Patient Portal

Contact our office for your secure login to be able to send messages to our staff, request appointments, prescription refills, forms, and immunization records.


Please allow 24 hours for your request to be completed. Some prescriptions must be in  writing such as ADD medication and are not allowed by law to be called into a pharmacy. They must be provided to the pharmacy in a printed form. You may log into the patient portal and view the medication tab to see when it is ready for pickup. Please note, we do not refill medications after hours (request before 4:30 during our office hours).


Our practice sees patients on an appointment only basis. Since we share your interest and concern in getting a sick child seen, we ask for you to call or log into the portal during early office hours and we will make every effort to offer you an appointment with a Provider on that day. Well child appointments typically require advance planning of three to four weeks. We will make every effort for your child to see their primary care physician for scheduled well child visits.

If your child has a non-life threatening injury to include a possible broken bone or may require sutures, we encourage you to call us immediately and tell our staff you have an emergency. We can provide medical advice on bringing them directly to the office or recommending emergency room care. If your child is having difficulty breathing, please call the office and we will advise you on coming to the office for care. With difficulty breathing and a history of breathing problems, please call as soon as you realize there is a problem.


If you are a new patient, please fill out the following forms and bring them with you to your first appointment.


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2416 Capstone Court
Columbus, GA 31909

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