Q. What is the difference between a call-in and an appointment?
A. A call-in appointment is designed to accommodate sick children into the schedule; as a result, they are seen in between previously made appointments with the first available physician. An appointment is made at least three days in advance to see a particular doctor
Q. How long does it take to receive physical forms and/or immunization forms?
A. Depending on the volume of requests physicals forms (yellow forms) and/or immunization forms (blue forms) take three to seven days. Once the paperwork is completed a staff member will inform you for pick up.
Q. What hospitals do your doctors visit?
A. Winter Park Memorial Hospital and Florida Hospital East.
Q. Are circumcisions done in the office?
A. Circumcisions can be performed in the office as long as the child is younger then a month or weighs less then 10 pounds.
Q.Do you offer an open house or orientation?
A. The second Tuesday of each month we offer orientations to new patients/parents. Please call our office to register for the orientation that you will be interested in attending.
Q.How many doctors are there in your office?
A. We have three physicians.
Q. Do you accept Medicaid?
A. The only forms of Medicaid we accept is United Healthcare (Kidcare), Amerigroup of Florida and Sunshine State.