Message us through the Patient Portal or call our office at (734) 475-4500 to schedule an appointment. See the Visit Our Office page for location and office hours. To use the Patient Portal just hit the Green Button on the upper right hand corner of this page.
Meet the Doctor
Office appointments to meet our physicians and our staff are encouraged and provided at no charge.
If your child is sick
Each day we reserve approximately half of our appointment slots to ensure that any child who needs to be seen in the office will be seen that day.
For children under 2 years, we follow the schedule recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics:
- First Newborn Visit
- One Month Visit
- Two Month Visit
- Four Month Visit
- Six Month Visit
- Nine Month Visit
- Twelve Month Visit
- Fifteen Month Visit
- Eighteen Month Visit
- 2 year
- 2.5 years
- Yearly after age 3
In order to provide a comprehensive exam and to address those questions that are most important to you, we ask you to fill out certain questionnaires in advance of your appointment, which can be downloaded from this website.
See: Well-Child Care: A Check-Up for Success on HealthyChildren.org
After Hours Care
Children do not get sick on schedule, which means that you will sometimes need medical advice or treatment outside our regular office hours. If it is a medical emergency that requires immediate attention, call 911. Otherwise, you should always call the office at 734-475-4500 and follow the instructions to either leave a message for non-urgent calls (that will be heard the next time the office opens) or to reach the on call physician. A physician is on call for our practice 24 hours/day 7 days/week.
We offer urgent care hours on Saturday mornings. If you think your child will need to be seen, you can call the office between 8 am and 10 am to schedule an appointment for Saturday morning. Depending on which physician is on call that weekend, clinic hours will be held in either the Chelsea or Ann Arbor office.