that your child is ill and you would like him/her to be seen and our staff will transfer your call appropriately. If you feel you have an emergency, please state this clearly when you call. We make an effort to allow adequate time for same-day sick appointments.Please call as early in the day as possible so that we may accommodate you as efficiently as possible. If you are planning to have two or more children seen during an office visit, you need to make an appointment for each child. Each child seen without an appointment makes us 15-20 minutes late for all subsequent appointments. Remember, all illnesses do not require an office visit. If you are unsure, feel free to speak with a nurse who can help you decide what is best.

Well Appointments

The well appointment staff is in the office from 8:00am until 4:30pm. Well appointments consist of physical exams, follow-ups, pre-booked sick appointments (for ongoing problems), consults (usually for emotional/psychological discussions or evaluations), & medication checks.

During the first two years of life we see our patients at regular intervals for routine well baby examinations.  After age two we prefer to see children for yearly exams.

  • Newborn visit: two days after hospital discharge
  • 1, 2, 4, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18 months
  • 2 years
  • Yearly after age 2 years
  • Last exam at age 21 years

Appointments for physical exams are booked three months ahead. After your child starts school it is important that we continue seeing him/her for yearly exams through high school and at entrance to college. One of our primary goals as pediatricians is counseling and guidance & it is important for your adolescent to have someone outside the family to consult during these years. We can be much more helpful if we've maintained an ongoing relationship with your child as they are growing and developing.

Because of the high volume of physicals, especially during the summer months, appointments are sometimes difficult to obtain. It is important that you call as soon as possible to schedule. Please be patient - our staff will do their best to accommodate you.

Arriving on time for your scheduled appointment helps our medical staff to stay on time. If you are more than 15 minutes late for your appointment, you may be asked to reschedule. Should you be unable to keep an appointment, PLEASE notify the office as soon as possible. This allows us to give this reserved time to someone else in need of services.

We schedule physical exams three months in advance.

If your child is due for an exam in: Please call to schedule in:
January October
February November
March December
April January
May February
June March
July April
August May
September June
October July
November August
December September