IT'S NOT TOO EARLY FOR SCHOOL AND SPORTS PHYSICALS
MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY!!
- Does your child need a physical before the start of the school year?
- Does your child's school require a recent physical to participate in sports?
- Are your child's immunizations up-to-date?
Call our office to make an appointment for your child's school/sports physical. We are scheduling appoinments, so don't get caught without yours. Call today to ensure you get your desired appointment time!
If your school or team require a recent physical to participate don’t let your child miss a tryout or practice because their physicial is not up to date. Don't entrust your child's well being to an unknown practioner that does not know their history.
If your child has had a physical in our office within the last year we can conduct a sports physical at a reduced rate. Call our office for more information.
DID YOU SWITCH TO AN HMO?
PLEASE BE SURE TO SELECT US AS YOUR DOCTORS PRIOR TO YOUR APPOINTMENT.
We will not able able to see you if we are not listed as your primary care physician. Call your insurance company to verify this.
Also, HMO's generally require a referral from the Doctor prior to seeing a specialist. Referrals take 7-10 days to process, so please call our office BEFORE you make an appointment to see a specialist. Find out more under Referrals on the Our Practice Tab.
We accept most major insurances, please check with your insurance company directly to ensure that we participate with your specific plan. Each insurance company offer many different plans.
We participate with the following insurance plans:
Blue Cross Blue Shield:
- All States
- All Plans except BC COMPLETE
Blue Care Network:
- All Plans
- except DETROIT HMO
- except COMMUNITY PLAN (MEDICAID)
Health Plus (MI CHILD)
Priority Health PPO & HMO
Beaumont Insurance (BHP)
- We do not accept MEDICAID HMO HEALTH PLANS
Not all Insurance Plans are listed.
If you do not see yours listed please call our office at (248) 817-2230
to verify that we accept your insurance.
July Monthly Health Tip:
Leave Fireworks to Professionals
Fireworks-related injuries are most common on July 4 and New Year’s Eve. However, during the month of July it is not uncommon to hear fireworks being set off nightly-even though most city ordinaces do not allow it. Fireworks can cause death and injury, including burns, contusions, lacerations, and foreign objects in the eye. If you choose to use fireworks or are merely a bystander, make the choice to protect yourself and your family from fireworks injuries.
- Never allow young children to play with or ignite fireworks.
- Always have an adult supervise fireworks activities.
- Avoid buying fireworks packaged in brown paper, which often means they were made for professional displays and could be dangerous for consumers.
- Make sure you, your kids, and others watch fireworks displays from a safe distance.
- Call 911 immediately if someone is injured from fireworks.