Office visits (except for emergencies) are by appointment only. We see children from birth until their 23rd birthday.
We provide our patients with office forms on this website for your convenience. We recommend you print and fill these forms out at home to save time while in our office. New patients should fill out the first five forms. Click on the link below to print out the form.
Forms to complete for New Patients:
Form to Complete to send records to Doctors or Insurance Companies:
- Authorization to Release Health Information
ADHD Evaluation Forms:
Click on the links you need, print the forms, and fill out each form before your child’s appointment.
- Welcome Letter
- Preparing for Your Appointment
- ADD/ADHD Complete Patient History
- Patient Self Evaluation
- CPPD Patient ADD/ADHD Agreement
- Famous People with ADD/ADHD
- School Data Form
- Sensory Processing Screening Checklist
- CAARS – Observer
- Vanderbilt ADHD for Parents
- Vanderbilt ADHD for Teachers
- Understanding ADHD Book
If you do not have a copy of Acrobat Reader you can get one for free by clicking on the icon ‘Get Acrobat® Reader’. This will take you to Adobe’s website and enable you to download the Acrobat program to your computer.
8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. – To schedule appointments for ill patients needing to be seen the same day (please no routine appointment calls or calls requesting information at this time).
9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. – Call requesting information, routine scheduling, and illness.
All patients are encouraged to call with any questions they have about medical problems. Remember it would be unfair to our office patients when the doctor leaves to answer each and every telephone call. The office staff has been trained to answer many of your questions. They will also relay your information to the doctor and your call will be returned or otherwise answered at the earliest opportunity.
Our nurses are well trained in answering many of your questions or deciding if you need to be seen that day. In an emergency the nurse will immediately put your call through to the doctor. Please give your pharmacy number to the receptionist or nurse involved if a medication might be called in that day.
We request these be handled only during routine office hours.
Please call 4-5 days before a refill is needed (ie., when you run out of their medication completely) to give our office and the pharmacy enough time to fill your request. This will prevent your child from not having his or her chronic, daily medication for any period of time.
WHAT TO DO AFTER HOURS:
Our answering service is available with one of our providers on-call whenever our office is closed. If your child or teenager becomes acutely ill after office hours and you cannot wait until the next morning, call our number and the answering service will take your call and one of the doctors will get back to you as soon as possible.
The physician will determine whether we can handle the situation by phone and see you in the office the next morning or whether it will, in fact, be necessary to have your child seen more urgently in the emergency room.
Please do not call after hours for routine questions that can be handled during normal business hours.
BILLING & PAYMENT:
We expect payment of your co-pay at the time of service. We give a 10% discount to self pay patients who pay at the time of service. For your convenience we accept the following credit cards:
Monthly payment arrangements can be setup, please call for additional information 303-695-7667
Medical Records must be requested in writing and signed by a parent or guardian. Please see our “Patient Forms” link on the top of this page to copy “Request to Release Medical Records” or “Release Records to Us.” Potential charges to send records are outlined in the “Request to Release Records” form.