What is a pediatrician?

Pediatricians are doctors who specialize in healthcare for children. They also work with parents to provide support for their child’s growth and development.

How often should my child see the pediatrician?

Your child should see a pediatrician for both well-care and sick visits. It’s important for children to have well-care appointments so your pediatrician can monitor their physical and mental growth.

What services do you offer?

Aside from our preventive care and sick visits, we also help children with ADHD, asthma, mental health and other issues.

Why does my child need vaccines?

Your child should take vaccines to help them fight off preventable diseases. If you have any questions about vaccines, please contact our office.

What is a lactation consultant?

A lactation consultant provides support to moms who breastfeed their babies. They can help with placement, latching, pumping, and more.

What if I need to see a pediatrician after office hours?

Our physicians are available after hours for situations that may not wait until normal office hours. However, we strongly urge you to call only for emergencies.

Do you accept walk-ins?

Yes, we accept walk-ins Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 8:45 am.

What is the best way to schedule an appointment with your office?

You can schedule an appointment by calling our office at 248-360-9241.

Vaccine Questions

No Show Policy

After Hours

Our physicians are available after hours for situations that may not wait until normal office hours. Please call (248) 232-3903 to have the physician paged. We ask that you please limit the paging of the providers to urgent matters or emergencies only.

My child needs medical care..... Where do I go?

The emergency room is best if your child is experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please call 9-1-1 immediately or proceed to the nearest hospital. However, for any non-life-threatening illnesses please call our office or contact the after-hours provider at (248)-232-3903. We can help decide what type of care best fits your child's needs. It is important to remember to always make a follow-up appointment with your child primary care provider within 7 days of discharge from the hospital or emergency room.