Please help us efficiently help you meet deadlines for forms to be submitted.
Forms can be requested or sent to the office several ways – drop off, faxed, mailed, or by uploading using Patient Gateway with instructions on how you would like the completed form delivered. Unfortunately, Patient Gateway does not have the capability for forms to be sent back to you.
Forms may take 5–7 business days to complete.
Forms should be filled out as much as possible prior to being given to the office or they will be returned to the sender. The office will fill out the clinical sections of the forms.
Forms should have a copy of the last physical attached (if needed).
- College forms usually require the office to fill out information and a provider’s signature. Please attach a copy of your latest health form and fill out as much information as you can.
- Most school, camp, and sport forms may only require a copy of the latest health form to be attached. If this is not the case, please attach a copy of your latest health form and fill out as much information as you can.
Many parents have asked how our providers feel about our patients going back to school, preschool and daycare. This is an unprecedented situation, and unfortunately parents don’t have a lot of information on which to base their decision. You can however, take a few factors into account when figuring out what is best for your family.
We at Weston Pediatric Physicians (WPP) want to express our deep sadness for the tragedies related to racism, hatred, and violence that disproportionately affect people of color in our country. We support raising awareness that such tragedies can have on the health and wellbeing of our children, their families and the community at large.
COVID-19 testing is now widely available in Massachusetts. The department of health recommends that anybody with symptoms consistent with COVID-19, even if mild, should have testing. Testing is also recommended for anybody who has been in direct contact with somebody who has tested positive for COVID-19.
The Coronavirus is most commonly spread through coughing or sneezing between people in close contact with each other. It presents as a mild to severe respiratory illness, with symptoms that include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Click “read more” for some helpful information and resources.