Meet and Greet – Our office provides meet and greet appointments for expectant mothers. During this visit, we introduce parents to our staff including our provider, tour our office, familiarize you with our office policies and answer questions.
Well Visits – the cornerstone of Pediatrics is well child care. These regular visits provide the ability to monitor your child’s growth and development. We believe these routine exams are critical and we follow the schedule recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics.
School Physicals, Sports participation clearance – are often required by schools and can be scheduled at any time.
Vaccinations – We strongly believe in the safety and importance of routine childhood vaccinations. We, therefore, require that all patients be vaccinated as per the required childhood vaccination schedule New York State School base on the recommendation of the American Academy of Pediatrics and Center for Disease Control. Read our vaccine policy.
Sick Visit - We schedule same-day sick visit calls and walk-ins.
Developmental Screening – We use standardized screening tools through CHADIS at various ages of early childhood to aid in identifying children with potential developmental delays. This allows for expedited referral for further evaluation and therapy.
ADD/ADHD Screening – Our providers have a great deal of experience in diagnosing and treating ADD/ADHD. We use standardized diagnostic tools and lengthy consultations to review with families the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options. Once treatment has been initiated we use regular follow up discussions both by phone and in-office visits to ensure optimal results.
Depression screenings for Teens- We use a standardized screening tool to assess our 12 through 18-year-olds for depression.
Maternal Depression Screening – As part of our goal to provide comprehensive care to the entire family KFPP provides formal screening for maternal depression at the 4 week well visit.
Asthma Services – Asthma is the most common childhood chronic illness, affecting nearly five million children in the United States. Here at our office, we take a bold, hands-on approach to help our patients and families.