Good-bye, Dr. Chambers!
11 We are sorry to bid farewell to Dr. Chambers as he transitions to his new role at UCLA Health as of 12/1/18. We enjoy all of our patients, but if you prefer to follow Dr. Chambers to UCLA Health, please call them at 805.557.7187 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Chambers and begin the process of transferring your child’s records.
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As of June 1, 2013, if you need a refill for a medication after hours, your account will be charged $10. While we in no way want your child to be without the medication that they need, we also incur a cost every time that there is a need to call our service (more than the $10) after hours. Often being able to call in a medication results in not needing an office visit, either with us, After Hours Pediatrics, or the ER. We hope you understand the need to share the cost of this service.
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Changes to Flexible Spending Accounts for 2011: writing prescriptions for non-prescription drugs :(
We, the physicians of Los Robles Pediatric Medical Group, are unfortunately unable to write prescriptions for non-prescription drugs simply because we do not have enough time. We try at all times to be helpful to our patients, but our time is best spent caring for their health and well-being. If we were to write prescriptions for formulas, soaps and shampoos, cold medicines, allergy medicines, skin creams, lotions, and ointments, pain and fever medicines, and all the other over the counter products available on drugstore or grocery store shelves, while calculating and writing the proper dose of each for each child, we would not have sufficient time to care for our patients.
By definition, a non-prescription drug does not require a prescription. Accordingly, we will not be providing these prescriptions.
We hope you understand our dilemma.