Flu Clinics Now Available
Nurse Only Flu Clinics will begin on September 15, 2020.
- To start, all flu clinics will be held on the LOWER LEVEL at the DARIEN office. All flu clinic appointments are being scheduled through our Stamford office. Please call 203-324-4109 to schedule your child’s flu appointment.
No doctor will be available at the flu clinic.
- The flu clinic is by APPOINTMENT ONLY. If your child or anyone in your household is sick the day of your appointment, please call to reschedule.
- If your child is coming in for a check up soon, the flu vaccine will be given at that appointment.
New Sick Visit
SPA will resume office visits for sick patients in both office locations:
- Beginning Aug 29th, sick patients will be seen in the Stamford Office on Saturday mornings.
- Beginning Sept. 8th, sick patients will be seen in our regular office locations in the afternoons. The office locations for sick visits will alternate weekly. Sick visits will be seen after well child and non-contagious visits have been completed.
How We Are Keeping You and Your Family Safe
- Sick visits will only be seen after all well child and non-contagious visits have concluded.
- Well and sick children will NOT be scheduled at the same time.
- Offices will be deep cleaned each night.
- There are NO WALK INS at either location.
- Our sick visit hours, locations and availability will be reassessed on a regular basis to meet demand while keeping our patients and staff safe.
24-Hour COVID-19 Pediatric Hotline
Connecticut Children’s Medical Center offers a 24-hour COVID-19 hotline for parents and families:
- Operated by healthcare professionals
- Will provide answers to your questions about the pandemic and your children
COVID-19 and Back to School:
Helpful Resources for Your Family
If you have concerns about COVID-19 and transitioning back to school, please consult the helpful resources from the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.
The Back to School Tool Kit has articles on a variety of topics such as:
- Is it safe to send my child back to school?
- Is it safe for my child with asthma to go back to school or daycare?
- How do I get my child comfortable wearing a mask?
- How can I help my child understand and follow safety precautions in classrooms?
- How can I prepare and support my child with special needs in their transition back to school?
Please also see Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital’s webinar to hear from experts in trauma, mental health and infectious diseases answer parents’ questions about the return to school during COVID-19. Watch it here.
Important Travel Advisory and Office Restrictions for our Well Patients
- In accordance with the Connecticut Travel Advisory, if you or anyone in your immediate family has traveled outside the tristate area, you need to check in with us. We will advise you regarding whether or not to reschedule your appointment.
- If your child is ill, please call us for guidance.
- If you have a well child checkup scheduled, please call us to discuss if you need to change the date to a minimum of 14 days after your return.
- Please try not to come with no more than two caregivers per patient. If you must bring more people please have them wait in the car during the office visit. It is not possible to practice social distancing with many people in an exam room.
- All caregivers and children above 3 years old must wear a mask or face covering when in the office.
- For the safety of our doctors, staff and patients, if you do not have a mask you will be asked to reschedule your appointment.
Well Child Visits Continue for All Ages in Both Offices
- Both offices will continue to see exclusively well patients in the morning through mid-afternoon. Sick and well patients will NOT be in the same office at the same time. Both offices will be deep cleaned after sick patient visits.
- We continue to do well child visits for patients of all ages at both offices.
- The state of Connecticut is providing flu vaccines for all patients from 6 months to 18 years old.
- Flu clinics will be held in SPA’s temporary office space on the lower level of the Darien building.
Office Protocol to Keep You and Your Children Safe
- Exam rooms and all equipment are cleaned and sanitized between each visit.
- Patients go directly into rooms. We no longer use the waiting rooms in either office.
- Parents and patients are screened before coming into our office for symptoms or exposure to COVID-19.
- If any parent or child does not feel well on the day of their appointment, they are immediately rescheduled.
- All staff are wearing masks and following health guidelines.
- We continue to offer telehealth for a variety of visits, such as sick patients, behavioral issues and ADD rechecks.
Mental Health Concerns for You or Your Children?
COVID-19 will be with us for a long time. Our offices are committed to keeping you and your family safe and healthy.
We are here for you! Please call us with any questions or concerns. We will get through this together!
Located in Stamford, CT and Darien, CT, Stamford Pediatrics has been helping patients since
We are very proud to be known for providing high quality care to our patients.
Stamford Pediatric Associates takes pride in keeping up with the latest medical information. All of our physicians attend a minimum of twenty-five hours of Continuing Medical Education yearly.
Whether you are new to the practice or we have been caring for your children for years, it is our pleasure and honor to care for your family.
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Appointments Confirmed by Text and Email
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Our Baby Book
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Safe Sleeping Tips from the AAP
We all want our babies to sleep safely and soundly. We have some great tips for new moms and dads here!
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Patient Centered Medical Home Recognized Practice
A Patient Centered Medical Home is a way for us to strengthen the physician-patient relationship by implementing an ongoing relationship for continuous, comprehensive care rather than episodic care.
Each patient establishes a relationship with their physician who acts as team leader. As your primary care provider we are most familiar with your child’s health. As the team leader, your child’s physician will be responsible for all health care needs and arranging for appropriate care with other qualified clinicians. Our intention is to provide more individualized, effective and efficient care.