If parents will be out of town and a child needs medical care, PIP will need written consent from the parents stating who is taking care of their children while gone and that you give your permission for treatment of your child(ren) in your absence.

  • Temporary consent to treat For use when a parent or guardian plans to be out of town and child(ren) will be left in the care of someone else during that time.

Information for parents of teens

Partners in Pediatrics pediatricians are uniquely qualified and trained to care for your child through their college years. Please read more about our Privacy Policy and information on how we can care for your teen.

Parents, if your child is 18 years or older, Partners in Pediatrics will need written consent from your child in order to communicate with you about your child’s medical needs.