Welcome to Tender Care!
Serving our community with distinction since 2000, Tender Care Pediatrics is guided by a commitment to offering accessible children’s health care that is of the highest quality and compassion. Our professional team of board-certified pediatric providers and staff is dedicated to the guiding principle that all children, from newborns to teenagers, deserve access to the best health care possible. Designed to be cheerful and child-friendly, our office design also incorporates a true start to finish, sick-side and well-side configuration to keep our children as healthy as possible. In short, our mission is to keep our children healthy and happy.more about us
comprehensive care program begins in
the newborn nursery or shortly
thereafter and continues
with regular check-ups. During these well visits, your child’s growth and development are carefully monitored with an emphasis on anticipatory guidance and prevention. Administered per the CDC and AAP recommendations, vaccines are an important component of this care plan.
Sick care needs of children is very different from adults. Accidents happen. So does illness. We understand tough times that parents go through when their little ones are sick or injured. To take care of your needs, same-day appointments are usually available so that children may be evaluated promptly. Our hours of operation will expand to provide more appointment options.read more
Sports Injuries, Lactation help,..
We have physicians who are trained in treating injuries, concussions, and providing breast feeding help. We believe that our physicians will not only meet, but exceed your expectations.read more
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WORLD BREASTFEEDING WEEK (Coordinated by WABA)
1-7 August 2015
This World Breastfeeding Week, WABA calls for concerted global action to support women to combine breastfeeding and work. Whether a woman is working in the formal, non-formal or home setting, it is necessary that she is empowered in claiming her and her baby’s right to breastfeed.