1115 Blanton Dr, Sevierville, TN 37862 865-453-4434 Sevier County
Boys and Girls Pediatrics (Sevierville) provides newborn care, well-child exams, immunizations and sick visits. We have an on-site lab. We provide care you can count on from infancy through age 17. We see patients from the Sevier County area and surrounding counties. We provide 24-hour on call coverage. We arrange free prenatal visits for expectant mothers. Tourists are welcome and most insurance is accepted. Boys and Girls Pediatrics (Sevierville) is affiliated with East Tennessee Children's Hospital.
This practice works by appointment We see patients from birth up to the age of 17 years old. When calling for an appointment, please give the receptionist your child's proper name, date of birth, who will bring child in for visit (per HTPAA regulations), insurance name, and telephone number(s). If you have more than one child being seen, please schedule an appointment for each child that needs to be seen, so we can allow enough time for the visit. Please call several weeks in advance for well child check-ups and visits for complaints lasting longer than 4 weeks.
We ask for a 2-hour notice on all cancellations for sick visits (as time permits) and a 24-hour notice on all cancellations for well check up visits. You will be called or notified in writing of missed appointments that are not cancelled. After 3 missed appointments, without cancellation on your part, you will be asked to find other pediatric care for your child.
Payment is due at time of service. All private pay, third party co-pays and deductibles are due at time of service. We can accept cash, check or select credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, and Discover, only). We will need a copy of your insurance card at each visit, to enable us to file your claim correctly. We will also have you sign a "signature on file" form that allows us to bill your insurance company. It is your responsibility to inform us of any changes in insurance coverage.
Our practice strongly recommends all Boys and Girls Pediatric patients be immunized from birth. If you disagree with routine childhood vaccination of children, we recommend you seek care elsewhere.