Frequently Asked Questions
How much acetaminophen (Tylenol and others) should I give my child when he or she is sick?
How Much ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil, and other generic equivalents) should I give my child when he or she is sick?
How often does my child need to have a check up and what will be done at the visit?
What should I do if my child has ingested a potentially hazardous substance?
Call the Poison Control hotline at 800-222-1222.
What should I do if I have missed a scheduled appointment?
Please call our office at 301-724-7616, or contact us using the Internet Patient Portal, to schedule another appointment.
What is the difference between a physician assistant, a nurse practitioner and a doctor?
Can you tell me how to generally care for my newborn?
Can you tell me about car seats and safety for my child?
How do I prevent sleep problems with my child?
What is SIDS?
Can you provide some general information about your office and immunizations?
Why do your doctors recommend vaccines for children?
Do you have questions about appointments, office visits, telephone calls, and use of the emergency room?