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Our practice works together to build life-long relationships between our staff and our patients by consistently treating families with compassion and maintaining excellence in clinical care.

New Patient:

To fulfill our mission, we are committed to:

Improving the lives of the children we serve by providing quality care in a patient-centered medical home.

Listening to our young patients and their families whom we are privileged to serve.

Guiding our patients along a path of optimal health and wellness. Continually pursuing excellence at all levels through continuing education.

> New Patient Forms

New Patient Checklist:

  • Choose a Primary Care Physician (PCP) for your child: Read about our providers and choose a PCP for your child.
  • Insurance Information: Review the list of accepted insurances on our billing page. Once you have determined if your insurance is in network, have your member ID, group number if applicable, subscriber name and date of birth.
  • Legal guardian demographics: Name, date of birth, address and phone numbers.
  • Release Forms: Complete and sign a release form to have your previous medical records sent to our office. Options for obtaining a release form are:

    1. Obtain the release through your previous practice.
    2. From our website, Click here to print the form.
    3. Call 502-935-5633 or Email Us to request a release form be sent to you via mail or email.

    Now we are ready to schedule your first appointment!

Expecting a baby?

Congratulations! Having a baby is one of the most special, rewarding times of your life. The following information will help you as you prepare for the exciting arrival of your baby:

1. Complimentary prenatal appointments. This is a great opportunity for expectant parents to meet our providers, discuss any questions or concerns they may have and take a brief tour of our office. To setup an appointment, call us at 502-935-5633 

2. Inform the hospital of your choosing. Please inform the hospital of your choosing that you have chosen Louisville Pediatric Specialists as your child’s pediatrician, and you would like one of our providers to admit your baby. The hospital will notify our office of your baby’s birth and the provider you select will visit you and examine your newborn in the hospital.

3. When should I schedule my baby’s first appointment? We see your family 1-3 days after being discharged from the hospital. You can call our office at 502-935-5633 to schedule your first appointment.

4. When will my baby receive vaccines? Louisville Pediatric Specialists firmly believe that vaccinating children and young adults may be the single most important health- promoting intervention we perform as healthcare providers. We follow the immunization schedule recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Have more questions? Please contact us at 502-935-5633


Our pediatric practice offers the highest quality of care in the following areas:

A well-child visit is a chance to get regular updates about your child’s health and development. Your health care team will take measurements, conduct a head-to-toe examination, update immunizations, and offer you a chance to talk with your health care professional.

A well-child visit includes 4 specific activities:

1. Determining whether your child has any health concerns
2. Offering ways to keep your child from developing health concerns
3. Providing support for your child’s overall health and well-being
4. Talking through health information and offering advice by focusing on each activity, your health care professional offers you tools and information that you can use to support your child’s development

CPS requires all student athletes participating in middle and high school events to have a completed and up-to-date sports physical. The Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA) includes both Middle School (MS01) and High School (GE04) physical forms. You can also go to the KHSAA website and search for forms. Parents also must complete the Parent Concussion Signature Sheet. Please bring a copy of this form to your appointment.

All acute illness visits are given same day appointments; we will try our best to get in you for the day and time requested.

We can see your child for a variety of issues including behavioral/ mental health issues, sports injuries, lacerations, wart removal and pre-operative visits.  Please call our office for more information.

Need a refill of meds?
Controlled substances, including stimulants for ADHD, can only be prescribed 1 month at a time, so parents do need to request refills monthly. Consult Visits must occur every 3 months to receive a refill. Allow 2 business days for us to complete this refill request.