From Their First Moments

Your newborn has arrived! We recommend checkups approximately 2 days after discharge or upon the physician's instruction. Learn more about our recommended physical schedule.

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Town Pediatrics, PC maintains a highly qualified staff of providers giving excellent pediatric care for children ages 0-18 years. Our organization began this mission in 2004. All of our physicians are board certified through the American Board of Pediatrics and Fellow members of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Our nursing staff is also highly qualified and dedicated to the care of children. We look forward to providing your family with the finest of pediatric healthcare.

Monday Walk In Clinic – 7:30-8:30am is available for established patients with acute, emergency type illness. If your child is having symptoms of one week or longer or needs a follow-up / recheck, then please schedule an appointment. If overcrowding occurs we may need to schedule an appointment for later in the day.

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Hearing and Vision Screenings

October 10, 2016 - No Comments

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends hearing and vision screenings for children ages 18 months and up as part of routine preventive care.  The AAP has recently updated their policy and recommendations to include improved screening methods to enhance early detection of potentially serious and treatable conditions.  Town...



September 19, 2016 - No Comments

CALL NOW to schedule your child’s flu vaccine appointment. Appointments are available on Fridays and select Saturdays during October. ** Note:  The Flu Mist is not available  this season  


Monday Walk-In Clinic Resumes 9/12/16

September 7, 2016 - No Comments

On September 12, 2016 we will resume our Walk-In Clinic.  This is available on Mondays only from 7:30-8:30 AM for established patients who have an acute, urgent illness.  If your child is having an illness lasting longer than one week or needs follow-up or recheck then please schedule an appointment.  If overcrowding occurs during the […]

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