Please Call Your VIP Children's Clinic Team To Schedule Your Child's Well Visits This Year!


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At VIP Children’s Clinics, we believe knowledge is power and a key to helping your child live a healthy life. Therefore we offer parents a powerful tool — access to key information and links for more data or details. Should you have need additional information or have questions, we are just a phone call away.

VIPCC Information & Printable Forms

Medical Records Release

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Sports Physicals

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VIP Registration Form

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Authorization To Communicate

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Notice of Privacy Practice Aknowledgement

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Patient Portal & Text Message Consent

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Vaccination Policy*

Please download the Vaccination Policy and see below for further information on our policy at VIP Children’s Clinics.

Well Checks

Parents know who to call when their children feel ill, but did you know checking in with a pediatrician is  just as important when children feel great? At VIP Children’s Clinics, we believe well-child care is the  foundation for keeping children healthy. Because childhood is a time of rapid growth and change,  regular well-child visits to the pediatrician are important for your child’s health and well-being. Even if  your child is currently healthy, well-child visits are a good time to talk about ways to improve ongoing  care and even prevent future problems.

The Bright Futures/American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) developed a set of comprehensive health  guidelines for well-child care, known as the “periodicity schedule.” It is a schedule of screenings and assessments recommended at each well-child visit from infancy through adolescence. 

Benefits of Well-Child Visits 

  • Prevention. Your child gets scheduled immunizations to prevent illness. You also can ask your  pediatrician about nutrition and safety in the home and at school.  
  • Tracking growth & development. See how much your child has grown in the time since your last  visit, and talk with your doctor about your child’s development. You can discuss your child’s  milestones, social behaviors and learning.  
  • Raising any concerns. Make a list of topics you want to talk about with your child’s pediatrician  such as development, behavior, sleep, eating or getting along with other family members. Bring  your top three to five questions or concerns with you to talk with your pediatrician at the start of the visit.  
  • Team approach. Regular visits create strong, trustworthy relationships among pediatrician,  parent and child. The AAP recommends well-child visits as a way for pediatricians and parents to  serve the needs of children. This team approach helps develop optimal physical, mental and  social health of a child. 

If your child is due for an annual exam or another type of visit, contact us today at one of our eight  locations to schedule an appointment.

*Vaccination Policy

The pediatricians at VIP Children’s Clinics have recently reviewed our approach to vaccinations in our practice. As medical professionals, we feel very strongly that vaccinating children on schedule with currently available vaccines is absolutely the right thing to do for all children and young adults. Unfortunately, in the past several years we have watched as there has been a steady increase in the number of parents choosing not to vaccinate, to follow their own schedule, and/or delay vaccination. At the same time, we have seen pockets of increased vaccine-preventable diseases in the United States. 

Resources By Age

If you’re expecting or new to parenthood, the What to Expect series, is useful for expecting parents and those with newborns. Also for newborns, we recommend visiting the AAP Parenting Center for up to date information regarding your newborn’s health, safety and growth.

 For adolescents, we recommend visiting this website with your teenager for help on teenage issues.


Looking for more information about a specific child or adolescent health issue that does not appear above? Try the American Academy of Pediatrics page at, a resource for parents that addresses over 900 pediatric issues.