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Planning ahead and being prepared helps ease the way and decrease your wait. Filling out paperwork and faxing your insurance information before your appointment assists us in making sure that your appointment is as productive as possible.
For more information, please read our Family Education sheet.
Please fill out the following forms to help us determine if the Atopic Dermatitis Center is right for your child. Once the forms are completed and returned to us, the scheduling office will contact you.
Please return the forms to Jeanne.Testa@childrens.harvard.edu.
Or mail them to:
Boston Children's Hospital, Division of Immunology
ATTN: Jeanne Testa
300 Longwood Ave, Fegan 6
Boston, MA 02115
Your child may see two or three providers. Each provider will bill separately. Please use the following NPI numbers to obtain an insurance referral or authorization from his/her primary care provider:
Allergy: Lynda C. Schneider, MD and Karol Timmons, PNP: 1891891826
Nutrition: Wendy Elverson, RD: 1710087127
Psychology: Jennifer LeBovidge, PhD: 1972542769 (individual NPI) OR 1457306664 (group NPI)
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