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.

Well Checks

Well Checks

Well checks are the backbone of preventative medicine. Well checks establish baseline information on your child so that later we can quickly spot anything unusual. It’s also our chance to regularly discuss your child’s health progress and address educational needs. A typical well check begins with a thorough examination, and addresses:

  • Any concerns the parents might have
  • Developmental milestones and achievement
  • Dietary and nutrition issues
  • Sleep, social and psychological concerns
  • Health concerns specific to the age of the child, such as bullying, dental care, sun screen, school pressures, responsibility and safety
  • Immunizations
  • Growth and weight concerns
  • Appropriate screenings (cholesterol, hemoglobin, urinalysis, vision and hearing, etc.)
  • Autism screening
  • Specific adolescent issues such as, bullying, obesity, sleep problems, depression, and risky behavior.

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

Well ChecksWell Checks

Well checks are the backbone of preventative medicine. Well checks establish baseline information on your child so that later we can quickly spot anything unusual. It’s also our chance to regularly discuss your child’s health progress and address educational needs. A typical well check begins with a thorough examination, and addresses: