Consider consulting the Pediatric Symptom Checker in our Useful Links section under Resources if you have questions about your child's symptoms.
Spring is here and with it comes allergy-related symptoms for many. If your child suffers from spring seasonal allergies, it's time to start their allergy and/or asthma medications. These may include oral antihistamines, antihistamine eye drops, non-decongestant nasal sprays, or inhaled steroids. Ask your doctor if you are unsure of which medications are best for your child.
Did you know that not all cases of conjunctivitis (pink eye) need antibiotic treatment? Visit this link to learn the facts about the different types of conjunctivitis and treatments.
When recovering from a concussion, cognitive rest is just as important as rest from physical activity. A recent study confirms a faster recovery with appropriate cognitive rest.
Monday - Friday: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm.
Saturday, Sunday, Holidays: 9:00 am - 12 pm for urgent care only.
All visits by appointment only.
We are now accepting new patients.
Pediatricians, Inc is located in Winchester, Massachusetts and provides comprehensive pediatric primary care to the surrounding communities of Essex and Middlesex counties, as well as southern New Hampshire. Our patient population spans the newborn to the college years. We have licensed laboratory services on the premises, and are in close proximity to Winchester Hospital for emergency and radiological services. Hospital affiliations include Winchester Hospital, Children’s Hospital Boston, MassGeneral Hospital for Children, and Tufts Floating Hospital. Our pediatricians are all board-certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and are a part of the Pediatric Physicians’ Organization at Children’s Hospital Boston, one of the most highly respected pediatric groups for excellence in the nation.