Welcome to our practice!
Pediatric Associates of Wellesley has been privileged to be a part of families’ lives for over thirty years. We are known for excellent, accessible and timely care. We provide care for young people from birth through young adulthood and attend to routine well care, both acute and chronic health challenges as well as behavioral and developmental problems. Our mission is to partner with parents to help raise healthy and resilient children.
All clinical care at both our Weston and Medfield locations is provided by Board-certified pediatricians, one of whom will be your child's primary doctor. While we value greatly the intimacy and trust that grows in the individual patient-doctor relationship, our size allows us to make sure there will always be a doctor available to see your child. Over time you will get to know all of our doctors and know that your family is in excellent hands.
We appreciate how hard it may be to be a parent, especially when your child is ill. Our entire staff is committed to help you. Our office is open every day of the year with telephone availability 24 hours a day. Further, as a practice, we respect how precious your time is, and we consistently strive to see our patients on time.
We invite you to take a few moments to browse through our website and familiarize yourself with our practice. We hope that it will serve as a valuable resource for you. You’ll find all of the helpful information you need about our practice including doctor bios, service details, directions to our both of our office locations and links to reliable sources and helpful patient forms.
We welcome prenatal and "get to know you" appointments. We look forward to meeting you and beginning a wonderful and meaningful journey together.
We appreciate that COVID19 has created a great deal of concern in our families and patients. We also want to acknowledge that we are all pulled in two directions: to take recommended (and what one month ago, would have seemed like dramatic if not unthinkable) steps and to convey calm and reassurance to our children, who learn how to handle adversity from the adults around them.