Well Care Telemedicine MediCal

Birdhouse logo.rightWelcome to Telemedicine Well Care!

Before your visit, print out the form that matches your child’s age form the list below. For example, if your child is 9 months old, select the 9 Month Wellness link. These are the same forms we have you fill out in the office.

Complete the forms and return them to the office via upload to your patient portal or fax. We do not recommend emailing personal health information, but contact the office if you need to do that at (925)939-7334.

On the day of the appointment, measure your child’s height, weight, and temperature. (Tip: When checking your child’s height, have your child stand with his/her feet together and make sure they are standing up straight. This will give a more accurate measurement.) Vision, hearing, lab work and immunizations will be scheduled separately.

To access the virtual appointment:
-Using a laptop or computer with a webcam, go to http://www.doxy.me/CasaVerdePediatrics with your Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox browser. Maximize bandwidth by asking other members of the household to minimize streaming. You will see a welcome window pop-up asking you to enter your name and check-in. Please enter your child’s name and click “check-in.”
-Call the office at (925)939-7334 when you and your child are in the virtual waiting room so staff can let the doctor know that you are ready.

Newborn wellness

1 month wellness

2 month wellness

4 month wellness

6 month wellness

9 month wellness

12 month wellness

15 month wellness

18 month wellness

2 year wellness

2 1/2 year wellness

3 year wellness

4 year wellness

5 year wellness

6 to 8 year wellness

9 to 11 year wellness

12 year wellness

13 to 17 year wellness

18 to 24 year wellness






About Lisa M. Asta, MD

Lisa M. Asta, M.D. is board-certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, for which she is also a Media Representative (she has been interviewed for “Kids Health” on Health Radio, and quoted in Parenting Magazine, USA Today, and the New York Times, among other publications). She is a Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the University of California at San Francisco and past pediatric chair at John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek. She graduated from Temple University School of Medicine and the Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Asta is also a writer whose fiction has appeared in Inkwell, Philadelphia Stories, Schuylkill, and Zeniada. Her essays have appeared in the Journal of the American Medical Association, Hippocrates, the San Jose Mercury News, and The New Physician Magazine. She is an occasional contributor to KQED public radio’s Perspectives series, and has written articles for Bay Area Parent, Valley Parent, Parents’ Press, and Parents Express, as well as online at WebMD.com, Rx.com, and MyLifePath.com. She wrote a chapter in The Field Guide to the Normal Newborn, ed. Gary Emmet, M.D. BabyCenter.com currently has two how-to videos for parents in production which feature Dr. Asta. For more on Dr. Asta’s writing, visit www.LMAsta.com
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