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It is Ohio law that any child who goes into Hamilton County custody be seen for his or her initial and 30-day evaluations. The clinic was started so that any child going into Hamilton County custody will come to a centralized location and we can gather medical records. Our goal is for the children to get the best medical care possible.
The nurse will no longer visit your home. The children who are placed into your care will have to be brought in for their initial evaluation within the first five business days of being placed in your home, which is typically when the nurse would have come.
No, the clinic will not replace your current primary medical doctor. We will send the doctor of your choice any records from our clinic.
No, we have all of the paperwork to complete for the county. We will fax that information to the appropriate agency.
There are two required visits: an initial evaluation and a 30-day evaluation.
No, we will see the child only for his or her initial and 30-day evaluations. Afterward, any well-child check or sick visits will be at the doctor’s office of your choice.
Yes, at each visit we will check to see if the child needs any immunizations and we will update them.
No payment is due for this appointment. If you have the child’s Medicaid card, bring that to the appointment.
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