Our office is open and continuing to serve patients with changes and modifications effective in 2021. New patients are accepted on a on a case by case basis. We are currently unable to accept any new patients over 12 years of age. If you are a potential new patient the first step is to fill out the new patient forms (green button upper right hand corner of this website). The new patient forms start the process and we will contact you once they are received. Any new patient should be aware we are a fee for service practice we do not accept any health insurances.
We use a combination of in person and Telehealth visits. Determining which type of visit is best for you will be based on our assessment of your needs in addition to your preferences. Once you have submitted the online New Patient Forms we will contact you to schedule, or let you know the type of referral we feel is needed if we are not the appropriate office for your concerns. If your visit is via Telehealth, to make the most of your remote visit, please read this Telehealth Visit Guide . The key to a successful evaluation is your flexibility, preparation, and active participation during the appointment. We continue to provide the same level of service and commitment to our families they have received for years whether in person or via Telehealth.
Existing patients will continue to be treated until age 18 and we offer ongoing Telehealth for all follow ups. Below is our telehealth link. You can use it on any device. The same link can be used by multiple parties from different locations for the visit.
Telehealth Link – https://doxy.me/draronsonramos
Covid 19 Guidance for Parents
- Child Trends: Resources for Supporting Children’s Emotional Well-being during the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Common Sense Media: Resources for Families During the Coronavirus Pandemic
- Early Learning Nation: A Parent’s Guide to Surviving COVID-19: 8 Strategies to Keep Children Healthy and Happy
- Harvard Graduate School of Education: Helping Children Cope with Coronavirus and uncertainty
- National Association of School Psychologists: Talking to Children About COVID-19 (Coronavirus): A Parent Resource
- ZERO to THREE: Tips for Families: Coronavirus
FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS AND OTHER SPECIAL NEEDS
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS
Covid-19 Call Center 24/7 (866) 779-6121 or email COVIDemail@example.com
Domestic Violence 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE)
211 from any county in Florida for help with resources
Judith Aronson-Ramos, M.D., is a Board Certified Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrician. Her medical practice is devoted exclusively to the evaluation and treatment of pediatric patients with challenges in learning, behavior, development, and social-emotional functioning. Dr. Aronson-Ramos has been in practice for over 27 years and is acutely aware of the need for individualized and comprehensive care for children and families provided in a supportive and compassionate setting.
During your consultation if a definitive diagnosis is not evident, Dr Aronson-Ramos will focus on addressing the specific areas of need. Treatment supersedes finding the perfect diagnostic “fit”. If an individual has recently completed a comprehensive diagnostic evaluation, she will focus on maintaining effective treatment, follow up care, and when indicated, re-evaluation. You will be provided specific recommendations and resources at each visit. The goal is for families and the patient, to be empowered from the moment they leave the office. To contact us to see if we are the appropriate fit for your child’s needs please feel free to call or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. New patients are required to complete new patient forms and are required to undergo further screening to schedule the initial evaluation and determine if we are the right fit for you and your child.
Dr. Aronson-Ramos will not replace your general pediatrician or primary care physician. She is a Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrician which is a sub-specialist. Additionally, there are cases when referral to a different sub specialist (psychiatrist, neurologist, etc.) is the indicated course of action and in these circumstances we will assist to make sure the referral is timely and specific. Though we appreciate you may feel our office is optimal for you and your child, if it is not be the correct clinical setting we will let you know and refer you to the appropriate physician.
We are a fee for service medical practice and do not accept health insurance. To obtain reimbursement from your health insurance you will need out of network benefits and to submit the claim yourself. We will provide you with an invoice which contains billable medical codes that you can use to submit your claim to your private health plan. This does not apply to Medicaid and other government insurances. A Health Savings Account, Gardiner Scholarship, or designated medical savings account may be used pay for your visit as well as cash, check or credit card. Our fees and this policy are explained in detail under the SERVICES tab. We are mindful of the escalating costs of health care and the burden on families. Our fees are slightly below the standard for the local private pay medical community. We provide you with the highest level of service possible in exchange for entrusting your child’s care with our practice . We recommend you view the RESOURCES tab and check listing for publicly funded local services and supports if you are unable to be a part of our practice.
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