Dr. Jeffrey S. Feldman

Welcome to the pediatric practice of Dr. Jeffrey Feldman.

We focus on healthy habits and the prevention of medical problems to help children grow and develop. As a solo pediatrician, Dr. Feldman is able to provide individualized and comprehensive care. He performs all office visits, is involved in all discussions, and diagnoses, treats and manages any concerns which arise. Over time he builds relationships with patients and families, making it possible to provide exceptional care and give them personalized advice.

If you are new to our practice, we invite you to get to know us better. We will be dedicated to help you take care of your children. We look forward to having you join us.

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Call Us First!

Many families use the Emergency Room or Urgent Care Centers after office hours for medical care. We would like patients and families to be aware that Dr.Feldman is on call most days and nights to answer questions and to guide families when they have accidental injuries, sudden onset of illness or encounter new situations about which the family needs advice.  At night or weekends there is always a pediatrician on call to answer questions and to discuss any problems which are occurring. For some problems we will recommend the ER, but for others will suggest home remedies, some will require an office visit the next day, and other patients may need orders sent to the hospital or a prescription sent to a pharmacy. We can determine this only when we have a conversation.  We can help to guide you in the right direction, saving you time and sometimes money and often hassles.   Please call (781) 662-4560 whenever you are unsure what to do for your child.  Call us first, unless it is truly an emergency which cannot wait 15 minutes; in that situation call 911.