WHAT TO BRING

The first time you bring your child to our office for a visit, it is helpful to arrive 20 minutes early so that you have time to complete paperwork with insurance and contact information. Please bring your insurance card, any needed co-pay, and any additional paperwork relevant to the visit.


If you are bringing a newborn, please bring any discharge paperwork you received. If you are bringing an older child who is a new patient to our practice (or a returning patient after an extended abscence), please bring immunization records, growth charts, and any other medical history records you have.


For new and established patients, it is helpful if you bring any medications your child has been prescribed by us or by other physicians, over-the-counter medications, and vitamins/supplements. Bringing in the actual medications and associated devices can be helpful for us to review dosages and administration techniques.


If the adult bringing a child to a visit with us is not a custodial parent of that child, please make sure to bring a signed note consenting for that person to seek care and treatment for that child; please give the caretaker's full name in that authorization note. Please have the custodial parent sign and write his or her full name, date the note, and provide a contact phone number.


Thank you so much for your help to facilitate quality care for your child!

 

VIRGINIA PEDIATRIC AND ADOLESCENT CENTER

703-569-8400


Springfield Office and Adolescent Center

8316 Traford Ln.

Springfield, VA 22152

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Fair Ridge Office

4001 Fair Ridge Dr.

Suite 301

Fairfax, VA 22033

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