Whether your child is a newborn, infant, toddler, or adolescent, we have the healthcare solution you've been looking for.
American Academy of Pediatrics recommend children get health checks periodically during their first 3 years of life and annually thereafter. Health checks are important for monitoring your child's overall health. Health checks are very extensive office visits and can last for 30 minutes or longer. Our health checks often include hearing testing, vision screening and immunizations.
Babies need health check: 2 weeks old, 2 months, 4 months, 6 months,
9 months, 12 months, 15 months, 18 months, 24 months and 30 months. Once children reach 3 years of age they need health checks annually.
Because these visits are lengthy we ask that you be on time to these appointments. If you are more than 15 minutes late, your health check appointments will be rescheduled. Our office blocks of certain times for health check appointments depending on your child's age. Usually these appointments are reserved from 2 weeks to 1 month in advance. So please call in and schedule a health check today!
Is your child trying out for sports next year? Schedule a health check today and we can do a sport physical at no additional cost to you. Sports physical done on April or May are valid until the end of the next school term. Call today and schedule a health check appointment! Call before school's out, your child will need one to practice over the summer. Without a health check, some insurance companies will not pay for a sports physical. Therefore, without a health check, sports physical costs $35 for current patients and $65 for new patients.
Most insurance plans cover health checks with no cost to you as part of your wellness benefit, as long as the patient has not already has one previously and the monitoring period. *Some plans may charge a copay or other out of pocket expenses. Check in with your health insurance company if you are unsure about your plan's wellness benefits.
Health checks are very thorough
appointments. If our clinicians find
problems that need additional attention, we can refer your child to an appropriate pediatric subspecialist for your child's condition.