East Brunswick 732-257-4330
Manalapan 732-972-6888
Monroe Township 609-366-1500
Mid-Jersey Pediatrics, P.A.

Appointments

To Schedule an Appointment

You can simply call our East Brunswick office. For well child appointments, we ask that you call after 11:00 p.m. This allows our triage staff to handle the high volume of calls for sick patients that is typical each morning. When you call for a sick appointment, our triage nurses will ask a number of questions in order to determine the severity of your child’s illness and the appropriate type of appointment to make. We will not deny a patient an appointment, however there are times when it is suggested that more time be given for symptoms to evolve or improve. In the event that you believe your child should be seen regardless of the nurses' advice, simply thank them for their time and let them know that you would be more comfortable with your child being evaluated today and an appointment will be scheduled.

Missed Appointments

It is our goal to accommodate any child that requires medical attention. This at times can be difficult due to scheduling. We ask at all parents please notify our office as early as possible if you need to cancel an appointment. If a scheduled appointment is missed, you will be billed $35.00 for each offense. By canceling the appointment in a timely fashion you create an opportunity for another child to be seen. We thank you in a advance for your cooperation.

Late For An Appointment

The practitioners of Mid-Jersey Pediatrics make every attempt to maintain a timely schedule. This is not always possible. We believe that it is of the utmost importance to give our full attention to each patient and family and assure that all questions and concerns are addressed. This may sometimes cause a slight delay. In trying to maintain our schedule, some difficulty may arise when a patient arrives late. We understand that the reasons may be numerous. Again we ask for the courtesy of calling our office, notifying us that there is a delay and providing an approximate time of arrival. If you will be more than 30 minutes late for your scheduled well-child appointment, your practitioner will be informed and he/she will determine whether it is better to have the appointment rescheduled for later the same day or for another day.