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Appointments


From preventive screenings to diagnosing and treating illnesses, we make every effort to schedule appointments for your child as soon as possible. To help provide timely service to our patients, we prefer to schedule all visits. If you are late for an appointment, we will do our best to work you back into the schedule or offer you an appointment with another provider.

Occasionally, despite our best efforts, we may run late. We will keep you informed so you have the option to reschedule your appointment or be seen by another provider.

Walk Ins

Patients who walk in with a non-emergency condition without an appointment will be worked into the existing schedule as best as possible, or they will be asked to return later in the day when the schedule allows.


After Hours

TriageLogic, our after hours answering service, is available for your calls after hours. Call your clinic's main phone number and you will be put in touch with someone who can listen to your concerns. Please save routine questions (mild illness, appointments, prescription refills) for the morning. We encourage you to refer to our website first, when practical, before calling the doctor.

Sick Child Visits

We make every effort to schedule appointments for ill children on the day that you call us. Please call our clinics ahead of time so that we can minimize the time that you will spend waiting. If you have a medical emergency during clinic hours, we will do our best to see your child immediately or refer you to the appropriate facility.

If you would like us to see more than one child, please schedule an appointment for each child individually. Without an appointment, we may not be able to see a sibling right away, and you may be asked to wait.

 

Well Child Visit & Immunizations

Bringing your child in for regular checkups during the early and very important years of their life will help ensure they grow up healthy and happy.

Prevention – Your child gets scheduled immunizations to prevent illness. You can also ask your child's pediatrician about nutrition and safety in the home and at school.

Growth & Development – See how much your child has grown since your last visit and talk with your child's pediatrician about his or her development. You can discuss your child's milestones, social behaviors and learning.

Raising Concerns – Make a list of topics you want to talk about with your child's pediatrician such as sleeping patterns, eating or getting along with other family members. Bring your concerns with you and discuss them during your visit.

Team Approach – Regular visits create strong relationships that foster trust among pediatrician, parent and child. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends well-child visits as a way for pediatricians and parents to serve the needs of children. This team approach helps develop optimal physical, mental and social health of a child.

Contact one of our clinics for details on scheduling well-child visits.

Recommended Well-Child Visits:

3 to 5 days from birth
Measurement
2 weeks
Newborn screening (PKU)
9 months
Ages and stages developmental Screening, no immunizations unless behind
12 months
Immunizations: Hemoglobin check, lead screening as indicated, Hepatitis A, MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella), Prevnar 13 (Pneumococcal), Varicella (Chicken Pox)
15 months
Immunizations: Ages and stages developmental screening, DTaP, HIB
18 months
Autism screening. Immunizations: Hepatitis A
24 months
Autism screening, no immunizations unless behind
30 months
Ages and stages developmental screening, no immunizations unless behind
3 years
No vaccines unless behind
4 years
Vision and hearing screening. Immunizations: Kinrix (DTaP and Polio), Proquad (Measles, Mumps, Rubella and Varicella)
5 years and older and once every year thereafter
Annual health supervision visit that includes a physical exam as well as a developmental, behavioral, and learning assessment
11 years
16 years
Immunizations: Menveo/Menactra

And once every year thereafter for an annual health supervision visit that includes a physical exam as well as a developmental, behavioral, and learning assessment.

Pediatric Specialists



Pediatric Surgery

You can have peace of mind knowing that the most experienced and advanced pediatric surgeon in the region is ready to provide uniquely personalized and compassionate care. Dr. Adrian Curnow and the entire team of experts in pediatric surgery specialize in a wide array of conditions requiring pediatric surgery, all with state-of-the-art technology and in a comfortable, compassionate environment. For more about pediatric surgery, visit www.saintalphonsus.org/pediatric-surgery.

Pictured to the right: Dr. Adrian Curnow caring for his patient.

Hospital Services

Should your child ever be hospitalized, Saint Alphonsus offers the expertise and commitment of a dedicated, multi-faceted team of specialists and caretakers trained in handling acute medical conditions in children and adolescents. With a highly-personalized approach and 24-hour availability, the board certified and board-eligible hospital-based pediatricians at Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center collaborate closely with primary care providers to achieve excellence in patient outcomes. Combined with comprehensive hospital capabilities at the region’s only Time Sensitive Emergency (TSE) designated facility for Level II Trauma, the pediatric providers at Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center offer the highest quality care to the local pediatric population.

Hospitalists pictured from left to right: Jennifer King, MD; Susan Kim, MD; Hafid Mantilla, MD

Ear Piercings


We offer ear piercing performed by a trained healthcare professional under the supervision of a licensed provider. We use the Blomdahl® Medical Ear Piercing System which minimizes the chance of infection and eliminates the risk of nickel allergy and patient-to-patient cross-contamination.

  • For ages 3 months and older
  • Providing piercing for the lower ear lobe only
  • Up to two piercings in each ear, each set of piercings must be scheduled at different visits
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