News & Events

MHQP Survey Coming Soon 2022

The Massachusetts Health Quality Partners (MHQP) conducts an annual survey of our patients’ experiences with the care they receive from this office/organization. Your feedback is important to our future work and care we deliver so, Wilmington Pediatrics, Inc. urges you to participate in the survey. … Continue reading

Same Day Sick Visits

A message to our valued patients-

The staff and physicians appreciate your continued patience as we continue to navigate through the complexities of Covid, an extended flu season and staff shortages. 

We would like you to know that all efforts are being made to ensure we have reserved same day sick appointments for when your child is ill and in need of an appointment.  … Continue reading

Virtual Medical Assistant

Do you work remotely from home? Wilmington Pediatrics has also taken that leap and have hired a remote Medical Assistant. Join us in welcoming PRINCESS (Cess) FERNANDEZ to our team! Cess will be primarily calling patients prior to their appointments to collect necessary info such as medical histories, … Continue reading

Covid-19 Testing Sites for Asymptomatic Patients  … Continue reading

Children 5 and up are now eligible for the Pfizer Covid Vaccine

Wilmington Pediatrics is excited that children 5 years and up can receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. As a vaccinating practice we stand with the AAP and the CDC. Unfortunately we will not have the vaccine in our office, but at this time you may find other facilities on and  … Continue reading

Influenza Vaccine 2021 – 2022

Wilmington Pediatrics has completed our Flu Clinics for the 2021-2022 season. We have conducted three well-attended flu clinics, including our first-ever drive-thru flu clinics. As a vaccinating practice, we stand with the AAP and the CDC in encouraging vaccinations. If you are still in need of an Influenza Vaccine, … Continue reading

Mask Exemptions

Mask Exemptions:
The CDC recognizes there are specific instances when wearing a mask may not be feasible. In these instances, consider adaptations and alternatives. The following categories of people are exempt from the requirement to wear a mask:

A child under the age of 2 years. … Continue reading