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Our New MMR Vaccination Policy

As some have seen in the news, there is an alarming trend in Pediatric offices toward strong-arming parents into vaccinating their children and giving them their marching orders to find a new Pediatrician. Those who know me will tell you that I’m a strong...

School Letters Policy

Because of stricter guidelines for attendance at schools, parents are required to provide school notes for any days of school that will be considered “excused”. Most schools will allow parents to write notes for minor illnesses, but have a limited number of...

Osha Blood Borne Pathogen Occupational Exposure Policy

Section A. Occupational Exposure Policy 1. The purpose of this policy is to prevent the occupational exposures of the staff to the following potentially infections materials: blood, semen, vaginal secretions, cerebrospinal fluid, synovial fluid, plural fluid, amniotic...

Treatment of Minors

All patients below the age of 16 must be accompanied by a person of majority.  If the patient is accompanied by a person of majority who is not a legal guardian of the patient, then a legal guardian must inform this office verbally that the accompanying adult has the...

Mutual Satisfaction Policy

In order to give the very best care to our patients it is important for parents as well as staff to have a satisfying experience in our clinic. I employ very high quality medical caregivers and office staff and they work diligently to train and improve themselves....

Appointment Scheduling Policies

The purpose of these policies is to ensure that there are enough appointment slots available to take care of the sick children & to safeguard the schedule so that you and your children are in and out of the clinic in a reasonable amount of time. You can help us...