Our group practice is comprised of pediatricians and pediatric nurse practitioners with expertise in caring for patients from birth through adolescence. We are committed to providing personal and quality care for your child.
As a practice we know that preventive care including vaccinations is the most important part of our service to our patients and families.
To best protect your children, our other patients, as well as our staff and providers from vaccine preventable illness, we have made the decision to only accept families into our practice who plan to fully vaccinate their children according to the CDC/American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines. The full pediatric (birth - 18 years) schedule is available by clicking here.
Our appointment hours are listed to the right, and our office telephones are answered 7:30 am - 5:30 pm Monday through Friday.
We are preparing for flu clinics, but are currently waiting for the delivery of the flu vaccine. We will update this page as soon as we're able to begin scheduling flu shots.
As a group, we have worked together to form a similar and consistent style of practice. We work closely with families to build supportive, trusting relationships so together we can help children reach their fullest potential. We believe in the importance of preventative care and educating families about healthy lifestyles and disease prevention. We are committed to being here for our families no matter what the concern or when it may arise. For further information about our office, please contact us.
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"FDA concludes study of arsenic in rice products; no dietary changes recommended" from the American Academy of Pediatrics.
"American Academy of Pediatrics Agrees With IOM Report on Safety of Vaccine Schedule" from the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Statement in Response to the Elementary School Shooting in Connecticut from the American Academy of Pediatrics
For a copy of the 2012 MHSAA Sports Physical form and instructions, please click here.
For more information on the A.D.H.D. drug shortage, please read "A.D.H.D. Drug Shortage Has Patients Scrambling" from the New York Times
For up to date information on Enfamil Newborn Formula please visit www.enfamilalerts.com.
Read about the benefits of being enrolled in IHA's Patient Portal: "Managing Your Care with the IHA Patient Portal" by Mark Zawisa, MD