*Brookville is currently CLOSED to new adult patients*

Insurance Participation

Aetna

Blue Care Network

Blue Cross Blue Shield (PPO, Traditional, MESSA, POS)

Cigna (all products except HMO and Great West Healthcare)

IBA

Physicians Care/ASR

Cofinity PPOM

Preferred Choices

Priority Health (Not Medicaid or MIchild)

United Health Care


We are not participating with Medicare and we are closed to Medicaid and MIChild.


Flexible Spending Account Prescriptions

A patient requiring a prescription for an over-the-counter medication will need to provide the office with 72 hours notice, as with all other prescriptions. These prescriptions cannot be pre- or post-dated. Prescriptions will need to be picked up in the office. They will not be mailed out.

 

Immunizations

The physicians of Brookville Pediatric and Internal Medicine firmly believe in the safety and effectiveness of vaccines to prevent serious illness and to save lives. We believe that all children and young adults should receive the recommended vaccines on time and accordance with the schedule published by the CDC and the American Academy of Pediatrics. To ensure the best care and to protect all patients from vaccine-preventable illnesses, we require full immunizations, on time for children seen in our office. New patients who are not up-to-date on their immunizations will be provided with a schedule to get the vaccinations caught up, as part of our care.

 

Physical Examinations

To ensure the health and well-being of our patients, the physicians at Brookville Pediatric and Internal Medicine have created a schedule for physical exams. Infants should be seen for an initial newborn visit when they are a couple days old and then again at two weeks old if deemed necessary by the physician. After that, the schedule for visits is: 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 9 months, 12 months, 15 months, 18 months and 2 years of age.

 

Children from 2 and up are seen yearly for physical exams to ensure proper growth and development and attainment of appropriate milestones*.

 

Adults should have yearly physical examinations with their primary care provider.

 

*Those individuals with ongoing issues and concerns such as asthma, diabetes, or ADD/ADHD may need to be seen every six months for monitoring of medications and to ensure optimal health.