Check list for new patients

Please remember to bring to the first office visit the following items:

  • Insurance card.  Temporary ID cards are usually not sufficient because they do not have all the information needed to process your claims.
  • Drivers License or other picture ID with current home address, of the person responsible for the care of the child.  It the ID’s address is nor current please bring proof of current address (ie: utility bill)
  • Medical Records.  Any old medical records from former doctors.
  • Any Letter/Correspondence From Your Insurance Company that may help to determine your type of coverage
  • If your child is a NEWBORN, please remember to contact your insurance company and Human Resources Department of your employer to notify them of the baby’s birth. Some insurance companies may also require that you select a primary care doctor for your baby. In such cases please provide them with our name “White Oak Pediatrics” orDr. Giovanni Impeduglia”.
  • Children In Foster Care:  We need Guardianship papers from the Social Services and any court papers.

 

Please remember to bring at the first office visit the following items:

  • Insurance card.  Temporary ID cards are usually not sufficient because they do not have all the information needed to process your claims. If the card is not available you must have your baby’s insurance ID number or your baby Social Security Number.
  • Drivers License or other picture ID with current home address, of the person responsible for the care of the child. It the ID’s address is nor current please bring proof of current address (ie: utility bill)
  • Medical Records:  Any old medical records from former doctors.
  • If your child is a NEWBORN, please remember to contact your insurance company (Priority Partners) to notify them of the baby’s birth. You must also inform them that “White Oak Pediatrics” or Dr. Giovanni Impeduglia will be the baby’s primary care doctor.
  • Contact your social worker and Medical Assistance to notify them of your baby‘ birth.
  • Children In Foster Care:  We need Guardianship papers from Social Services and any court papers.