Patient Consent Form KDOW

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Dear Parent(s)/Legal Guardian(s),

Congratulations! Your child's community program will participate in the Kids'-Doc-On-Wheels (KDOW) Community Based Healthcare Telehealth Clinic. KDOW will provide medical services for students through an on-site medical team (i.e. school nurse, staff assistant, and virtual provider) with the iCare Center, a telehealth station. This program is designed to provide on-site access to medical care and services similar to that of a pediatric office. KDOW accepts all Medicaid and most private insurance plans. This program is not intended to replace your primary doctor but can be considered an additional service. If your child does not have a primary care doctor (a medical provider your child sees regularly), KDOW can become your child's Primary Care Provider (PCP)!

My Child's Community Based Healthcare Telehealth Clinic:

***Please read all pages for more details on the telehealth examination process before signing.***

As your child's community based clinic, KDOW will provide the following services:

  • Every child will receive a virtual health assessment to determine baseline health measures
  • If a staff member identifies a child that requires medical attention, the parent/guardian will be offered the option of a telehealth visit
  • Primarily seen by a provider virtually (online) with the mobile unit as an additional service
  • Per Georgia law, patients seen via telehealth must have an in-person visit with one of our providers once a year
  • Services provided through telehealth are as follows:

Sick Visits

Chronic Illness Management

  • Ear Infections
  • Ear Infections
  • Watery Eyes
  • Common Cold
  • Rash
  • Allergies
  • Asthma
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Elevated BMI/Obesity

DISCLAIMER: By typing your name below, you are signing this application electronically. You agree that your electronic signature is the legal equivalent of your manual signature on this application.

Full KDOW Program

***If you would like for KDOW to become your child's primary care provider and receive all the services listed, please check the box below.***

In addition to the telehealth program, your child will have access to KDOW's full list of services which include the following:

  • KDOW will become your child's Primary Care Provider
  • We provide all services done in a traditional Pediatrician's Office: Sick Visits, Sports Physicals, Vaccines, Flu Shots, and more!
  • Mainly seen in the privacy of the mobile unit in addition to telehealth at the community program
  • Access to Mobile Behavioral Health Services (counseling), Mobile Dental Services, and Telehealth Services
  • Behavioral Health Services provided by Licensed Behavioral Specialist through KDOW
  • Dental Services provided by Help-A-Child-Smile

As the parent/legal guardian of a student, you give permission for your child to utilize the program by:

Returning the consent form back to the school nurse, front office, or other designated community program personnel.

***In order for your child to receive Telehealth services while at their community program, a consent form must be on file!***

Patient Information

Name of individual who can make medical decisions for your child in your absence:

What Type of Medical Insurance Do You Currently Have?

***Please provide proof of insurance/Medicaid or you may be held financially responsible for services rendered. Please list all insurance coverage the child is eligible for.***

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    General Health History

    Family History

    Add Additional Family Member

    Dental Health History

    Behavioral Health Questionnaire


    The purpose of this form is to enroll your child into the Kids'-Doc-On-Wheels, Inc. (KDOW) telehealth program in connection with the following procedure(s) and/or services: Medical Services, Dental Services, and Behavioral Health Services.

    l. NATURE OF TELEHEALTH CONSULT: During the telemedicine consultation:

    1. Details of your child's medical history, examinations, x-rays, and tests will be discussed with our healthcare professionals through the use of interactive video, audio, and telecommunication technology.
    2. A clothed physical examination of your child may take place.
    3. A non-medical technician may be present in the telemedicine studio to aid in the video transmission.
    4. Video, audio, and/or photo recordings may be taken of your child during the procedure(s) or service(s).
    5. Parent(s)/Legal guardian(s) will have the option of being present for the evaluation in person by phone or via a link (; that is sent from the telemedicine system to allow them to participate using a desktop or smartphone. !f you are unable to participate, you will receive timely follow-up communication from a KDOW representative regarding the child's medical evaluation and treatment.

    ll. MEDICAL INFORMATION & RECORDS: All existing laws regarding your access to your child's medical information and medical records, apply to this telemedicine consultation. Please note, not all telecommunications are recorded and stored. Additionally, dissemination of any patient-identifiable images or information for this telemedicine interaction to researchers or other entities shall not occur without your consent.

    |||. CONFIDENTIALITY: Reasonable and appropriate efforts have been made to eliminate any confidentiality risks associated with the telemedicine consultation, and all existing confidentiality protections under federal and Georgia state law apply to information disclosed during this telemedicine consultation.

    IV. RIGHTS: You may withhold or withdraw consent to the telemedicine consultation at any time without affecting your child's right to future care or treatment or risking the loss or withdrawal of any program benefits to which you would otherwise be entitled.

    V. DISPUTES You agree that any dispute arriving from the telemedicine consult will be resolved in Georgia, and that Georgia law shall apply to all disputes.

    VI. RISKS, CONSEQUENCES, & BENEFITS: You have been advised of all the potential risks, consequences, and benefits of telemedicine. Your child's healthcare practitioner has discussed with you the information provided above. You have had the opportunity to ask questions about the information presented on this form and the telemedicine consultation during regularly scheduled school meetings. All your questions have been answered, and you understand the written information provided above.

    **After reading the above statement thoroughly, please sign page I to consent for telemedicine services. If you have any questions please call us at 404-574-2512. **

    Additional Information

    What happens after we sign up?
    A member of our Community Outreach Team will call you to answer any and all of your questions and set up your child's first appointment. We will then schedule your child for their baseline virtual health assessment with a doctor.

    Does my child need to change their regular healthcare provider?
    No, your child may keep their doctor. We work with and communicate with your child's healthcare providers, specialists, or mental health providers. KDOW is an added service to help support your child's already existing primary care team.

    Can I fill out one consent form for all of my children?
    No. Each child will need their own consent form.

    Do I have to be present for my child to be seen?
    No. With a signed consent form you are not required to be present, but we encourage you to attend if you are available (both virtually or in-person).

    How will I know what the provider says during the visit?
    After each visit, (1) the provider will call you to discuss everything that took place, (2) your child will bring home a 'Report Card' detailing the visit information, and (3) this information is also available online in your Patient Portal.

    What happens to my child's care during the school breaks?
    During school breaks our mobile unit will be located at convenient locations in your local community (ex: parks, shopping centers, apartment complexes, etc). There is also availability after school hours. For after school hour access, please call 404-574-2512. Please visit our website at for the school break schedule.

    Is there anything else I need to fill out to have my child seen by KDOW?
    In most cases, the answer is no. However, you may need to fill out an online questionnaire if your child needs a good exam between the ages of 0-5 & 11-18. This is called the Child Health & Development Interactive System (CHADIS) questionnaire. Completing CHADIS before your child's well exam helps the provider better assess your child's health and wellness. It also helps address any concerns you may have about your child's health and development. The CHADIS questionnaire can be found and completed online at

    Allergy Testing - If your child needs to have an allergy test performed, an additional consent form will be sent home to be completed.

    We're confident you and your child will greatly enjoy the experience and compassionate care of KDOW. If you have any further questions please contact KDOW at or 404-574-2512.

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