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When you make your appointment, be sure to let our receptionist know the nature of your visit (sports physical, ear pain, second opinion, rash.) Also, please let us know at the time you make your appointment if you have several questions or concerns, or if you want more than one child checked. Reason: We want to schedule enough time for your concerns. If we try to squeeze multiple issues (or children) into a single “quick visit” time slot, it either results in cutting you off (not fair to you), or making our other patients wait while we finish (not fair to them.)

Our “on-time” and “late” policy
We understand that even the most organized mom or dad can run late sometimes. If that’s the case, call us before your appointment time. We can reschedule your appointment for a time that’s better for you. If you are late for the appointment but don’t call us, we will probably give your time away to another patient.
Patients arriving early, on time, or up to 10 minutes late will be seen in the order they were scheduled.
Sick patients arriving 10-30 minutes late will be seen, but will have to wait while we see patients who were on time.
“Well” patients (physicals, rechecks, etc.) arriving more than 10 minutes late will be asked to reschedule.
Any patient arriving more than 30 minutes late, or walk ins, will be asked to reschedule.