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Hours
Mon-Fri 8:30am-5:30pm
(closed 12:30pm-1:30pm)

Saturday 9:00am-Noon 
Sunday Closed

 

NOTICE OF PRIVACY PRACTICES

We have updated our Privacy Practices.
You can see the announcement and download the full document from our
Resources web page

Usted puede leer el anuncio de las practicas sobre la onfidencialidad
de la informacion sobre su
salud en: Resources
.

 

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ANNOUNCEMENT:

Hillsborough Pediatric and
Adolescent Medicine Recognized
as the Highest Level Patient-Centered Medical Home by NCQA

Hillsborough Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine is proud to announce that it has been recognized as Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Home, the highest achievable recognition for a medical group, from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). NCQA’s Patient-Centered Medical Home program recognizes physician practices that prioritize the strengthening of the physician-patient relationship, coordinate care for patients across multiple settings, and engage in a team approach to improve patient care.


Philosophy

Our practice philosophy is simple: our goal is to provide the highest quality medical care in the context of a personalized, trustworthy relationship between your family and our staff and doctors.

Our board certified pediatricians care for children and adolescents from birth to 21 years of age.

We're committed to being there for your family, with open access same day appointments, our online patient portal, electronic medical records, and nurse triage services for afterhours emergencies.

We're here to share the parenting journey with you by providing a supportive, family-centered medical home.

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Hillsborough Pediatric and
Adolescent Medicine

Your Child's Medical Home

In order to give your child the best care,
our practice strives to provide a medical home to your child. The American Academy of Pediatrics defines a medical home as primary care that is accessible, comprehensive, continuous, coordinated, family-centered, compassionate and culturally effective.

Our responsibilities as your medical home are to:

  • obtain a complete and updated medical history for our patients at their visits
  • support open-access scheduling to give you accessible medical care
  • coordinate your child's care across multiple medical specialities
  • support our families' and patient's self-management of medical challenges.

Please let us have your suggestions to improve your child's medical care!

We now accept Aetna Insurance!


LATE POLICY

Due to our increasing patient volume,
we ask that all patients make every
effort to arrive at their scheduled
time. If you are more than 5 minutes
late, you may be asked to reschedule. Thank you in advance for helping
our physicians stay on time.
- Hillsborough Pediatric &
Adolescent Medicine


SPRING 2014 HEALTH TIPS

  • Spring is the time for allergies
    (hayfever, itchy eyes or allergic conjunctivitis). Try to: keep your windows and door closed to prevent pollen from entering the house; have family take shoes off by the door; have your children wash their hair nightly to prevent pollen exposure at night. This is a good time for your child with allergies to start taking his or her allergy medicine. Call our office if you need an appointment to discuss which medication is best for your child.

  • Summer camps are around the corner. We are happy to schedule your child’s annual physical exam and can fill out any camp forms for you. Do you need a medication refill to take to summer camp?

  • Ticks become a problem when warmer weather comes, and spring or “baby” ticks are tiny and difficult to see, but can carry and transmit disease. We recommend that parents check children for ticks every night and remove ticks with tweezers. It’s a good idea to write down tick bites on a calendar; if your child becomes ill with fever or rash after a tick bite, call our office for an exam. Insect repellant on legs and arms can also help to prevent tick and mosquito bites.

  • It’s not too early to start using sunscreen, especially on the face and back of the neck. Don’t forget to apply to the scalp area, or wear sunhats. Sun protective clothing can help also.