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June 6th, 2011, 08:42 AM
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So, this morning, I called his pediatrician's office to make a sick appointment for him and they didn't have any openings *again*. I was fed up because he's coughing bad.

So, I got on the phone with tricare and I moved him to here:

Kidz Life Pediatrics! (502)425-7827
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June 6th, 2011, 05:10 PM
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The only part I wouldn't be thrilled about is the after hours/holiday rotation. He is in a solo practice so the other 7 physicians wouldn't have records or history for your child if you needed to call them, right? I don't know...that's just me...
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June 6th, 2011, 09:07 PM
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My guess would be they have electronic medical records. I had a dr that she was solo and had other dr's that worked the hospital on call rotation. It seemed to work out ok. Although the hospital was terrible that had nothing to do with the dr.

Glad you found another clinic that will work and that tricare switched you. I hope the new dr is great and gets his asthma under control.
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June 7th, 2011, 05:59 AM
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It's all electronic records. This isn't a new asthma dr. It's a new primary care physician.

Although I am going to look on the provider page again. I didn't like the way the well/sick rooms were set up. Really no toys while waiting just a tv mounted on a wall.
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June 7th, 2011, 11:24 AM
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No toys means less germs though. I hate always having to tell Danny no touching the toys but I don't want every other kids germs getting in his mouth...KWIM? I would much rather have a no toy waiting room than a toy waiting room but Danny has a messed up immune system so that is major concern with us. :/
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June 7th, 2011, 11:33 AM
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No toys means less germs though. I hate always having to tell Danny no touching the toys but I don't want every other kids germs getting in his mouth...KWIM? I would much rather have a no toy waiting room than a toy waiting room but Danny has a messed up immune system so that is major concern with us. :/
Yeah. It's just harder because unless Frederick has a fever, even when sick, he won't sit still. And if there's toys, i bring wipes and sanitizer. lol

Though I might be switching him to this

Oldham County Pediatrics
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June 8th, 2011, 10:39 AM
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For the toys, I have always brought my own stuff for the kids. Our dr office doesn't have toys, but they have a fish tank and books. My kids don't mind at all. I hope you find a new PCM that works great for him.
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June 8th, 2011, 04:33 PM
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I hope your new doctor works out for you..

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No toys means less germs though. I hate always having to tell Danny no touching the toys but I don't want every other kids germs getting in his mouth...KWIM? I would much rather have a no toy waiting room than a toy waiting room but Danny has a messed up immune system so that is major concern with us. :/

I hear you.. It took me months to let A.J even near a toy at the doctors office.. I let him play once but that's it.. I usually wear him in my Beco or put him in a stroller.. Not worth him catching something..
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