Welcome New Patients
Notice to New Patients
We have received an overwhelming response to our new practice resulting in a high volume of phone calls. We are working diligently to get appointments scheduled. Please be sure to complete the steps below and we will get back to you as soon as possible. We appreciate your patience and look forward to serving you!
Welcome to Oso Pediatrics! Thank you for entrusting us with the care of your children.
We are looking forward to welcoming you to our new office. Even though we may have seen you in our old office, we won’t have access to your registration information or your child’s medical record. In an effort to make this transition as seamless as possible please follow these steps:
Choose a Pediatrician (Optional)
Each of our physicians are board-certified and provide personalized care in a warm and friendly environment. Every one of our pediatricians and pediatric nurses has received extensive education, training, and experience in caring for children.
Step 1: Request Records from Previous Pediatrician
Typically, there is a request form found on your previous office’s website. If not found online, please call your previous pediatrician for records request steps.
Step 2: Pre-Register
For the fastest service, please review and complete the following forms so we can get you registered with our practice.
Step 3: Verify Insurance and Make an Appointment
We accept most PPO and some HMO plans. Contact your insurance company to ensure that our practice is within your network. If you require assistance to verify coverage, let the person making the appointment know. We will confirm that we accept your insurance and verify your coverage prior to your visit.
Step 4: Patient Portal and MyCHOC App
The CHOC Link patient portal and MyCHOC app provide a secure place to manage your child’s appointments, health information and much more.
Privacy Practices and Medical Record Request Forms
CHOC is committed to respecting patient privacy and protecting patient health information. The Notice of Privacy Practices describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information. You may also request a copy of your medical records.