Coronavirus Policy

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Due to the recent coronavirus outbreak, we will be scaling back our in office visits to reduce exposure to patients and staff and help with social distancing/containment. We will be able to continue prescription refills and can offer both phone consultations as well as telehealth visits for at least the next 2 weeks. This is a fluid situation and we will be updating the policy as the situation demands. As of 3/20/2020, the office will be closed for in-office visits. We will continue to monitor phone calls and emails Monday-Thursday.


What to do if you are an ESTABLISHED patient and have an appointment scheduled during March 20-Apri

  • Dr. Moran will be able to keep the appointment with your child either by phone or telehealth (Skype). Recently, the federal government has indicated that Medicare will be covering these visits and our hope is that this will trickle down into the Medicaid and private insurance coverage as well. You will need to check with your individual insurance company regarding the specific coverage you have. For established patient you may want to specifically ask whether or not "telehealth visits" (the CPT code is 99215 with a "– 95 modifier") will be covered.
  • Dr. Panepinto will make the decision about seeing clients in the office. We will contact you 48 hours in advance to let you know the status.  


If you are an ESTABLISHED patient and need a prescription refilled or have a brief question?


  • These will be handled in the usuaL manner by email or phone. You can request the refill for CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE by contacting us at cma@cdpeds.com. If it is for a NON-CONTROLLED substance you can call your pharmacy and ask for the refill there and they will contact us.


If you are a NEW PATIENT and have an appointment scheduled for March 20 through April 8?

  • At this time we are going to have to reschedule any new patient appointments for after the containment phase of the viruses past. We apologize for the inconvenience and ask for your patience and understanding.


Coping with Anxiety during COVID-19 outbreak

Here is a link to a wonderful article by Dr. Aureen Wagner at the Anxiety Wellness Center to help with anxiety during the outbreak. (Click the link below)  

Supporting Individuals with Autism

All children and young adults require support from caregivers during times of stress and uncertainty, such as those we are facing now with the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). 

About Us

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Our Mission

Our Physician

Our Physician

At Carolina Developmental Pediatrics, we care for children with developmental and learning differences and their families. 

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Our Physician

Our Physician

Our Physician

Dr. Daniel Moran earned an M.D. from University of Miami in 1988. He worked in primary care pediatrics in a variety of settings prior to completing a fellowship in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. Dr. Moran worked at UNC, Duke University Medical Center, and the Student Success Center at All Kinds of Minds. Dr. Moran has been in private practice since 2007. 

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Our Staff

Our Physician

Our Staff

 We are a small office with a single physician and dedicated staff who take pride in quality and personal care.  

 

Contact Us

To Schedule an an INITIAL Appointment

Please contact your primary care provider. See NEW PATIENTS Tab

Feel free to fax any documents to (919) 362-5409    

CAROLINA DEVELOPMENTAL PEDIATRICS

1001 W. WILLIAMS ST, SUITE 104, APEX, NC 27502, US

(919) 362-5406 info@cdpeds.com

Hours

Our office hours are by appointment only. Generally we are in the office Mon, Tue, and Thurs 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM. Wed 1:00 - 5:00.  We are closed on Fridays.