Good Pediatrics

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1961 Floyd Street, Suite A
Sarasota, FL 34239
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3 Year Old


At this visit your child will be weighed and their height will be measured. We will also calculate and plot your child's BMI. (Body Mass Index) Your child will have their blood pressure and vision checked at this visit. We will discuss growth, development, nutrition, and safety as well as perform a complete physical exam and answer any questions you have. You will also have completed an online Ages and Stages and Health Risk questionnaire prior to your visit which will help us identify any problem areas your child may have with their development as well as any exposures your child may be at risk for. These questionnaires are recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics. These forms are available in English and Spanish. The forms may be completed on a computer, IPAD/tablet or a smart phone by accessing our website and clicking on the link to CHADIS. The forms are accessed electronically by Dr. Good. They are scored and a report is generated for her review prior to your arrival. If you do not have access to this technology or have trouble, we will have computers in the waiting room that you may use for this purpose as well as staff to help you. Please come 30 minutes early in this case to be assured you have time to complete the forms accurately and the doctor has the information for review before she sees your child. If your child is overdue for any of the routine childhood vaccines, these vaccines will be administered at this visit. In addition, if your child's well visit falls between September and March and your child is due for the flu vaccine, it will also be recommended at that time as per the CDC and the AAP.

Oral Health Risk Assessment will be performed at this visit. If your child meets the criteria, fluoride varnish will be offered as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatric Dentists to help prevent cavities. 

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