We are dedicated to being a supportive resource for you, working alongside parents to provide all the information and tools you need to navigate your child’s health and development journey. Here, you’ll find a wealth of valuable resources to answer your questions and ensure the well-being of your little ones.

Helpful Links


Milestone handouts, Parenting articles as well as physical and mental health resources for parents

American Pediatrics Association

Helpful research articles and publications

Consumer Product Safety Commission

Recalls and product safety information

Financial Policy

Payment is expected at time of service, including co-pays, balances and self-pay balances. Uninsured patients (including those whose insurance has lapsed) are required to pay $200 at the time of service

No Show Policy

Our goal is to provide the highest quality care in a timely manner. To achieve this goal, we have established an Appointment Cancellation/No Show Policy. If you need to cancel your child’s routine appointment, please call 24 hours prior to the appointment time. If you need to cancel your child’s sick appointment, please call at least 2 hours prior to the appointment time. Patients that miss their appointments without prior notification are sent a letter after the first and second offense. Patients may be terminated, at the discretion of their PCP after missing three appointments without prior notification.


These are the major insurances that we will file claims to, for patients. If you do not see your plan name listed, please call the office to see if we are in network with your plan.

  • Medicaid Direct
  • UHC Community Plan
  • Healthy Blue
  • AmeriHealth Caritas
  • Wellcare
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • United Healthcare
  • Medcost
  • Cigna
  • Humana
  • Crescent
  • Tricare Standard
  • Aetna
Vaccine Policy

We only accept patients who follow the ACIP recommended vaccine schedule. As pediatricians, we strive to keep children healthy while practicing evidence-based medicine. Vaccines are a crucial aspect of keeping children healthy. If you have concerns or questions over vaccines, we are happy to discuss them with you. In January 2017, the American Academy of Pediatrics has again reiterated in its most recent statement on vaccines; “Vaccines protect children’s health and save lives. They prevent life-threatening diseases, including forms of cancer. Vaccines have been part of the fabric of our society and are the most significant medical innovation of our time.” Follow the link to view the vaccine schedule recommended by the AAP and ACIP.

HIPPA Policy

Please review our Notice of Privacy Practices to know how we may use your child’s information.