Pediatric Services

Pediatric Medical Services

Pediatric Services

Meet and Greet!

Choosing the right pediatric practice and services to care for your child can feel like an impossible decision-but at All Around Pediatrics we like to think we make it easy!

Along with our longer appointment times, excellent reputation and knowledgeable provider,our office offers “Meet & Greet” appointments free of charge! These appointments are 15 minutes long and give expecting parents as well as new parents to the practice the opportunity to meet our providers, ask any questions you may have about the practice, and get a feel for our office and our values. Meet and greets are only available for newborns.

Please read the provider Bio’s and decide which provider you would like your meet and greet with. Call our office today to schedule your  “Meet & Greet” appointment

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Well-Child Visits & Vaccines

Childhood is a time of rapid growth and change. Children have more well-child visits when they are younger because development is faster during these years.
Write down your questions and concerns and bring them with you. This will help you get the most out of the visit.

Each visit includes a complete physical exam. At this exam, we will check your child’s growth and development in order to find or prevent problems. The child’s height, weight, and head circumference are recorded on a growth chart. This chart remains part of the child’s medical record. Talking about your child’s growth is a good place to begin a discussion about your child’s general health. We can also discuss the body mass index (BMI) curve, which is the most important tool for identifying and preventing obesity.

Hearing, vision, and other screening tests will be part of some visits.

Even if your child is healthy, well-child visits are a good time to focus on your child’s wellness. Talking about ways to improve care and prevent problems helps keep your child healthy.

Additionally, these visits also provide us with an opportunity to review immunization records. Vaccines protect your child by helping their immune systems recognize certain diseases. Many childhood vaccines protect your child for life; others require boosters on a set schedule. Note that for someone to be completely immunized against a disease, he or she must get all the recommended doses, which may mean more than one shot during a set period of time. There have been outbreaks of serious diseases in children who did receive all of their shots; so adhering to an immunization schedule is critical.


All Around Pediatrics is pleased to offer telemedicine appointments for our patients who prefer them.

Online Resources

The physicians and staff of All Around Pediatrics are pleased to provide a list of educational websites that provide additional information for patients.