28 Blackwell Park Lane, Suite 103

Warrenton, VA 20186

Where Kids Come First

Our Mission

The physicians and staff of Warrenton Pediatrics approach their practice as a combination of compassionate care and preventative education. A strong desire to promote healthy living is their hallmark. Each patient visit goes beyond the medical exam. Parents receive regular instruction in what to expect and how to deal with each stage of their child’s growth and development.

 

It’s not unusual to find the doctors chatting with parents on such topics as bed-wetting, thumb sucking, sleep problems, diet, breast-feeding and developmental milestones. Older children receive educational instruction, too. The doctors spend time with each family to make sure they thoroughly understand all of the important issues and that all questions have been addressed. It is important at Warrenton Pediatrics that families feel empowered in regards to their children’s health.

 

Teenager and Pre-Teen Care

Many people mistakenly think that once a child reaches puberty, it’s time for an adult doctor. This is actually not true! Pediatricians are the only medical specialists who are specifically trained for the needs of children and adolescents. While other practitioners may treat a broad age range of patients, pediatricians take great effort staying up on the latest care trends and research specifically geared for the pediatric population.

 

Adolescents are not “little adults”, they are highly complex and require special expertise to address their important issues. Adolescent well visits often involve discussions regarding school success, future plans, avoiding risky behaviors and other topics that concern teens and their parents.

 

Accessibility

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.

 

“Parents find great comfort and security knowing we are close by. We are here when you need us. Don’t be surprised if we meet you in the hospital ER or nursery wearing shorts or flip-flops. Part of the accessibility we strive for means that sometimes we just drop everything and run.”

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

Our Mission

The physicians and staff of Warrenton Pediatrics approach their practice as a combination of compassionate care and preventative education. A strong desire to promote healthy living is their hallmark. Each patient visit goes beyond the medical exam. Parents receive regular instruction in what to expect and how to deal with each stage of their child’s growth and development.

 

It’s not unusual to find the doctors chatting with parents on such topics as bed-wetting, thumb sucking, sleep problems, diet, breast-feeding and developmental milestones. Older children receive educational instruction, too. The doctors spend time with each family to make sure they thoroughly understand all of the important issues and that all questions have been addressed. It is important at Warrenton Pediatrics that families feel empowered in regards to their children’s health.

Teenager and Pre-Teen Care

Many people mistakenly think that once a child reaches puberty, it’s time for an adult doctor. This is actually not true! Pediatricians are the only medical specialists who are specifically trained for the needs of children and adolescents. While other practitioners may treat a broad age range of patients, pediatricians take great effort staying up on the latest care trends and research specifically geared for the pediatric population.

 

Adolescents are not “little adults”, they are highly complex and require special expertise to address their important issues. Adolescent well visits often involve discussions regarding school success, future plans, avoiding risky behaviors and other topics that concern teens and their parents.

Accessibility

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.

 

“Parents find great comfort and security knowing we are close by. We are here when you need us. Don’t be surprised if we meet you in the hospital ER or nursery wearing shorts or flip-flops. Part of the accessibility we strive for means that sometimes we just drop everything and run.”