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Haddon Pediatric Group     

Pediatric Services

Our board-certified pediatricians offer comprehensive pediatric services that cover infancy to adulthood. When your baby is born, one of our pediatricians will come to Virtua Voorhees hospital to give your baby her first check-up. One of our physicians will be at the hospital each day to examine your baby and answer all of your questions.


Once you’re back home, our pediatricians or pediatric nurse practitioners will see your infant frequently for checkups over his first three years. At these first visits, the doctor or nurse practitioner will review all of your questions, discuss necessary immunizations, monitor your baby’s growth and examine her from head to toe.


As your child gets older,  we’ll see him annually for check-ups. The pediatrician will still monitor your child’s growth, conduct a full exam, and recommend important immunizations. We’ll also help you navigate common pediatric problems, such as school issues or sports injuries.


In between your annual check-ups, we have appointment slots available every day for illnesses. Whether it’s a new fever, a rash, ear pain, or any other concern, one of our pediatricians or pediatric nurse practitioners are available.


Our general pediatricians work closely with the Pediatric Emergency Department and Pediatric Inpatient Team at Virtua Voorhees Hospital. Those units are both staffed by Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) at Virtua physicians. Our physicians can facilitate visits to the pediatric emergency department as well as direct admissions to the inpatient unit. When your child is ready to be discharged home, our physicians are able to work with the emergency and hospital physicians to assure continuity of care from the hospital to the outpatient setting.


We also regularly communicate with pediatric specialists at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Nemours Alfred I. Dupont Hospital for Children, St. Christopher's Hospital for Children, and Cooper University Hospital to help maintain continuity of care for children admitted to and discharged from their hospitals.