Framingham Pediatrics Patient Portal, MyChart, is available to all Framingham Pediatrics patients and their families. If you have an upcoming appointment, we will register you while you are in the office.
If you would like to register now, please click here. Email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or fax (508-820-0864) us the completed form and you will get a registration email. We know the information seems simple, but we are trying to make sure we have correct data in our new electronic health record.
With MyChart, you can:
- have a SINGLE LOGIN for all your children
- complete developmental questionnaires on-line prior to a well visit
- access a patient chart from your computer or smart phone
- received appointment reminders
- request/cancel appointments
- Send non-urgent medical questions to your provider
- attach documents to non-urgent emails
- Request prescription refills
- View lab results
- Pay bills online
- and more
CLICK HERE for information about MyChart and the new PROXY status
Flu Vaccine at Framingham Pediatrics
Our latest supply of flu vaccine has arrived,
so we will restart our regular flu clinic schedule
WEEKDAY flu clinics:
(NOT ON Columbus Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years Day)
AFTERNOON flu clinics:
Friday, October 12th 1:00-4:30
Thursday, October 18th 1:00-4:30
Friday, October 19th 1:00-4:30
Friday, November 2nd 1:00-4:30
WATCH FOR MORE DATES TO FOLLOW
Needles and Shots and Swabs...Oh My!
NEEDLE PHOBIA CLINIC
Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018
cick here for details
Thank you for making us
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Care Physician or Pediatrician, Framingham Care Physician or Pediatrician
FORM COMPLETION POLICY
- We have developed a New Policy (click here) to help facilitate completion of all the forms (health forms, medication notes, asthma action plans and epipen letters) needed for school in the fall. We now require families to submit paperwork at the START of the summer so that your Primary Care Provider can complete all that is needed in a timely fashion.
Center for Disease Control (CDC) has formally accepted the Advisory Committee for Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommendations that children younger than 15 years of age only require two doses of the HPV vaccine to be fully protected.
Click Here for more details.
Common Health Topics:
Click Common Health Topics (or use the link above) to see updated information on a variety of common issues that may affect you or your child.
Does your child have ACNE?
Click here for information on acne.
In addition, talk with your provider about treatment options.
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