East Aurora Pediatrics firmly believes that vaccinating children and young adults is one of the greatest successes of modern medicine. Most vaccines are 90-99% effective in preventing disease. The science is overwhelming that vaccines are safe and effective.
Our office believes that all children should receive the recommended vaccines according to the schedule published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
If, despite all the evidence in favor of vaccines and as a parent, you still refuse to vaccinate your child, East Aurora Pediatrics will not be able to accept your children into our practice where they might put another child in harm’s way.
Payment and co-pays are expected at the time of the visit. Please speak with our account manager if special payment arrangements are necessary. Most insurance companies require you to name one pediatrician as your primary care provider: you are free, however, to see any of our providers.
We accept most insurance plans. Please call for more information.
We do not participate in Workman’s Compensation. We do participate in No Fault claims.
We are happy to complete school and camp forms if your child has been seen in the office within the past 12 months. If not done at the time of the visit, we request either a stamped, self-addressed envelope or a fax number.
Please allow 24 hours for forms to be completed.
If you feel that your child needs a referral to a specialist, please call our office. Referrals are best accomplished through your primary care provider.
This PDF provides information about our privacy practices.
This PDF provides details about patient consent for use and disclosure of protected health information.
Copay payments are due at the time of services. All insurance balances are due within 30 days of the statement date.
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