We love to meet new families!
We are pleased to welcome you and your children to Pediatric Medicine. At Pediatric Medicine we strive to be your child’s medical home, where we will provide the highest quality, compassionate, patient and family-centered care to infants, children, and adolescents consistent with regional and national evidence-based guidelines.
We welcome new patients starting at birth, and established patients can be seen up to 22 years of age.
We Value Respect
Pediatric Medicine strives to promote an atmosphere of respect for all our patients and their families, and an understanding of individual differences. This includes but is not limited to race, color, religion, gender identity/sexual orientation, physical or mental disabilities.
We Practice as a Group
Families who come to Pediatric Medicine select one of the physicians to be their primary pediatrician. Routine well-child visits and pre-scheduled follow-up appointments are scheduled with their PCP. However, at times when a family requires advice or an urgent office visit and their primary doctor is unavailable, one of the other physicians will see your child.
We are a Vaccinating Practice
We believe that all children should receive the recommended vaccines according to the guidelines provided by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the CDC. Vaccines are safe and effective in preventing diseases and health complications in children and young adults. Read our vaccination policy.
Having a baby is one of the most exciting times in your life, and choosing the pediatrician that can best care for your child is an important decision. At Pediatric Medicine, we share your joy and enthusiasm and look forward to the opportunity in partnering with you on the exciting journey of raising a child.
If you have selected one of the physicians of Pediatric Medicine to provide care to your newborn after delivery, notify the hospital on your admission who you have selected as your pediatrician. If you deliver your baby at the University of Vermont Medical Center, the hospital will notify our office when your newborn is delivered and one of our physicians will see you and your baby on the day of delivery and daily during your hospital stay. At discharge the physician will discuss follow up in our office, both by one of the nursing staff and also with an office visit.
“Truly an amazing practice! Everyone is so kind and great with children. They always go out of their way to ensure we are able to get a sick visit when we need them. Dr. Brad in particular was so kind and supportive when we had a very sick baby over memorial day weekend last year while the office was closed and he was on call – he consistently reached out over the three day period to ensure we were doing okay and took the time to answer all of my questions.” Read more…
Monday - Friday
8:15 am - 5:00 pm
Weekends & Holidays
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Urgent care visits only. Closing time variable dependent on season and call-volume.
We have triage nurses available by phone during office hours to help you with your child’s acute illness or answer questions on routine childcare.
Weekend hours apply on New Year’s Eve/Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve.
The office is closed on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
If your child’s illness or injury is life threatening, dial 911.
A physician is on-call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays. For urgent matters that cannot wait until business hours, call our office to speak to our answering service and leave a message for our on-call doctor, who will call you back.
Poison Control Hotline
First Call Crisis Hotline (local)