Patient Resources

Pay My Bill | In an Emergency | CPR for Infants | Immunizations | Forms | Language Assistance | Non-Discrimination Notice

Pay My Bill

For the convenience of our patients and parents, we offer online bill pay.

In an Emergency

stock-photo-childPreventative health care is emphasized in our office. However, accidents continue to be one of the major causes of death in children.

You should prepare yourself and family by having the phone numbers for the county emergency service (911 in Davidson County), the nearest hospital emergency room, poison control center (322-6435 or 1-800-288-9999) and our office number (615-883-2200) conveniently located near the telephone.

Since an emergency is not usually expected, a definite plan of action should be discussed with the entire family so that you will be prepared in the event that an emergency occurs.

CPR for Infants

We recommend that all parents/caregivers learn infant and child CPR.  Start now by clicking here


Vaccines are an incredibly important tool in keeping our children safe and disease free. Below, you will find links regarding vaccine safety, our vaccine schedule, and the medicines we use. Feel free to speak with one of our friendly staff members if you have further questions.



Vaccine Received

2 weeks

Hepatitis B (if not given at birth)

1 Month

Hepatitis B

2 Month

-Pentacel (DTaP, IPV, Hib)

4 Month

-Pentacel (DTaP, IPV, Hib)

6 Month

-Pentacel (DTaP, IPV, Hib)
-Hepatitis B

9 Month

Catch up if needed

1 Year

-Hepatitis A
-Screening for Anemia and Lead

15 Month


18 Month

Hepatitis A

2 Years

Screening for Anemia and Lead



11 Year Old



Vaccine Preventable Diseases


Please download and complete our new patient forms prior to your child’s first visit.

Language Assistance

Children’s Medical Group has arranged for language assistance services free of charge. Call 615-883-2200. (TTY:711).

Non-Discrimination Notice

Please click here to access or non-discrimination policy.