Your Partners in Parenting

New Patients

Thank you for choosing Pensacola Pediatrics as your child's medical home, where we always provide a comfortable, caring environment so our patients and their families can feel at ease. We've included helpful items on this page to ensure you and your child's first trip to our office is productive, stress-free and enjoyable.

Our compassionate city pediatricians do whatever it takes to make every visit to our office a pleasant, relaxed experience. With all of the important information about our practice available on our website, you can feel confident that you and our child are well-prepared for your first appointment. We also invite you to review our team page in order to get to know our doctors and staff. We look forward to meeting you.

Our Mission

The mission of Pensacola Pediatrics is to provide excellent medical care to our patients and their families, in a caring and compassionate environment where service is accomplished through industry, teamwork, and respect for others.

If you're preparing for your child's first visit, you can do a few things to help expedite the appointment. Please provide the following information when you arrive for your visit:

  • Insurance cards
  • Complete immunization records
  • Medical records from your previous pediatrician

Patient Forms

We are happy to provide our office forms for convenient download on your home computer. Please print and complete the forms below, and bring them with you to your child's first appointment. Questions about which forms you need? Please call our office and our courteous staff will assist you in preparing for your child's first visit.

Additional forms can be found by clicking here.

In order to view or print these forms, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed. Click here to download it.

Cancellation and Missed Appointments Policy

We want to provide the best care for all of our patients. To do that we want to see every person we can at a day and time that is acceptable to them.

We understand that there are times when you must miss an appointment due to emergencies or surprise obligations for work or family. However, when you do not call in a timely manner to cancel an appointment, you may be delaying another child from getting much-needed care. Conversely, when another patient fails to cancel timely we may be unable to schedule your child for care.

Your child’s appointment will be considered “Missed”, if:

A Well-Child / Physical appointment is not canceled at least a full 48 weekday hours (Monday through Friday day) in advance

- or if -

A Sick Appointment is not canceled at least a full 2 weekday hours (Monday through Friday day) in advance or the child is directed by us to another place of care.  

If appointments are “Missed” three times, we will need to end our relationship. 

Why: if we do not have your cooperation in providing your child with consistent reliable care, we believe that some other setting or physician may be more suitable for her/him.  This is such an important issue that most insurance companies track the child’s care and require us to provide information regarding the child’s health status.  As a result, if we end our relationship, we may inform your child’s insurance company of the termination.