East Vail, Vail, Vail and Beaver Creek Resort areas, Eagle-Vail, Minturn, Avon, Edwards, and Eagle.
Pediatrician Next Door does not accept insurance or submit claims on behalf of the patient. Dr. Miranda's services are Out of Network for every insurance provider. However, you will receive a Superbill after your visit that will have diagnostic and service codes you will need if you choose to submit the bill to your insurance. If the doctor writes you a prescription for medication, oxygen, labs, or x-rays, your insurance can be used for those services.
Not directly during a visit. Pediatrician Next Door does not yet have access to portable rapid COVID tests; however, Dr. Miranda can collect nasal swab specimens and deliver them directly to the Vail Health Hospital lab for PCR testing. Their testing does incur additional charges but may provide results in a few hours and may be covered by your health insurance or federal programs.
Yes. All equipment is disinfected with a germicidal and also sanitized by UV light treatment after every visit. Dr. Miranda also wears full PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) during each visit to help prevent the spread of infection.
Yes, you can.
Yes, we do. Please inquire about the discount when you make your appointment.
Payment is due at the end of the visit. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Apple Pay and Android Pay. If arranged prior to the visit, other forms of payment may also be accepted, but the doctor does not carry cash.
In order to limit close contact as much as possible during this pandemic, initial intake, consent, and history will be done by phone and electronically. Dr. Miranda will then arrive with all of the necessary supplies for a typical urgent care visit. He will let everyone get comfortable and then begin to collect the patient's weight, vital signs, and exam in whatever order seems to work out the best. Recommendations may include anything from supportive care, to prescription medications, to additional studies or follow-up visits. After the visit, you will receive a Visit Summary of your child's encounter and a Superbill by Proofpoint encrypted email.
Yes. Dr. Miranda does have some common medications for symptom relief on hand to provide directly to a patient when appropriate and when local pharmacies are closed for the night.
Yes. Any emails that contain private health information about your child will be sent by encrypted email via a secure HIPAA-compliant "Proofpoint Essentials" server. The protection is similar to that used by large financial institutions.
Yes. The privacy of the information you submit through this website is protected by a "https" secure connection (SSL Certificate).
Most visits are 45-60 minutes but may last longer if necessary.
Not at this time, but look for updates on this website or special announcements in the near future.
No, and Dr. Miranda does not carry such medications with him.
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