New Patients


Thank you for choosing Primary Care Pediatrics and Family Medicine, P.C.

Please fill New Patient forms and fax them back or drop them by our office at your convenience. Once we have received the completed paperwork, we will request patient’s records from his/her previous provider. Please note, by law, offices have up to 30 days to send medical records. As soon as we receive those records and create a chart, we will contact you to let you know we can begin scheduling appointments. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call our office at 256-262-1040.

To expedite registration, you may enroll your family in our patient portal and complete all needed registration paperwork before your visit.  This is helpful even for same-day appointments.

To your first appointment, please bring:

  • Parents or legal guardian current photo ID
    – A current insurance card
    – An updated vaccine record and
    – Medical record from your previous doctor or Newborn discharge summary
  • Copay or co-insurance as indicated by your insurance policy


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Insurances


Insurance Eligibility will be checked before and at each visit.Each insurance plan is unique. Many plans have limits and/or exclusions that apply to your child’s medical care. We recommend that you check with your particular plan in advance to find out what services are covered and how much they will reimburse you for medical expenses. It is part of your contractual obligation with your insurance plan to present a CURRENT insurance card at each visit.  This allows our office to submit claims correctly to your insurance plan.

We participate with the following insurance plans:

  • Aetna
  • ALL Kids
  • BCBS
  • Cigna
  • Alabama Medicaid
  • Humana

Understanding your insurance plan (PDF)

If you don’t see your insurance carrier listed, please contact our office for more information.


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