Welcome to Newton-Wellesley Family Pediatrics!
Located in Newton-Wellesley, MA our team is committed to providing the highest quality pediatric care for your family.
Founded over 20 years ago by Dr. Charles S. Brown, MD, FAAP, our employees have a total of 30 years of combined expertise, and we've seen over four thousand patients since then.
As an affiliate of Boston Children's Hospital, we are members of the Pediatric Physicians' Organization at Children's network.
Our family pediatric services
We offer a wide range of services in our Newton-Wellesley office. From prenatal care to care for college-aged patients, we offer appointments ranging from routine well-child visits to behavioral health coaching. We also offer:
- lab services and testing
- medical procedures
- pediatric screenings
- family education
- care coordination
Newton-Wellesley Family Pediatrics office hours
Monday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Thursday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m. to noon
Meet our family pediatricians
Our Newton-Wellesley team provides evidence-based care to each patient and family.
With five primary care physicians, four nurse practitioners, one behavior pediatrician, and one clinical psychologist, we pride ourselves on being a close-knit and clinically collaborative practice. Many of our patients have stayed with us over the years, enabling us to foster long-lasting and strong relationships with every family.
If your baby is born at Newton-Wellesley Hospital, our pediatricians will provide daily visits and medical care for your newborn.
Behavioral health services
As part of the Newton-Wellesley Family Pediatrics commitment to comprehensive family-centered care, we offer service to Dr. Charlie D. Brown: a licensed clinical psychologist who is currently providing in-house psychological services for patients of Newton-Wellesley Family Pediatrics, in Newton, MA.
Join the Newton-Wellesley Family!
All of our providers are taking new patients. Call us to schedule an appointment or ask any questions.
Latest news & updates
Welcome to our newest Newton-Wellesley Family Pediatrics Providers
Welcome Dr. Tripathi!
Dr. Tripathi grew up right here in Newton, Massachusetts.
She graduated from Amherst College with a degree in Anthropology, and taught for a year with the program City Year in New York City between college and medical school. She attended medical school at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia, where she participated in a curriculum specifically designed for physicians interested in barriers to healthcare and medically underserved populations. She completed her residency at Massachusetts General Hospital for Children, where she was involved in several research projects and local advocacy work.
She is passionate about barriers to health, adolescent mental health and newborn medicine, and as part of her residency training she became a Certified Lactation Counselor. Dr. Tripathi lives in Waltham with her husband and two young children, and loves reading and being outside.
Welcome Nicki Eastburn!
Nicki Eastburn (she/her/hers) is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker who is thrilled to get to know the families at Newton Wellesley Family Pediatrics.
Nicki has her B.A. from the University of Rhode Island where she played D1 softball, her MSW from Adelphi University, and her M.Ed from Fitchburg State University. Nicki is also a school social worker and utilizes Cognitive Based Therapy, and is solution focused in her clinical practice. Nicki is excited to work with new patients, including children, adolescents, adults, and families. Nicki’s clinical expertise includes depression and anxiety, LGBTQ+, gender expression, trauma, and school-based issues.
In her free time Nicki enjoys coaching all the sports that her kids play, traveling, and trying out new restaurants (new recommendations welcomed!). Nicki lives in Newton with her wife, two children, and dog.
January 13, 2021
Newton-Wellesley Family Pediatrics would like to update you on recent changes to federal billing guidelines. Effective January 1, 2021, the medical coding laws have changed. The new coding regulations outline a format for billing based on factors including medical decision making, complexity, and tests ordered.
For some medical problems, such as ear infections, you may find that this new coding system increases, decreases, or does not change at all the cost of the visit. We do not choose how much to charge for each visit; we are required to follow the new billing guidelines.
These changes to billing will also apply for any medical problems that are encountered and managed during the course of a well visit. For example, if your child’s asthma is reviewed at their well visit, there may be an additional charge associated with that visit.
Depending on your insurance, there may also be a copayment related to the charges for the medical problem. Well visits continue to have no associated copayment, but there may be a copayment added to your bill if medical problems are managed during the course of a well visit.
Please ask our billing department if you have any questions about your bill at 978-667-5230.