Appointment Schedule

What to expect at your visit + forms
If you have a new baby you should call
the office the day of or the day after you
are discharged from the hospital to schedule
an appointment. In general, we like to see
breast-fed infants 2 days after discharge from
the hospital, and bottle-fed infants 3 days
after discharge from the hospital. Infants born
at home should be seen within 1 to 2 days of
birth.
For children between 2 mths & 30 mths:
The well child appointment is usually every 2 to 3 months.
Our office schedule is available 2 to 3 months in advance.
Please note: To save time in the waiting room, we ask that you download the appropriate form for your child’s age, and bring it with you to your child’s well visit.

For children 3 years and up:
The well child appointment is yearly. An easy way to remember when your child is due for a well exam is to book it the month of their birth. To save time in the waiting room, we ask that you download the appropriate form for your child’s age, and bring it with you to your child’s well visit.

The well adolescent appointment is yearly. An easy way to remember when your child is due for a well exam is to book it the month of their birth. To save time in the waiting room, we ask that you download and have your child complete the adolescent screen form above (age appropriate) prior to the well exam.  13 – 17 yr old screenings require authorization from parent.

Sick Child Appointment
We will make every effort to see your sick child the day you call. Keep in mind, if you call early in the day, scheduling is easier.
Urgent Visits: (during regular business hours). Should you need care immediately, you may present to the office for an acute problem. A nurse will assess your child upon their arrival to determine if they need to be seen immediately. If the need is not emergent, the wait time may be a little longer, or you may be asked to return later as we will need to work you in after patients who are already scheduled are seen.