Making A Difference In The Lives of
Children And Families

Stamford, CT | Darien, CT


We have received many calls at our office regarding measles and the recent outbreaks.

We would like to provide our patients and families with information regarding this viral disease.


What is measles:  It is a highly contagious virus spread by exposure to droplets from infected individuals.  It is characterized by fever, runny nose, red eyes followed by a rash which typically spreads from head down to the toes.  The incubation period is generally 8-12 days from exposure.  The rash typically occurs several days after the first symptoms appear.  Measles can have serious complications which can affect multiple organ systems including the lungs and brain. At its worst Measles can cause permanent brain damage and death.


Outbreaks: There have been recent outbreaks involving hundreds of individuals in Westchester and  Rockland Counties as well as Brooklyn.  These have been in unvaccinated individuals.


Our policy:  We vaccinate all of the children in our practice.  The vaccine is 93% effective after the first dose and 97% effective after the second dose.  We vaccinate our patients at the 1 yo. and 4-5 yo visits.  For infants who will be at risk for direct exposure due to travel or visiting communities affected by measles, we recommend giving an EXTRA dose of vaccine if the child is greater than 6 mos. of age but not yet one year old.  Please contact the office if your child needs this extra dose.  Please note, the vaccine takes 1-2 weeks to become fully effective.

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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.


Survey Results

In July 2019, we surveyed patients in both offices about their experiences with our Practice.

Immunization Update

Good News – CDC Updated Gardasil 9 Schedule to require only 2 doses for children under 15 years old.


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ABCs of newborn care, Office hours and policies, Important information you need to keep your new baby healthy!


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Symptom Checker

Doing a little research before you call our office?  Our symptom checker is a great way to get answers to many common questions.  


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