fort wayne pediatrics patient portal

by Cindy Schiller 9 min read
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Why choose Fort Wayne Pediatrics?

It is through the teamwork of this dedicated group of people who call themselves ‘Fort Wayne Pediatrics’ that allows our practice to adapt to your child’s needs. Docs are great.

Where can I get help with setting up the patient portal?

If you need assistance with setting up the Patient Portal, read the Patient Portal User Guide. This guide provides step-by-step instructions paired with visual examples for the following: accessing your account and medical records

Why choose FWP Children's Hospital?

She's sweet, funny, and so patient with my kiddos. - amnbrooks Great staff and doctors. Minimal wait time. Listens carefully to issues. - Jennifer M. FWP provides excellent customer service. They have great hours and their facility has thought of everything to accommodate parents.

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What happens if you miss a no show appointment at Fort Wayne Pediatrics?

If there are 3 no-show or missed appointments in a year, the relationship between Fort Wayne Pediatrics and the patient will be terminated. The patient's caregiver will be sent a notice after the second encounter explaining that another missed/no show will be grounds for dismissal from the practice.

What is a walk in clinic?

Walk-in hours are designed to best address acute illness, an illness with a rapid onset lasting less than 72 hours of duration. Examples include sore throats, earaches, cold symptoms, and fevers. If your child is experiencing a chronic illness, an illness that is persistent longer than 1 week, a recurring illness, or an illness already under management by a primary care physician, your child will be best served by seeing the primary care physician at a scheduled appointment time which allots the appropriate amount of time for the visit. An appointment is not needed to be seen in the walk-in clinic.

Payments

Payment for services rendered and copays are required by your insurance carrier to be paid in full at the time of your visit.

Insurance

Bring a current insurance card for any and all insurances your child has coverage under.

Coronavirus Resources

Fort Wayne Pediatrics recommends our eligible patients receive a COVID-19 vaccination. For those patients 5 years of age and older, the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination is the only option at this time; those patients 18 years of age or older may receive any of the current available options. Please visit here to register for an appointment near you.

COVID-19 Vaccination

Fort Wayne Pediatrics recommends our eligible patients receive a COVID-19 vaccination. For those patients 5 years of age and older, the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination is the only option at this time; those patients 18 years of age or older may receive any of the current available options. Please visit here to register for an appointment near you.

What are the conditions that pediatricians treat?

Conditions treated include: Acid reflux. Allergies. Asthma. Behavioral and emotional disorders.

What is a pediatric cardiologist?

Pediatric Cardiology. A pediatric cardiologist is specially trained to diagnose and treat newborn to 18-year-old patients in need of cardiac care. They treat patients with congenital or acquired cardiac and cardiovascular abnormalities.

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