Infants' & Children's Clinic, P.C. Reviews (1)
My daughter, [redacted] who turned 18, and was getting ready for college last year, was required by the University to get a physical which included, blood tests, tests for TB and a variety of other things. I sent her to the local general practitioner to get those things done. Later I realized that they also needed her immunization record. Since she had most of her immunizations at Infants and Childrens, I called and asked if she could pick up a copy of her immunization record. At that time, they told me that her record was not up to date and she would need two or three more shots before it would be. So, I made an appointment with the nurse for her to go and get the shots so that her immunization record is up to date, in order to have everything in order for her admission by the University. Later, I received a bill from Infants and Children's for $99.00. After talking to the Clinic (Infants & Children's) and my insurance company, I was told the reason that my insurance company would not pay the $99.00 is because it was for a physical and my daughter had just had a physical by the local doctor I mentioned earlier. I was not told that a physical was required in order to get the remaining shots or boosters needed to update my daughter's immunization record. Had I been told that when I made the appointment, I would have acted accordingly or at least I would have been aware of the fact that they required a physical and I would expect to pay had I knowingly sent her there regardless. But the fact is that I only expected that they would give my daughter the shots that she was due to have.