Patient-centered Medical Home
As a patient-centered medical home for your child, we empower you and your child to take care of any health issue while focusing on prevention of future medical problems. This comprehensive approach to your child’s care makes MD Pediatrics your family’s partner in caring for your child’s medical and non-medical needs.
One way we do this is through regular well-child visits, where we not only track milestones like growth and height, but evaluate your child’s vision, blood pressure, and other indicators to catch any potential issues early. At the same time, we ensure that your child is up-to-date on vaccinations to prevent dangerous illnesses, including annual flu vaccines.
These relaxed well-child visits also give you and your child a chance to get answers to any questions and concerns you may have about your child’s health, development, and behavior. Our caring and compassionate medical team can also give your family clear, unbiased information about specialty and community resources you can access to optimally care for your child.
When your child needs specialized treatment, we can refer him or her to excellent specialists, then coordinate care with the entire care team to ensure that his or her needs are met. We will also serve as a central home for your child’s complete medical record, ensuring confidentiality.
This medical home approach to care allows us to build a long-term, trusting relationship with you and your child, and to continually take a “big picture” look at multiple factors that are important to your child’s overall well being.
"MD Pediatrics has been our medical home since our daughter was born. I love to brag when other parents complain about how they cannot get into their pediatricians office for a few days when their child is sick. I do not have that problem at all. Every time I call MD Pediatrics for my sick child, she is seen the same day or the next day if I call later in the afternoon. Each time, no matter who we see, she is given the utmost in care and I cannot explain how much that means to a mother that her child is well taken care of and truly cared about. Thank you for being our second family."