Our pediatric facility is dedicated to its patients and their families. It is without question that being a parent is life’s most challenging work. As your child’s pediatricians, we embrace a philosophy of focusing on the child’s existence within a child-parent dyad. As we care for the child’s well-being, we also care for the parent’s well-being. We are ready to be a source of help, care and love from the time of your child’s birth to the time of their transition to young adulthood. We hope to accomplish this by delivering a broad range of services with sensitivity to the individual needs of our patients and their families.
  • Physical and emotional healthcare, including hearing screenings, tympanograms, allergy testing, and on-site lab
  • Developmental assessments
  • Behavioral management education
  • Individual counseling

Our physicians will help guide you with parenting and behavioral support at every well-visit. Consultations can also be scheduled for any behavioral issues or concerns you may wish to discuss.

  • Are you concerned about your child’s weight?
  • Are you worried about his poor eating habits?
  • Do you need help finding effective physical activity for your child?

We can help you and your child get on the right road to healthy living by teaching about food portion control, better snack choices, good nutrition options, physical activity, and more!

Our caring doctors can help you, as parents, and your child better understand and manage their asthma. We can address the underlying causes asthma, what causes asthma triggers, and asthma self-management.  All this information will help with the goal of controlling asthma in the long term.

The Allergy and Asthma Network provides useful information for patients with asthma. 

Developmental screenings are important because if there is a delay in development and it is not recognized early, it can be hard for them to learn when they start school. Most recently, the American Academy of Pediatrics has strongly recommended the use of formal developmental screenings at the ages of 9 months, 18 months and 30 months. Doctors and nurses use developmental screenings to tell if children are learning basic skills when they should, or if they might have problems. The screening will help tell if you child needs referrals for speech, physical, and/or occupational therapies. See for more information. 

We can assess a number of behavioral and emotional issues, such as anxiety, depression, mood disturbances, developmental issues, self-esteem struggles, autism, learning disabilities, chronic and terminal illnesses, ADD/ADHD, adoption adjustment, divorce/blended families, parenting issues, adjustment disorders, substance abuse, and eating disorders.

The physicians provide guidance to mothers who are having problems with breastfeeding such as latching on, engorgement, sore nipples, plugged ducts, mastitis, low (or high) milk supply. We can also help with a sleepy baby, fussy/colicky baby, baby with slow weight gain or problems with overly frequent, prolonged feedings. We are available for breastfeeding support and to answer any questions that might arise regarding feeding your baby.