28 Blackwell Park Lane, Suite 103

Warrenton, VA 20186

Where Kids Come First

Comprehensive Care Close to Home

Warrenton Pediatrics offers all levels of care for children and teenagers, whether it’s well checks, sick visits, newborn care or physicals. Our doctors and nurses are there to help. The physicians of Warrenton Pediatrics are always available. When you call after hours with an emergency, you’ll never get an answering service. Both doctors take calls directly by cell phone, and are ready to answer your questions or address your concerns whenever they arise. Warrenton Pediatrics offers comprehensive medical care for infants through adolescents, and an educational focus that keeps parents and older children prepared and well informed.

Expecting Parents

Expecting Parents

We know that having a baby is one of the most joyful and rewarding experiences of your life. The staff at Warrenton Pediatrics is looking forward to joining you and your family on the journey from infancy through adolescence.

 

Tips on What to Do in the Days
Before Your Baby’s Birth

One to three months before baby’s arrival. We encourage expectant parents to schedule a complimentary prenatal “Meet and Greet visit”. This visit provides expectant parents an opportunity to meet with and interview one of our providers and our staff. It’s also a chance to see our office, learn about our practice philosophy and how our office operates. To schedule a prenatal visit, call our office and tell the receptionist you want to “schedule a Meet & Greet visit”.

 

One to two months before baby’s arrival you should install your baby’s car seat. You will not be able to leave the hospital with your newborn without a safely-installed car seat. It sometimes takes some extra time and practice to properly install the safety seat. We find it is best to have this done ahead of time when you are well rested and not feeling pressured.

 

Two weeks to one month before your baby’s birth we suggest you register at the hospital. Warrenton Pediatrics providers are on-staff at Fauquier Hospital. When you register at the hospital, please let them know you have selected our group and your baby will be seen by one of our providers. You do not have to register your child ahead of time at Warrenton Pediatrics.

  • If for any reason, you did not register your child with us when you were admitted to the hospital, but would like your child to be seen by one our providers, just call our office and let us know you are in the hospital and that your baby was born.

 

  • Our pediatricians will visit your child each morning that you’re in the hospital, keep you posted on their progress and answer any questions you have. You will be discharged by your obstetrician, but your child will be discharged by our pediatrician before you can both leave the hospital.

 

  • When your baby is born. Please call our office to schedule your child’s first appointment, which typically is 3 to 4 days after birth. You should complete the New Patient forms and bring them with you to your first visit along with your insurance card.

 

  • Please be sure to add your newborn to your insurance policy. Most insurance plans require newborns to be added within 30 days of their date of birth or they cannot be added until open enrollment season. Please contact your employer’s Human Resources department or your insurance plan as soon as possible. If your plan requires you to select a primary care physician please make sure to select a Warrenton Pediatrics provider, which will allow you to be seen at our office by either physician.

 

Our physicians are on-staff at Fauquier Hospital. However, if you deliver at another area hospital, you would see the house pediatrician while you are admitted and come to us as soon as you are discharged.

Warrenton Pediatrics

28 Blackwell Park Lane, Suite 103

Warrenton, VA 20186

Phone: 540-349-3225

Fax: 540-349-1204

Office Hours

Monday - Wednesday

8:00am - 5:00pm

Thursday

8:00am - 6:00pm

Friday

8:00am - 5:00pm

Saturday - (sick visits only)

-Please contact on call doctor

© 2017, Warrenton Pediatrics, LLC

Expecting ParentsExpecting Parents

We know that having a baby is one of the most joyful and rewarding experiences of your life. The staff at Warrenton Pediatrics is looking forward to joining you and your family on the journey from infancy through adolescence.

 

Tips on What to Do in the Days Before Your Baby’s Birth

One to three months before baby’s arrival. We encourage expectant parents to schedule a complimentary prenatal “Meet and Greet visit”. This visit provides expectant parents an opportunity to meet with and interview one of our providers and our staff. It’s also a chance to see our office, learn about our practice philosophy and how our office operates. To schedule a prenatal visit, call our office and tell the receptionist you want to “schedule a Meet & Greet visit”.

 

One to two months before baby’s arrival you should install your baby’s car seat. You will not be able to leave the hospital with your newborn without a safely-installed car seat. It sometimes takes some extra time and practice to properly install the safety seat. We find it is best to have this done ahead of time when you are well rested and not feeling pressured.

 

Two weeks to one month before your baby’s birth we suggest you register at the hospital. Warrenton Pediatrics providers are on-staff at Fauquier Hospital. When you register at the hospital, please let them know you have selected our group and your baby will be seen by one of our providers. You do not have to register your child ahead of time at Warrenton Pediatrics.