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Your time is as valuable as ours.  We do our utmost to avoid overbooking and extended waits in our office. When booking your appointment, please advise the receptionist of the number of issues you would like to discuss and whether any siblings also need attention.

For your convenience, we offer a “walk-in” time from 8:30-9:00 AM every weekday. Please limit these visits to acute issues only (i.e. sore throat, ear pain, fever, rash) and set up a regular appointment for chronic issues that deserve more attention.

Our regularly scheduled hours for sick and well visits are as follows:

  • Monday to Friday: 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM (We are closed for lunch between 12 noon and 1:30 PM)
  • Saturday/Sunday: Sick visits by appointment (please call prior to 10 am the day of to schedule)

The physicians will typically return phone calls after the am and pm office sessions.  If there is an acute medical issue that needs attention the day you are calling, please schedule an office appointment, rather than waiting for a return phone call.  Please be aware that our office staff cannot decide if your child is sick enough to merit an appointment, that decision needs to be made by the parent.  We will always see same day sick patients.

Appointments Policy

Please notify us at least 24 hours in advance if you need to cancel a physical exam appointment or you will be assessed a missed appointment fee.

Sick and Well Child Visits

  • Monday to Friday: 9:30 am to 5 pm.  (Closed 12 noon to 1:30PM)
  • Saturdays: acute visits as needed (please call the physician on by 10 AM to schedule an appointment)
  • Sundays/Holidays: urgent visits can be arranged via the doctor on call.
  • To find the physician on call, listen to the message at our main office number (203.221.7337.)  If you feel your child has an acute illness that needs attention on a weekend or holiday, phone the doctor directly, do not leave a message on the office machine.

Our physicians strongly prefer that infants and children under 5 years old schedule check-ups for the morning. This allows us ample time to cover their developmental needs and avoids the afterschool rush of older children.

We understand that it may be difficult for working parents to bring their child in for a daytime check-up. If you are a full time working parent in need of an evening appointment, please call the office and we will try to work out a convenient time for you.

As a courtesy, our office will confirm all physical exam appointments approximately 24-48 hours in advance.