Your time is as valuable as ours. We do our utmost to avoid overbooking and extended waits in our office. When booking your appointment, please advise the receptionist of the number of issues you would like to discuss and whether any siblings also need attention.
Our regularly scheduled hours for sick and well visits are as follows:
• Monday thru Friday: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
• Saturday Coronado office: 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM.
• Phone lines open at 7:30 AM to schedule an appointment.
• Same day sick appointments are available at our Coronado and Spring Valley locations. We do not accept walk-ins.
All prescriptions and authorizations for referrals should be requested during normal office hours. For best continuity of care, requests should be directed to your primary physician. Adequate time is needed for all prescription renewals.
We provide a medical advice line during business hours. We also have a triage nurse advice line after hours. This service is provided for parents that have questions regarding their child’s illness. If your child's illness is life threatening you must call 911.
We recognize that an emergency situation can arise and we will do our best to respond to your needs promptly. In the event of a severe or emergent situation, please call 911 or proceed directly to the Emergency Room. You can always contact us via our main office number at any hour of the day.
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