WEISS PEDIATRIC CARE
partnering with families to raise healthy children
Whatever your medical concerns, whether it’s during or after hours, many answers to your questions are just a click away. Check out Is Your Child Sick? on our home page for information about what causes certain symptoms and how to manage them at home, how to decide when to call us, and when you should go to the emergency room.
Coughs? Fevers? Ear pain? We’ve got you covered You’ll find guidance on over 100 common childhood illness and medicine dosages too! Take a look below at Is Your Child Sick?
Welcome to Your New Pediatric Home
Weiss Pediatric Care delivers the next generation of health care for children and young adults by offering over fifty years combined experience in pediatric medicine, child development and parenting education.
Founders, Dr. Robert Weiss and Diane Weiss, M.S., have been nationally recognized throughout their careers for providing outstanding care to families, leading their respective fields through education, and remaining on the cutting edge of knowledge and practices.
Our single-physician practice allows us to combine the more intimate, comprehensive and personal doctor-patient relationships of the past, with the benefits of our modern medical system.
At Weiss Pediatric Care, we believe that to grow healthy children from newborns to young adults, it takes much more than just checkups and sick visits. In addition to exceptional pediatric care, we are committed to providing parents with the developmental guidance, skills and support they need to meet the challenges of raising children.
Weiss Pediatric Care is proud to be certified as a Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Home by the National Committee of Quality Assurance (NCQA). The primary care medical home is accountable for meeting the large majority of each patient’s physical and mental health care needs, including prevention and wellness, acute care, and chronic care. This model is relationship-based with an orientation toward the whole person. Partnering with patients and their families requires understanding and respecting each patient’s unique needs, culture, values, and preferences. Recognizing that patients and families are core members of the care team, our medical home practice ensures that they are fully informed partners in establishing care plans.
From Our Blog
Weiss Pediatric Care’s Secret is Out!
Why is it that it seems kids always get sick at night and on the weekends? I don’t know about you but for me fevers, coughs, vomiting, whatever the symptoms, are often scarier in the dark or when the office is closed. If this sounds familiar, your first thought may be...
Fever – A Hot Topic
We’ve probably all been there at some point (or we will in the future!). Our child wakes up crying in the night. You go in and put a hand on her head to find her “burning up” with red tearstained cheeks. In a groggy instant you ask yourself… Where’s my...
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