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COVID-19 Vaccine Authorized for Children 6 Months and Up!

Tthe COVID-19 vaccine is approved for children as young as 6 months of age. See these informative articles from Yale Medicine and the AAP.

Health and safety are our priorities.

Sound Beach Pediatrics is keeping abreast of the latest updates on the novel coronavirus. Our goal during the pandemic is to continue to provide outstanding health care to our families, while simultaneously protecting our patients and our staff from COVID-19 disease transmission. As part of this strategy, we may advise that your child be seen initially through a telemedicine visit.

We are your neighborhood pediatric health care team.

Sound Beach Pediatrics would be honored to be your child’s healthcare provider. We strive to form a close partnership between our physicians, staff, patients and families. We take a collaborative and evidence-based approach to your child’s healthcare.

We are committed to health, family, and community.

Choosing a pediatrician for your child is an important decision. It is crucial that your pediatrician’s philosophy on health and wellness aligns closely with that of your family.

We accept most insurance plans.

Because each insurance policy is different, it is important to contact your insurance company if you have any questions regarding your benefits, and to know what your payment obligations will be at the time of service.

Online resources you can trust.

Our A to Z Resource Guide provides you with reliable online resources, recommended reading, and helpful tools to guide you in caring for your child.

Take the “pain” out of pain reliever dosing.

Be confident that you are treating your child’s pain or fever with the correct dose of medication. We can guide you here on how much Motrin or Tylenol to give, based on your child’s weight. (Benadryl too!) Motrin can only be given at or after the age of 6 months.

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RSV can be very serious for some infants and younger children. These are the symptoms you might notice in your child if they're infected. The best ways to protect your baby from RSV are to limit their exposure to crowded places or anyone who might be sick, wash your hands frequently, and disinfect toys and objects your child uses. If your child is ill and experiencing these symptoms, please call our office.

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RSV can be very serious for some infants and younger children. These are the symptoms you might notice in your child if theyre infected. The best ways to protect your baby from RSV are to limit their exposure to crowded places or anyone who might be sick, wash your hands frequently, and disinfect toys and objects your child uses. If your child is ill and experiencing these symptoms, please call our office. 

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We are excited to be growing our practice and we are looking for a medical receptionist and a medical assistant. If you (or someone you know) might be interested in joining our team, please send us an email at inquiry@soundbeachpediatrics.com. Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less

We are excited to be growing our practice and we are looking for a medical receptionist and a medical assistant. If you (or someone you know) might be interested in joining our team, please send us an email at inquiry@soundbeachpediatrics.com. Thank you!