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St. Clair Division

Office Manager- Diane Jordan

Diane L. Jordan has been working in the surgical/medical field for the past 15 years. She is currently the office manager at Pediatric Alliance St. Clair Division. Diane earned her Bachelor of Science degree and dual certification in Elementary and Early Childhood Education from Clarion University of Pennsylvania.

Diane has enjoyed working with children of various ages and in a variety of settings from teaching to camping, environmental education, coaching and medicine in Virginia, Idaho, North Carolina and Pennsylvania. Aside from her interest in medicine, Diane enjoys reading, hiking, traveling and spending time with her husband and grandchildren.

 

 The Right Choice for Your Children – an Easy Choice for You!

At Pediatric Alliance we know children, it’s all we do! We believe that infants, children and adolescents are different from adults and require a physician with training specific to their needs. As board certified pediatricians, we provide that special level of care and expertise for your children from birth through age 21. Our providers also recognize the unique needs of adolescents transitioning into adulthood. Therefore, we will not accept NEW patients who are 18 years or older, unless they have younger siblings also joining the practice. We will assist established patients to transfer to an adult provider when they turn 21.

Highest Quality of CareSt. Clair Providers

All of our physicians are board certified in pediatrics and on staff at Children’s, St. Clair and Magee-Womens Hospitals. Our physician is also board certified and highly dedicated to treating children. Our staff of six physicians has more than 100 years of combined experience. We take great care to stay up-to-date and knowledgeable about the latest recommendations and guidelines set forth by the American Academy of Pediatrics.

After Hours/Emergency

After hours, a nurse and a doctor are available to take emergency calls. All emergency calls are returned as soon as possible. If you have a true emergency call 412-572-5062 to speak with an answering service, if the emergency is life-threatening please dial 911. If you speak with the answering service regarding an emergency and you do not receive a call back within 10-15 minutes, always call back. All non-life threatening medical emergencies left on the voicemail system will be returned in 1-2 hours until 10:30pm. All other calls after 10:30pm will be returned the following morning.

Urgent Care Walk-In Hours Monday through Saturday 8:00 am - 10:00 am

Patients with an acute illness can be seen in the office on weekday and Saturday mornings without scheduling an appointment. There is no need to call the office; patients can just walk in during this time.

These urgent care visits are for minor, short-term health concerns such as:

  • Cough and cold symptoms
  • Sore throat
  • Ear pain
  • Fever
  • Rash
  • Pink eye
  • Onset of symptoms in the last 3 days.

For well child-check-ups, chronic concerns or more complex health issues, please schedule a regular appointment.

Don’t delay!  It’s not too early to schedule those summer well visits!

Helpful guidelines for form completion

  • WPIAL forms (Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic League) require recent physical exams.

-These forms are required for students, grades 7-12, who wish to participate in their prospective school district’s sports during the upcoming school year.

-WPIAL (sports) forms require physicals June 1st or later.  Form completion is required prior to the start of the season (including practices).  If your child had a well visit within the calendar year, but prior to June 1st, the form requires an additional, updated physical exam.  This type of physical is not recognized by most insurance companies as a yearly well exam, therefore is not covered.  The cost of the updated physical is $25.00.  If your child is due for a well exam during the summer, please schedule accordingly and bring your form to the appointment.

-Please consult your school district or refer to http://www.piaa.org for comprehensive details of the WPIAL form requirements.

 *Parents, please remember to complete Sections 1-5.  Section 5: Health History must be completed prior to your appointment.  Please remember to present these forms to our staff, as your child is being brought back to the exam room.             

-WPIAL forms can also be found on the forms tab our website at www.pediatricalliance.com.

  • Private Physicians Report (“School Form”) is required for entry into Kindergarten and grades 6 and 11.  State law requires that children are current on their immunizations prior to the start of the school year.  Your child must be current on his/her well exam (within a year) to receive required immunizations and to have your child’s form completed.  If your child’s well exam is current, you may drop your form off.  Please allow a minimum of 48 hours for completion of your form.  A $5.00 form fee applies.
  •  Child Assessment Form (“Preschool Form”) – Some preschools and daycare request completion of this form.  Your child must be current on his/her well exam (within a year).  Child Assessment Forms can also be found on our website at www.pediatricalliance.com or your particular daycare or preschool may provide their own form.  Typically, most daycares and preschools also require up to date immunizations. 
  • Driver’s Form (DL-180) – The state of Pennsylvania sets the guidelines.  If your child is 15 years-old at the time of their well visit, the form must be signed within 6 months of that well visit.  If more than 6 months has passed since your child’s well visit, you will be required to schedule an updated physical.  The cost of that physical is $25.  If your child is 16 years-old at the time of their well visit, your form may be completed within one year.  You may visit www.dmv.state.pa.us for comprehensive instructions and forms.  
  • Work Permit Form - Work permit forms may be completed if your child had a well visit within one year.  Please be sure to include the place of employment and type of work your child will be doing.
  • Summer Camps – Most summer camps require physicals within the past year.

     Additional:

  • Parents, please include your child’s name and date of birth on all forms.
  • There is no form fee if your form(s) are presented for completion at the time of your well visit or updated physical.
  • A $5.00 form fee will be charged if your form is presented a month or more from the date of your child’s physical.
  • Please allow a minimum of 48 hours for completion of forms (unless presented at the time of your child’s physical).
  • Again, parents must complete the history page, and all other pages of the WPIAL form before presenting it for completion.

New Patient Packet

 
St. Clair Division Office 

1580 McLaughlin Run Rd.
Suite 208
Pittsburgh, PA 15241

Phone: (412) 221-2121
Fax: (412) 221-2007

Hours:
Sunday:Answering Service Available
Monday:8:00am - 7:30pm (Walk-Ins Accepted 8am-10am)
Tuesday:8:00am - 7:30pm (Walk-Ins Accepted 8am-10am)
Wednesday:8:00am - 7:30pm (Walk-Ins Accepted 8am-10am)
Thursday:8:00am - 7:30pm (Walk-Ins Accepted 8am-10am)
Friday:8:00am - 5:00pm (Walk-Ins Accepted 8am-10am)
Saturday:8:00am - 11:30am (Walk-Ins Accepted 8am-10am)

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