Vaccination is the single most important opportunity to prevent serious illness in your child, including brain damage and death. Leaving your child unprotected against vaccine-preventable illnesses poses a great risk to his or her health. If you have concerns about childhood vaccines, we would be happy to discuss the risks and benefits of vaccinating versus not vaccinating your child.
If you have chosen not to vaccinate your child, our pediatric practice may not be the right fit for your family. We feel strongly that vaccinating your child is one of the most important things that can be done to safeguard your child's health. Since we will be partners in making sure your children remain healthy, it is important that we have similar philosophies in this regard.
If your child will need medical forms for camp or school, make sure they will have had a well visit within the past year. Well visit appointments fill up months in advance, so make sure you call well in advance to schedule. If your child has had a well visit in the past 12 months, we can complete a form based on the last well visit.
Please give our office 7-10 days to complete these forms. If you require expedited service we may be able to accommodate your request, if your physician is in the office that day. There is a $50 service fee for same day form completion.
Womens & Childrens Hospital of Buffalo
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Health and Wellness Education
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Our office provides behavioral health services, using evidence-based practices in screening for and treating depression, anxiety, and other conditions that can be effectively managed by our providers. If a patient does not respond to our treatment, our providers will direct the patient to the appropriate behavioral health specialist.
Quaker Medical Associates is proudly awarded by the National Committee for Quality Assurance NCQA) as a level three Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH). This certification, the highest awarded by the committee, is an endorsement of our dedication to partnering with our patients in the pursuit of achieving quality medicine. In order to achieve this designation, Quaker Medical Associates demonstrated the ways in which we utilize technology and open communication to provide comprehensive and collaborative clinical care.
As a Patient Centered Medical Home, we partner with our patients in the management of preventative, chronic, and acute matters. This collaborative relationship ensures the highest levels of care, comfort, and satisfaction are achieved.
A Patient-Center Medical Home is a team based model of care led by a personal physician who provides continuous and coordinated care throughout a patient's lifetime to maximize health outcomes. Our PCMH practice is responsible for providing for all of a patient's health care needs or appropriately arranging care with other qualified professionals. It is a model of practice in which a team of health professionals, coordinated by a personal physician, works collaboratively to provide high levels of care, access and communication, care coordination and integration, and care quality and safety.