Office Visits & Treatment Authorization
When possible, it is best that a parent or legal guardian accompany children to our office. We require a parent or legal guardian to be present at the first office visit since a complete medical history must be obtained.
We do realize that circumstances may prevent you from attending every checkup or visit. Our office can provide you with a medical treatment authorization form to use when you are unable to accompany your child to the clinic; however, Federal Law requires the presence of a parent or legal guardian when vaccines are administered.
If your child requires a referral authorization by your insurance company, please notify us at least five working days prior to the appointment.