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Welcome to Stamford Pediatrics

Whether you are new to the practice or we have been caring for your children for years, it is our pleasure and honor to care for your family. We are proud of the practice and are pleased you have selected us. Our site is organized into several sections with useful information for both existing and prospective patients.

Seasonal Flu Vaccine Update – 11/07/18

We have posted new flu clinic dates until the end of November.  If your child(ren) have not received their flu vaccine, please attend one of the upcoming flu clinics.  At this point our supply is limited and we are not sure if we will be able to have more flu clinics.  We will post more flu clinic dates if additional flu vaccine doses become available.  We will send an alert and update this website.

If your child has a check-up scheduled by the end of November, you do not need to come to a flu clinic.  Your child will get the flu vaccine at the check-up appointment.

Flu Clinics will be held on the following dates:

Stamford Office

Monday, November 26

Friday, November 30

Darien Office

Monday, November 19

Tuesday, November 27

Thursday, November 29

 

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New Mom’s Group

The New Mom’s Support Group is a bi-monthly informal meeting for moms of newborns held every other Wednesday from 1 pm to 2 pm in our Darien office. The goal of this group is to assist in making this exciting but scary and exhausting period in a parent’s life as fulfilling as possible and to serve as a support system. It is a place to share concerns, questions, and experiences.
Click here for more info and dates for the upcoming events.

Appointments confirmed by text and email

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Immunization Update

Good News – CDC Updated Gardasil 9 Schedule to require only 2 doses for children under 15 years old.

Read about the details

Survey Results

In July 2018, we surveyed patients in both offices about their experiences with our Practice.

View the Survey Results and Improvement Plans for Both Offices Here

 

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Symptom Checker

Our symptom checker is a great way to get answers to many common questions.  Please click the box below to be directed to the site.

Patient Centered Medical Home

pateint-centered-medical-homeWe are proud to announce that Stamford Pediatric Associates is a Level 3 Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH), as accredited by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). As a NCQA-Recognized medical home we ensure that systems and processes are in place to meet nationally recognized standards for delivering high-quality care. As your medical home, we will work together as a team to meet all your healthcare needs.

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Safe Sleeping Tips from the AAP – Please click here to download this important flyer.

 

 

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