Make your first visit to our office a more relaxed one. Please take some time now to download the PDF files below. To view and print these forms, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader. If it's not already installed on your computer, this free software can be downloaded here.
This form is primarily for demographic and billing purposes. If you are okay with having us email you appointment reminders, lab results, or our e-newsletter, please be sure to include this information.
Medical Record Release
When your children have had medical services prior to coming to our office, we ask that you complete the Medical Records Release Form. Parents of newborns do not generally need to fill out a record release.
Note that the group that your children previously received care at may charge you up to 75 cents a page to copy those records. Requesting the whole chart may not be practical. For most children, we can make due with the last six pages of progress notes, vaccine summary, and growth curve.
If your child received care from a specialist, we can help you request office notes, operative reports, and pertinent lab results. We are not aware of specialists that charge for this service.
This form is two pages, but shouldn't take too long to complete -- especially for infants. It provides essential information on past medical history, development, active symptoms, and family history.
In 1996, the federal government passed legislation called the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. Quite a mouthful! This law helps protect the privacy of health information. Are you okay with us leaving results to your child's lead level on your answering machine, or sending you the results by email? Then just download, review, and sign this form. If your family situation is a little complicated (custody battle, order of protection, etc.), then you may want to also review the Notice of Privacy Practices (available at the office) and give us more specific guidance.
Bambini Office Policies
How long are visits? What happens if it snows, and I can't come in? It's 2 AM and my daughter has a fever, what do I do? I am having a baby in two months and want to schedule a prenatal visit. My son is going to three summer camps, and they each have their own form. There is an order of protection against the baby's father. I have a high-deductible plan, do you give discounts? Does Bambini offer payment plans? I can't take time off work -- can I discuss my son's problems in school with the doctor by email? Lot to consider! Hopefully, our office policy download will address these and other concerns for you.