How to Transfer Medical Records
Please fax or mail a letter with your child's name, date of birth and name of practice transferring records to or log onto the Patient Portal and complete a Record Release Form. Please include a telephone number where the office will call when the records are ready to advise you of the service fee. Once payment is received you can pick up the records directly from our office.
To download our Record Release Form, click here
Transition to Adult Care
As you transition your care from Meadowbrook Pediatrics, P.C. to adult medicine, we recommend the following:
Make sure you are up to date with your wellness visit. Ask for a copy of your most recent physical and immunization history for your records.
If you require ongoing prescriptions or specialty care, plan ahead so you will not risk running out of medication and you will maintain the best possible health during this transition time. If you are moving or going away to college, we recommend you identify pharmacies in advance.
If you need assistance finding an adult doctor, call your insurance company for a list of participating providers in your area. You can ask our doctors for a recommendation. We will prepare your complete medical record for you to take to your new doctor. To do this, please sign a release form at our office. In addition, for our patients who have complex medical needs, we will call your new doctor to facilitate the transition.
Understanding your insurance coverage:
Find out what type of insurance policy you have.
Will the insurance you have had in the past work if you go away to school in another state? Is there an age limit on your coverage?
Can you go to a doctor of your choice?
What out-of-pocket expenses (not paid by your insurance) will there be?
Is there a health care facility nearby or on campus, such as a student health clinic? Do you know their hours? (Are they open in the evening, weekends, or holidays?) What do you do if you are sick or injured and cannot wait until they are open?
What hospital in the area is on your insurance plan (in case of an emergency)?
We see patients up to the age of 18, so it is very important for you to find a primary care doctor in your area for your health care needs. In order to make this transition easier, we recommend that you find a health care provider who participates with your insurance plan and can meet your medical needs. We thank you for your trust in us and wish you the best in your future.
Vera Frumin, M.D. Theresa Becker, M.D. Elizabeth Godfrey, M.D. Liji Daniel, M.D. Colleen Benjamin, D.O. Lynn Bibolet, CRNP