Congratulations! Having a baby is one of the most rewarding experiences in your life. At Young Pediatrics, we are committed to helping you care for your baby throughout their childhood. We will partner with you from the moment you first hold them in your arms, through the toddler years, starting school, learning to drive, and heading off to college.
Children of all ages, birth through young adulthood, are unique and in need of guidance and nurturing from the adults in their lives. At Young Pediatrics, we are here to take that journey alongside you, helping to optimize the mental and physical health of each of our patients.
We will guide you through breastfeeding and infant nutrition, navigate through colic and sleepless nights, and help you optimize your child’s overall growth and development,
Let us help you “discover the world through the eyes of your child” as we navigate together through parenting and raising happy, healthy, imaginative and active kids!
Prenatal visits are not necessary but you may schedule one if you like. This visit allows expectant parents to become acquainted with us, tour our office, and ask questions regarding the birth of your baby.
Please Note: You do not need to “register” with our office before your baby is born. If you would like one of our providers to be your baby’s doctor, simply tell your obstetrician and the hospital staff when you arrive at the hospital to give birth. If your OB has concerns about the baby, Anderson hospital has full time pediatricians available to attend delivery. One of our providers will be in to see you and your baby when she does hospital rounds that morning. If you choose to deliver at a hospital other than Anderson our providers will see your newborn within a couple of days of discharge.
Our providers are affiliated with the following hospitals:
Our pediatricians see newborns at Anderson Hospital. Babies born at other area hospitals are welcome to come to our office after birth. We like to see them within 1-2 days of being discharged if we did not see them in the hospital.