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Other common names: Aderan, Ectiva, Meridia, Raductil, Reductil, Sibutral, Sibutramina, Sibutraminum, Sibutramine (generic name).
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Children: Tips for Choosing a Pediatrician
Medical Author: Melissa Conrad Stöppler, MD
Medical Editor: Jay W. Marks, MD
The following questions and points to consider can help guide your selection of a pediatrician:
- What is the provider's educational background? Children's doctors may have specialized training in pediatrics or family medicine. Pediatricians have completed specialized training in pediatrics following graduation from medical school, while family physicians have experience and training in treating all family members for routine illnesses, preventive medicine, and checkups. Almost all practicing physicians in the U.S. are board certified, meaning they have passed a proficiency examination in their field of training. They may be certified in either pediatrics or family medicine.
- Is the doctor in good standing? A Web site run by administrators of several state medical licensure boards known as Administrators in Medicine can provide information about disciplinary actions taken or criminal charges filed against physicians in some states. Individual state medical licensing agencies also have Web sites that will be able to give you more information about how to determine whether a doctor is in good standing in his/her state of practice.
- How do other families feel about dealing with this pediatrician or practice? Try to talk to several families who have experience with any pediatrician you are considering.
- Where is the practice located? Does the practice have multiple offices? You may want to consider your priorities when choosing a practice location. Should the office be close to home, work, or school? Is it easy to park and enter the office, even with an ill baby or young child?
- What is the policy of the practice regarding appointments? Talk to other families who have experience with the practice or try to speak with families in the waiting room. How long must you wait for an appointment for routine examinations? Is ample time allocated for same-day visits in the case of acute illnesses? How long are typical waiting times before you are seen by a doctor? Some pediatric practices offer walk-in services as well as appointments. Read entire article...
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