Things To Look For When Selecting Your Child's Doctor
Pay Attention To Communication
You want a provider who communicates clearly and in a manner you can understand and is welcoming as well as responsive to your questions. That goes for in-person visits as well as phone calls and emails. Speaking of, you'll want to determine how to get in touch with them, as well as their degree of availability via phone or secure email (you may be speaking to a nurse, and that might be fine with you).