What are you doing during the coronavirus pandemic?
Preventative care is what pediatrics is all about! We are taking even more precautions than usual by screening all persons coming into our office at the front door for symptoms of COVID-19. This includes parents.
In addition well visits are only done in the office in the morning and specific rooms are reserved for infants and babies. Providers are taking extra precautions by wearing face masks and gloves in the office. We take your safety seriously but infants need well visits and we will continue to be there to serve your family.
Are you accepting new patients?
Absolutely! We invite you to check us out. With our small size you won't be bounced around different providers. It is an opportunity to build a real relationship over time.
What do we have to do to become a patient?
Should you choose to join our family, all you have to do is list us as your pediatric provider while at the hospital. After delivering, call us to set up your first appointment. That is it!
What can we do before our baby is born?
Join us at one of our monthly complimentary classes to prepare you for your newborn. The classes are an opportunity to meet us and the practice while getting a head start on preparing for a baby.
How does health insurance work for newborns?
In most cases the mother's insurance will cover the infant for the first month of life. After this, it is critical that you enroll your newborn under your family insurance plan. If this is not done, the infant is not covered by insurance after this short window. Please call your insurance to confirm coverage once you have attempted to enroll your newborn.