HERE FOR YOU
All Middlesex Health locations are open and providing patient care. To learn more about what Middlesex Health Family Medicine is doing to keep you safe, click here.
Middlesex Health Family Medicine is now offering Virtual Visits, or telehealth, so that you can see your doctor from the comfort and safety of your home. To learn more and find instructions about how to make an appointment, click here.
ADDITIONAL COVID-19 INFORMATION
For more information about how Middlesex Health is responding to the coronavirus emergency, as well as visitor policies and educational resources, please visit middlesexhealth.org/ready.
Our goal is to make this videoconference appointment as similar as possible to an in-person appointment, so that we can continue to support your child's healthy growth and development. To learn more about Virtual Visits and Zoom, the videoconference tool we use, click here.
There are a few basic steps you can take to prepare for your visit. These ensure that your child's provider has all the information they need.
Please have a list of your child's medicines and allergies ready before the visit.
There are several developmental and behavioral screens we normally use in the office. We are asking that you complete them before your child's visit. Please email them back to us 24 hours prior to the visit.
If your child is between the ages of 11 and 18, they must complete the depression/anxiety/substance use screen by themselves.
Please click on the appropriate link below to get the right paperwork for your child. You can open the PDF on your device and use the pen option (in the upper right corner on iPhone, bottom on Android) to mark the form. On a computer, you can do this in your PDF reader. When done, please email to your provider's office.
Please email the completed paperwork back to the office where you would normally go for an in-person visit.
Have your child dressed in shorts and a t-shirt in order to make the best use of time during the visual exam.
Vaccines can be scheduled after your Virtual Visit. They will be given in our parking lot, outside of the office, to keep your child from being exposed to our office environment.
In order to complete the well child and adolescent visits we need to do a physical exam and sometimes some additional tests. Then we can complete the forms for daycare, school, camp, and sports. We will schedule very short visits in June for the physical exam and paperwork completion. There will not be time during those 10 minute visits for discussion!