We are honored that you would consider us to be your child's medical home. We share your joy and enthusiasm and look forward to the opportunity in partnering with you on the exciting journey of raising a child.
Our practice is currently accepting new patients from birth to age 14. We care for patients from birth through age 21.
Getting acquainted with us- We would be happy to answer any additional questions you may have about our practice. You may call and speak to one of our front desk receptionists or the practice administrator. If you prefer, call today to schedule a prenatal or "get acquainted" meeting with one of our providers.
Watch this short video to learn more about our practice and medical providers.
Upon your little one's arrival- Whether your baby is born at a local hospital or birthing center, simply tell your obstetrician, midwife and the hospital staff that you have chosen Mt. Airy Pediatrics P.C. as your child's pediatric care provider. Our office will be notified of your baby's birth by the hospital staff. Upon discharge, please contact our office within 24 hours about scheduling your baby's first visit to our office.
Explore our Parent Resources section for some great tips on newborn care.
What to bring to your first visit:
MEDICAL RECORDS - For your newborn please bring any medical documents you received about your baby at discharge from their birth institution.
For all other patients, to help expedite the first appointment, we ask that you please arrange to have your child's medical records sent to us within 15 days of registering as a patient with us. If we have not received your child's previous records, your appointment will have to be rescheduled. You can print out a release form to have your records sent here using this link .
PROOF OF INSURANCE- ALL patients must bring proof of their medical insurance coverage, as well as any copays or deductibles due in order to be seen for their appointments. For a full list of the insurance carriers we have contracted with please click here .
IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR NEWBORNS : In most cases your baby's medical bills while they are in the hospital will be covered through a parent's plan without any issues. However, care in our office is not covered in the same way, therefore it is imperative that you contact your employer and/or your health plan to notify them of your baby's arrival as soon as possible and before your first visit with us.
If you are covered by an HMO plan or a plan that requires that you select a PCP, please remember to request that your child be assigned to our office from their date of birth. Following these steps will help you avoid having services not covered by your insurance.
For commercial insurances: please notify your employer and call your insurance plan's member services department.
For Medicaid/CHIP (if the insured parent is covered by Keystone First, Health Partners or Aetna Better Health):
visit the PA Healthchoices webiste or call 1-800-440-3989
We also ask that new patient families be prepared to complete paperwork regarding your family medical history, your child's medical history, and insurance information. Links to those forms are available at the end of this page if you would prefer to complete them ahead of time.
What to expect at your first visit
On the day of your child's first visit to our office, we recommend allowing extra time for finishing up any forms and ensuring you have plenty of time to get acquainted with our staff and office. We look forward to meeting you and joining with you to help your child grow well and remain healthy.
Our Appointment Policy
Our office policy is that each patient is assigned a "primary" provider with whom all well care visits and most sick/same day visits will be scheduled. This policy allows parents and patients to develop relationship with this clinician over the years. This consistency can be vital over the years as we help families navigate their children's health and development. In certain specific situations, we may be able to accommodate a request to switch to another provider in the practice. Such requests would need to be approved by the Practice Manager as well as the clinician.
We work hard to ensure that all of your visits to our practice are a good experience. Our schedules are designed to allow both you and your physician or nurse practitioner time to examine your child and review any concerns you or they may have. We aim to respect the value of your time and see you promptly. As a courtesy, we attempt to confirm all prescheduled appointments by phone, text or email 24-48 hours prior to your scheduled time. Cancellations must be received within 24 hours. When an appointment is missed without cancellation, your account may be assessed a $20.00 No Show fee for the time that we were unable to utilize for patient care. In that case, please come prepared to take care of your account balance at your next appointment to avoid having to reschedule your appointment.
If you are more than 10 minutes late for a prescheduled well visit, we may have to ask you to reschedule for another day. For same day sick visits, we may have to ask you to wait until the next available opening in the day's schedule.
Vaccines at Mt. Airy Pediatrics P.C.
At Mt. Airy Pediatrics, P.C. we firmly believe that all children and young adults should receive all of the recommended vaccines according to the schedule published by the Centers for Disease Control and the American Academy of Pediatrics .
We firmly believe in the effectiveness of vaccines to prevent serious illness and to save lives. We firmly believe in the safety of our vaccines.
However we also recognize that the choice to vaccinate your child may be a very emotional one for some parents.
We will do everything we can to help you make an informed and objective decision about vaccinating according to the recommended schedule. However, should you have doubts, questions or additional concerns our physicians and nurse practitioners are always available to discuss them with you. We consider it our job to help alleviate your concerns and reservations about any health related issues, including the safety and efficacy of vaccines.
To expedite the registration process, follow the links below & complete the required forms ahead of time.
- Patient Registration Form
This forms collects all the demographic information we need, to start to build your child(ren) an accurate chart (address, insurance information, pharmacy)
- Notice of our privacy policies
this document is a copy of this office's privacy policies. It tells you how and why we would disclose any health information about your child to a third party (for example your insurance or the health department) and allows you to restrict disclosure to some other parties.
- HIPAA Acknowledgement of Receipt of our HIPAA policy
please complete this form to acknowledge that you have read a copy of our privacy policies.
- Family Medical History form
this form collects important medical information about your child as well as family members.
- Consent for Release of Medical Records
if your child is not a newborn and/or has seen another pediatrician before transferring to our practice , please complete this form as soon as possible to request their medical records from that office. These records are very important to complete your child's chart.
In order to view or print these forms you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed. Click here to download it.
Online Patient Forms
- Patient Registration Form
- HIPAA Acknowledgment of Receipt and Consent Form
- Consent for Release of Medical Records - Transfer To Us
- Consent for Release of Medical Records
- Financial Agreement
- Credit Card on File Policy
- Telemedicine Consent Form