We do our best to schedule prenatal visits so that you can meet more than one doctor at the same time. This visit is a great opportunity to ask the doctors any questions you may have, tour the office and meet our wonderful staff.
We enjoy seeing our patients during these regular visits, building personal relationships with both the children and their parents. Complete check-ups usually includes immunizations. We follow the schedule recommended by the AAP but we will work with families that request minor modifications. You can find more information about immunizations on Immunize.org.
If you feel your child needs to be seen, you can schedule an appointment by calling the office during the business hours. We do everything possible to see sick children the same day. Scheduling appointments helps us with decreasing waiting times and getting you home sooner.
Our office does not accept walk-in appointments.
- DTaP (Three-in-one)
- Hib (Hemophilus influenzae Type B)
- Polio (IPV)
- Rotateq (Rotavirus)
- Prevnar (Strep. Pneumococcus)
- Hepatitis B (Three-Dose Schedule)
- Hepatitis A (Two-Dose Schedule)
- MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Two-Dose Schedule )
- Chicken pox (Varicella, Two-Dose Schedule)
- HPV (Genital Warts/Cervical Cancer)
- Meningococcal Disease (Menimune or Menactra)
- TdaP (Booster for Diphtheria Tetanus AND Pertussis or Whooping Cough)
- Influenza (Flu shot or Flu mist)
We now use Pentacel (combination of DTaP, IPV and Hib) for 2, 4 and 6 month visits.
If you have a non urgent question that does not require a visit you can always reach us during our business hours.
In case of an emergency you should call 911. If you are not sure if an emergency room visit is needed, we carry beepers and you can reach one of the doctors 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Our office offers ear piercing for children ages 7 months and up in cartilage only.
Now offering evaluations for ADHD by using Quotient Diagnostics system in order to reinforce diagnosis. This easy-to-administer tool uses advanced motion tracking technology to track a child’s micromovements while they complete a computerized test that takes less than half an hour.