To schedule an appointment for your child call 830-816-5055
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday
8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday
When our office is closed, please call Call-A- Nurse for children 210-226-8773 for after-hours nurse advice and triage service.
For life threatening illness or injury, call 911.
When to Schedule an Appointment
Well Child appointments may be scheduled up to 6 months in advance. Boerne Pediatrics follows the American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations for frequency of well child examinations.
Children under 3 years of age are seen at 2-3 days, 2 weeks, 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 9 months, 12 months 15 months, 18 months, 24 months, and 3 years .
Annual well child exams are recommended ages 4-18 years.
The 12 month exam and the 4 year exam must be completed after the child's birthday for immunization purposes. A vision and hearing screen is required by the state of Texas for enrollment in pre-school and Kindergarten.
Middle School and High School Sports - For students involved in school sports, the Texas UIL (Texas-University Interscholastic league) has all the necessary forms and information for sports participation. Please bring the completed forms with you to your physical appointment.
Call our office when your child is ill to schedule an appointment. Give a brief statement of your child's symptoms so the appointment can be scheduled for the appropriate amount of time.
Boerne Pediatrics schedules sick appointments on the same day for urgent issues.
Each child in the family will need an individual appointment. Please let the scheduler know if you have multiple children needing appointments. Each patient requires additional time and unexpectedly adding patients can cause delays. We strive to see patients according to their scheduled time. We do not have the capability to see "Walk-IN" appointments. Ongoing concerns should be disclosed at time of scheduling so that appropriate time can be allotted.
Bring along medications that your child is taking.
Be prepared to give a history for your current concern including symptoms and fever information.
Attention deficit evaluations and medication refill visits need to be scheduled with you primary care provider. The physicians will not write prescriptions outside of these visits. These prescriptions are class II regulated medications. They are monitored by the Texas DPS. Each prescription must be hand carried to the pharmacy and filled by the date on the prescription. Expired prescriptions must be returned to the office. There may be a fee charged for refilling expired prescriptions.
Follow up appointments can be scheduled at the desk following your appointment.
Be on time for your appointment. We believe your time is valuable, and we strive to see you and your child at the scheduled time. If you are late for an appointment we may ask you to reschedule your appointment. If you are unable to keep your appointment, please call in advance to let us know, allowing us to schedule another patient. Not calling to cancel an appointment may result in termination of services.
We use Eletronic Health Records and eRx prescription services. We verify all insurance benefits prior to every visit. If you have an insurance change please notify our office 24 hours in advance. Please see Boerne Pediatrics billing policy for full financial instructions.
If your child is followed by a pediatric specialist please complete the PAST MEDICAL HISTORY FORM
Medical History Form - This form is necessary to provide the "complete picture" of your child's health to your provider. It includes information about the home and school/daycare environments as well as gathering information regarding all health care received outside of our office. By gathering this information, it allows your provider to offer the best care possible for your child(ren). We ask that you update this form once a year after the initial completion of this version of the form. To get the Medical History Form click here.
A current list of medications, whether taken daily or as needed.
Insurance Card - We verifiy that your most current insurance information on file. We will scan your insurance card each time and keep it on file.
Copayment and previous balance payment - We will ask that you pay your co payment and any non-covered services when you check in.
Previous health/immunization records - If you have received health care outside of our office, updated copies of medical records including immunization history are necessary to provide the correct immunizations. You may bring these to our office or have the previous health care provider fax them to us at 830-816-5056. Camp and School forms – Please fill out your portion prior to the visit.
List of questions for your health care provider - depending on the type of question, an additional appointment may be required to address some concerns.