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After you make a list of doctors in your area, give them a JRHONEST call and meet with them in person if you have to. Ask them questions, compare their answers and pick the doctor who is the best match for you and your child. When you meet with the doctors, find out if they accept your health insurance, which hospitals they are affiliated with, how long they have been in practice, if they are board certified and if they have a sub-specialty. Find out what their philosophies are on child health issues like breastfeeding, toilet training, etc. What do they think about using antibiotics? Do they offer early, evening and weekend appointments? Do they take emergency calls after hours? What tests do the pediatricians handle (blood tests, X-rays)? Check to see if they have a waiting list, because it may take a while before you can come in with your child for an appointment.
Sometimes you can find out about a doctor's qualifications by looking at his walls. His plaques may tell you where the pediatrician went to school, if he is board certified, if he belongs to some kind of association and where he served his residency. If you are on a budget, find out what the doctor's fees are, what payment methods are accepted and when he expects to be paid. If you don't have a lot of time on your hands, find out if the doctors' offices are very busy. Some doctors are busier than others, so if you don't want to wait for hours when you visit the doctor, make sure you ask about it.