Your Visit to OhioHealth Pediatric Physicians

Baby Welcome to OhioHealth Pediatric Physicians! Our locations are in Delaware at Grady Memorial Hospital and in Powell. Below is important information for your visit.



What to Bring to a Pediatric Appointment
To make sure insurance claims are being processed correctly and that we are up to date on any changes in treatment plans being administered by another provider, please bring the following items to each visit:

 

  • Current insurance card(s)
  • Co-payment
  • All current medications and dosing instructions (actual prescription bottles are preferred)
  • Over-the-counter supplements or vitamins (actual bottles are preferred)
  • Immunization records (for well check visits and new patients)

What to Know About Your Pediatric Appointment
To better serve our patients and to minimize your wait time, we request you make separate appointments for each family member to be seen by the pediatrician. Please let the scheduler know if more than one patient needs to be seen, so that consecutive appointment times can be utilized.

We suggest you arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled time to allow our staff to process your paperwork in a timely manner.

If you must cancel your appointment, please give us 24 hours notice, providing an opportunity for another patient to be seen. We’ll be happy to reschedule your child’s appointment at a more convenient time.

We prefer prescription refill requests be discussed with the pediatric physician at the time of the appointment.

In the event a refill is needed between routine visits, please allow 24 hours notice. Many health conditions require careful monitoring, and we generally cannot fill prescription requests unless the physician has seen your child in the last three months.

Patient Forms
Parents must complete the following forms for each child. For your convenience, you may print the forms below and fill them out before your appointment:

Information for Family and Caregivers
Occasionally it may be necessary for someone other than a parent to bring your child in for a visit. We must have written permission from you to be able to see and treat your child.

For these singular visits, please send this written permission with your child’s caregiver on the day of his or her appointment.


Please make sure the HIPAA release form on file in our office lists all persons (other than parents) with whom we can discuss information regarding the patient on a regular basis.

Add MyChart Proxy Access
If you would like another person to have access to your OhioHealth MyChart account, please complete this proxy form and bring or mail it to our office.