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Q: Does Dr. Webber accept walk-in appointments? What if my situation is urgent?
A: If you are having an emergency, please call 911. If you need urgent care outside of regular business hours, please visit your local urgent care center. Our office does accept walk-in appointments, but walk-in patients typically wait an hour or more to see Dr. Webber. Calling ahead to find out if there is a same day opening is always best.
Q: Can Dr. Webber refer me to a specialist?
A: Yes, Dr. Webber works closely with an extensive network of specialists across every sub-specialty. Whatever your specific needs, Dr. Webber can recommend and refer you to a specialist that you can feel good about.
Q: How will Dr. Webber’s office handle my lab tests?
A: For most lab test, including drawing blood samples, we collect samples in the office, and partner with a local Quest Diagnostics laboratory to perform the tests.
Q: How long will it take to receive the results of my lab tests?
A: If the tests are of an urgent nature, we can request expedited service from out partners at Quest Diagnostics, typically they will return urgent results to us in one to two days. For tests that are not urgent, the laboratory typically returns the results to us in four to six days. Once we review your results, we will call or email you as soon as possible to inform you of the results and set a follow up appointment, if necessary.
Q: Does Dr. Webber accept pediatric patients? What is the minimum age Dr. Webber will accept?
A: While Dr. Webber does not normally see pediatric patients, he is happy to refer you to a qualified pediatrician that you will love. Occasionally Dr. Webber will see the teenage child of an existing patient, so it never hurts to ask, but children under the age of 15 should be better served by a physician that specializes in pediatric medicine.