Morristown 973-540-9393
Morristown Pediatric Associates


FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions)

Answers to these frequently asked questions are intended to provide brief information relevant to your child's health. If you would like to speak with us regarding any of these topics, do not hesitate to call us.
What are your office hours?
Are you accepting new patients?
Do you accept my health insurance plan?
When is my co-pay due?
How do we contact the doctor after hours?
May I request a specific pediatrician for my visit?
How often does my child need to be seen in the office?
What immunizations will my child receive?
My child needs to see a specialist. What do I do?
When will I receive lab or test results?
Does your practice support breastfeeding mothers?
I just gave birth. When should I schedule my baby's first doctor visit?
When should my baby start solid foods?
Who are considered high risk patients?
What is Guillain Barre Syndrome?
What is Thimerosal?
Will my child's vaccine contain thimerisol?
If my child is eighteen, may he or she come by themselves?
Can someone other than the patient's parent bring them to the clinic?
Who can receive flumist?
What is the correct amount of Acetaminophen or Ibuprofen to give my child for fever or pain?

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