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Pediatric Emergency Medicine Second Opinion

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Center of excellence Written Report ?The turn around time for Centers Of Excellence can take between 7-14 daysExtended Written Report ?Extended Written Report (1page) with review of medical file (3-10 pages)Full Chart Review ?Extended Written Report for Full Chart Review (up to 50 pages)
$600.00$119.00$389.00
 
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Short Phone Consultation ?Short Phone Consultation (10 minutes)Extended Phone Consultation ?Extended Phone Consultation (15-20 min)Extended Plus Phone Consultation ?Extended Plus Phone Consultation (35-40 min)
$99.00$219.00$399.00
 
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Extended Video Consultation ?Extended Video Consultation (15-20 min)Extended Plus Video Consultation ?Extended Plus Video Consultation (35-40 min)
$199.00$389.00
 
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Center of Excellence

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By ordering this Center of Excellence consultation, your medical file will be reviewed by expert physician team affiliated with one of the leading US Hospitals, such as Johns Hopkins and Cleveland Clinic, among many others. After order is placed and all medical records are received, please allow approximately 7-14 days to receive your consultation report. Please note that the final price of this consultation can be adjusted after your file is reviewed. We will not start a consultation until a confirmation email is sent to you.

Rochelle Flynn, M.D.

Rochelle Flynn, M.D.
Board Certification
Pediatrics, ABP
Pediatric Emergency Medicine, ABP
Medical School
George Washington University School of Medicine, Washington, DC
Residency
Tod Children’s Hospital, Youngstown, OH
Fellowship
Tod Children’s Hospital, Youngstown, OH
Rochelle Flynn, M.D. worked in pediatric emergency departments for about 12 years before deciding to leave the stress of overnight shifts in order to have more time with her two young children and more continuity with her patients. She views “the best part of pediatrics” as “taking time to educate” parents and patients about various subjects including myths about fever and safe symptomatic care for “the common cold” and other childhood ailments. She has experience evaluating physical and sexual abuse, testifying in court, and treating “adolescent/young adult” patients up to 23 years old. She considers no topic to be “off limits” and is “fearless” when it comes to discussing numerous topics specific to this population such as safe sexual practices, sexual identity, contraception, depression, drug use, and the HPV “genital wart” prevention vaccine. Dr. Flynn describes her approach as straight-up and honest, “matter-of-fact but with a mix of humor to lighten up some of the seriousness of the subjects” and is comfortable having discussions with parents or adolescents alike. She strongly encourages her older patients and parents/guardians of younger patients to become “partners” in their own medical care and mental health care. Other special interests include Autism Spectrum Disorder (including the former diagnosis of “Asperger’s syndrome) and ADHD.