Attending a prenatal meet and greet before the birth of your baby allows you to build a trusting relationship with your child’s future health care providers. At Nevada Pediatric Specialists in Las Vegas and Henderson, Nevada, the board-certified team offers prenatal meet and greets for expecting parents who want to learn more about the practice and their child’s future care. To book your prenatal meet and greet, call either office location, or use the online scheduling tool today.
A prenatal meet and greet is a visit to the Nevada Pediatric Specialists office that you can schedule prior to giving birth.
If you or your partner is currently pregnant, attending a prenatal meet and greet allows you to explore Nevada Pediatric Specialists as a potential medical provider for your future child. You can meet and get to know the team, view the facilities, and establish a trusting relationship with the clinic before your child arrives.
Before coming in, you should contact Nevada Pediatric Specialists to schedule your prenatal meet and greet visit. That way, the team is prepared for your arrival and can dedicate the time you deserve to show you around.
You should bring a list of questions and concerns you would like to address. It is important to make sure you leave with all of the information you need to make an informed decision about your child’s future medical care.
When you arrive at the office for your prenatal meet and greet, the friendly staff welcomes you right away. The meet and greet begins with a comprehensive tour of the office and all of the facilities. During your tour, the team details the services available at the office that may one day benefit your child’s health. They include:
During your visit, you also meet the pediatricians and nurse practitioners who might provide care to your child. The team can answer all of your questions about the clinic itself and first-year care for your baby.
If this is your first child, you likely have many questions about the care they need at home and from pediatric specialists.
Asking plenty of questions about the office and the services your child needs can help you feel more confident about your decision to use Nevada Pediatric Specialists as your baby’s primary care provider.
A few questions to consider asking are:
The team is happy to answer all of your questions, no matter how many you have. It is important to note that Nevada Pediatric Specialists only accepts patients who vaccinate their children.
If you are expecting, do not hesitate to call Nevada Pediatric Specialists, or book a visit online, for a prenatal meet and greet today.