Adult/Pediatric Illness Care

 

Illness Care

Brief office visit: One straight forward issue that requires only a short time in the office for evaluation and treatment recommendations. Examples include a “head cold” or other symptoms such as pink eye, sinus infection, sore throat, ear pain, bladder infection, rash, etc.

Regular office visit: One complicated issue that requires an office visit such as asthma or allergy management, headaches, sleeping problems, stomach pain, dehydration, etc. Patients who have several “mild” conditions would also fit into this category (i.e., rash plus a cough).

Extended office visit: Several issues and/or a single complicated issue requiring extended time and effort in the office. This office visit type would include a patient who might need to be referred to a specialist, or requires coordination of care and medical records review.  Complex medical issues would fall into this category.

Succeeding Beyond Expectations

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“When I went to see Dr. Bob, I felt like this would be the beginning of a long road of medication.  My eight year old had been struggling for years with academics, behavioral issues, and I feared the beginning of depression.  Dr. Bob was highly recommended by a friend who had been so satisfied with the care he provided.  I couldn’t believe that we walked out of there with nose spray and a recommendation to talk to the school about Special Education.  We followed his advice and my son is sleeping great, well-adjusted and succeeding beyond expectations.  I felt that Dr. Bob understood there was more than just prescription medications to help kids like mine.  I am so glad he was willing to try something that work so well!”

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