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We Need Your Feedback!

To our valued patients,
We take part in an important patient experience survey conducted by
Massachusetts Health Quality Partners (MHQP).
MHQP’s survey is a report card of your primary care clinician for health insurance.
providers. Your answers help decide performance-based payment to your primary
care clinician. … Continue reading

Physical Forms

Please download the most recent copy of your child’s physical form from your Wilmington Pediatrics patient portal and send it in to your institution. If you cannot access the portal, please give the office a call for instructions. … Continue reading

Same Day Sick Visits

A message to our valued patients-
We would like you to know that all efforts are made to ensure we have reserved same day sick appointments for when your child is ill and in need of an appointment.  Please be reminded that if your child needs a Same Day Sick Visit, … Continue reading

Here is some info about RSV:

RSV: When It’s More Than Just a Cold
By: Andrea Jones, MD, FAAP
Almost all children get RSV at least once before they are 2 years old. For most healthy children, RSV is like a cold. But, some children get very sick with RSV. … 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

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

New MDPH Regulations Regarding Influenza Vaccines for Students

Per Massachusetts Department of Public Health, the Influenza vaccine (Flu shot) will be required by December 31st, 2020 for all children older than 6 months who are enrolled in:

Child Care
Colleges and Universities

There are exemptions to this requirement for very specific medical reasons or for religious reasons. … Continue reading

Growing our family.


As many of our patients are graduating out of pediatrics, we realize we have more room for babies in our practice. We want to make sure we have plenty of openings for our current patient, so we’ll be starting slowly. … Continue reading