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Do you have a certain way you keep track of all your children dr appointments with the dr location and number?
I'm wondering because I didn't think of this and at my son first appointment for his geneticist doctor I needed the orthopedics name and number so they can get a copy of his xrays. Lucky I had the appointment in my purse which had a number for them. The nurse was able to get what they needed.
I started to put all this information on index cards so I have it if any other doctors need the information. Just wondering what you ladies do?
I keep the names and numbers in my phone. If I can tell them the road, area, or hospital they are at they usually just figure out the rest on their own or give me a phone book. I can put the address in my phone but one of his doctors works at three different locations and we see him at all three... :/
I do a couple things. First, I write everything in my planner, which has numbers in the back. Second, I am a binder Momma. When we switched to an actaul pediatric group that only sees special needs children they gave me an awesome binder with places for everything. Literally.
I'm also a binder mama, but I made my own. Carrie has seen over 30 doctors in 9 fields of specialty at over a dozen hospitals in 5 states. I ask for all doctor's records and keep them in a binder separated by tabs. On those tabs, I staple the cards of the doctors to it, so I have all the info in one place.
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