To schedule an initial evaluation new patients need to call the office. Initial visits cannot be scheduled on line.You will be asked to complete the new patient forms and extended intake forms before an appointment can be scheduled.
Though we understand unforeseen events occur, we expect to be notified if you have to cancel or change an appointment. We strive to be as flexible as possible in meeting your scheduling needs. You are financially responsible for confirmed appointments and cancellation fees apply for missed appointments. If there is an emergency situation we are always willing to consider each case individually. We appreciate your understanding in this matter.
We recommend scheduling office visits well in advance if you prefer after school hours. Please note email is for non-urgent communications only, if you need to cancel or change your appointment you can do so online but please confirm cancellations with the office by phone. For more information about office email policies please view the Contact section on the website.
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PLEASE NOTE: The hours listed above are times office staff are available, patient visit times vary. Calls outside of regular staff hours will be returned the next business day. For urgent matters when the office is closed please call 561-901-3965, for emergencies call 911 immediately or go to your nearest emergency room. Please note the office is closed for all major Federal Holidays.
All phone calls will be returned within one business day. Messages left after hours Thursday and on Friday will be returned on the following Monday or the next day the office is open. Should there be an emergency during or after office hours please call 911 immediately or proceed to your nearest emergency room. Do not delay immediate medical attention when this is necessary. Should there be an urgent need to contact Dr. Aronson-Ramos after hours you can reach her at 561-901-3965.
Medication refills require 48 hours notice. The specific procedures for medication refills will be discussed during your office visit and vary based on individual clinical needs. Each case is truly different. However, be aware our office is fully electronic and all medications are prescribed electronically. This includes controlled substances which previously required a handwritten prescription. Be mindful that regular follow up visits are required for medication refills from your office. For stimulants this means an office visit approximately every 3- 4 months. This is the current standard of care and we encourage scheduling your follow ups when you leave the office at the end of each visit to avoid problems with obtaining medication refills. In situations where medication has been stabilized and sub specialty care is no longer needed you will be referred back to your primary care physician for refills and follow up.