Physician Qualifications

All physicians in this group are board-certified. This means that each of us had at least 3 years of intensive medical training solely in the health care needs of infants, children and adolescents and consequently has taken and successfully passed a nationally certified exam in Pediatrics. Several of us have had additional training in pediatric sub-specialty areas (abnormal child development and child abuse/neglect).

Age Limitations

We enjoy seeing and treating children from birth to college. We often continue to care for developmentally disabled or chronically ill children well into young adulthood.

Medication Refills

The simplest way to obtain a medication refill is to call the pharmacy where you purchased the medication and request the pharmacist to contact us for authorization.

ADD/ADHD Medication Refill Request

Medications used to treat ADD/ADHD cannot be phoned nor faxed into a pharmacy. Parents must personally hand a prescription to the pharmacist. In order to supervise your child's health we must review the progress of your child in our office every three months. If you are in need of a refill for your child's ADD/ADHD medication, please call our office and schedule an appointment. You will receive your child's ADD/ADHD medication prescription at your child's office visit every three months.

As a general rule, we do not renew prescriptions for Antibiotics unless the need to do so is documented in your child's medical record as part of an ongoing medical treatment plan. Any new illness requiring antibiotic therapy also requires medical examination.

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