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Partnering with Parents

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Get to know about POD, a group of pediatricians and their staff who can help you and your children as they grow; from the newly born to the late teenager, we are ready to help!

ADHD and Learning Differences

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Parents often wonder how to determine if their child's behavior is "normal' or if they might have a problem that needs attention. There are many kinds of learning differences a child might experience. Our diagnosticians are experts at evaluating and determining if there are issues that can be addressed and treated in a friendly, supportive environment.    

ASQ and MCHAT Developmental Screening

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A few weeks before your appointment for ages 4 mo, 9 mo, 12 mo, 24 and 36 mo checkups, you should receive an email or phone call regarding the ASQ screening. At the 18 month well visit, a similar form, the MCHAT—a specific screener for Autism—will be given to you at your appointment.   

Time for Your Child's Well Visit

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Has your child had their yearly check up? If not, call and schedule now. Summer is a great time for school age children to have a well visit. If you have a camp or school form, bring it with you. We can get it completed and you’ll have one less thing to do before the next school year starts.

What Should My Baby Be Doing?

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Growing up happens so fast! Use our guide to learn what to expect from your child as they grow. We discuss the physical and mental developmental milestones each age group typically achieves and offer tips for sleep, feeding and more.

  • Partnering with Parents

    Partnering with Parents

  • ADHD and Learning Differences

    ADHD and Learning Differences

  • ASQ and MCHAT Developmental Screening

    ASQ and MCHAT Developmental Screening

  • Time for Your Child's Well Visit

    Time for Your Child's Well Visit

  • What Should My Baby Be Doing?

    What Should My Baby Be Doing?


Partnering with Parents to raise happy, healthy children

Parents know their children better than anyone! That special knowledge, combined with years of experience and medical judgment makes the best recipe for a sound working relationship between pediatricians and parents.


Medical advice and decisions made on behalf of your child will be carefully administered after understanding your family’s dynamic. We are committed to this partnership and know that together all aspects of your child’s care will be considered.




Here you’ll find some information about the wonderful changes and challenges that each age group presents.



Knowing what to expect, for you and your child, can ease the anxiety of a doctor visit.



Doses for fever? Immunization schedules and information? Scheduling appointments? Check for answers here.

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