Caring About the Little Things


Patient Offerings

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and other behavioral and educational concerns
  • Allergies
  • Asthma and other respiratory conditions
  • Autism
  • Diabetes
  • Diagnosing and managing acute and chronic conditions
  • Ear infections
  • Gastrointestinal problems such as Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)
  • Infectious diseases
  • Minor trauma, including sprains, strains, abrasions, and minor lacerations
  • Newborn health, including breast feeding problems
  • Skin disorders, including rashes and eczema
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Vaccinations, timely administration against common diseases
  • Vomiting and diarrhea
  • Well care for infants, children, and adolescents.  This includes screening for health conditions, monitoring growth and development, and counseling on nutrition, safety, development, behavior, and education issues

Our Top Priority is the Best Care Possible for Your Child.

We are currently accepting new patients.  Most major insurances are accepted.  We look forward to having a long-term partnership in your child’s health.  As an initial step in this process, we invite expectant parents and newcomers to make an appointment to visit our office.  This will give you a chance to look around our office and to ask any questions you may have.  It is also an opportunity for our staff to learn about your needs.  At the visit, you will also be able to interview one or both of our doctors, free of charge.  ​

Prescription Refills

Routine Medications

To request a refill by phone, please call the office during our scheduled office hours to speak with our staff.  Be prepared to tell our staff the name of the medication, strength, dosage, name of your pharmacy, and a phone number where you can be reached if there is a question.  Calling during office hours enables us to review your child’s medical record before authorizing a refill.

You will receive a follow-up phone call confirming that the refill request is approved and processed or if additional information is needed.

Controlled Medications

Controlled medications include those used to treat ADHD/ADD.  They include such medications as Adderall, Concerta, and Ritalin.  Per federal law, they must be written on prescription paper and signed by the physician.  Under no circumstances can they be called into a pharmacy.  We are only authorized to write for a one month supply on each prescription.  We recommend that these be picked up at the office, but they can be mailed to you at your request.  Your child will need to be current on medication follow-up visits in order to receive a prescription.   


At times, your child may need to see a pediatric specialist (such as a surgeon, ENT, orthopedist, or neurologist) for consultation.  Our pediatricians will offer recommendations for specialists to meet your child’s specific need.  Specialty care offices may handle scheduling referral appointments in different ways.  While we try to comply with their procedures for scheduling appointments, we will also make every effort to accommodate you and your child’s needs.

All referrals are subject to health insurance review and approval prior to completion.