Current Environment:

Update to office masking policy:

  • All patients and staff with any symptoms must mask
  • Even without symptoms, if you are more comfortable masking, you are welcome to do so
  • Staff may also mask at their discretion in patient exam rooms 

Reckitt/Mead Johnson Nutrition Voluntarily Recalls Select Batches of Nutramigen Hypoallergenic Infant Formula Powder Because of Possible Health Risk

KinderFarms has issued a recall of their pain and fever products due to acetaminophen instability.

For more information please visit this page.

PNW medication and dosing chart

If you have ibuprofen (Motrin/Advil) or acetaminophen (Tylenol) dosing questions, please refer to the chart linked below. As a reminder, children should NOT use aspirin as a fever reducer. Aspirin given to a child with a viral illness can cause gastrointestinal symptoms and even lead to Reye's Syndrome, which is associated with brain damage and liver function problems. Additionally, ibuprofen should only be given to children over 6 months of age. If you ever have questions about the safety of a medication, please let us know.

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From the Triage Desk

Helping to address common questions and concerns related to your child's health


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Our kind, caring staff of board-certified pediatricians and experienced nurse practitioners warmly welcomes you to Pediatrics at Newton Wellesley, a member of the Boston Children’s Hospital Primary Care Alliance. Since 1996, we have focused on the evolving treatment needs of families in our practice. Our patient-centered, research-driven care draws families from throughout Massachusetts and beyond.  In 2023, our practice was awarded NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home Recognition for our comprehensive approach to care, where patient families, internal providers, and outside specialties collaborate for best possible outcomes. This approach promotes continuity of care and encompasses all the patient's needs, including medical, academic, and social/emotional. 

Our practice operates out of two convenient locations. Our primary location is at Newton-Wellesley Hospital and our second location is in Newton Corner.  We serve families MetroWest and beyond.

Through Telehealth, we treat a wide variety of office visit needs — and they’re currently covered by most insurance plans in the state of Massachusetts. Give us a call and we can walk you through this easy process or click here to learn more.

At PNW we take pride in ensuring that our families know our staff by name. For over 24 years, it has been our privilege to provide the best in preventive and acute care for our patients. We aim to be lifelong partners in your child’s health.

Two convenient locations

Newton-Wellesley Hospital location

2000 Washington Street
Green Building, Suite 466
Newton, MA 02462


Newton Corner location

299 Washington Street
Suite 105
Newton Corner, MA 02458

Office hours

Monday to Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: 8 a.m. to noon*

All visits by appointments only.

*At our Newton-Wellesley Hospital location only.

Appointment guidelines

As of 4/28/2021, we are now allowing up to two parents or caregivers to accompany patients to appointments.

Our services

Our practice uses a team approach. Physicians and nurse practitioners work together to help provide the best care for our patients.


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Pediatrics at Newton Wellesley and Boston Children’s Hospital will always be communities built around respect — towards our patients, families and each other. We support and believe in the mission of improved global health for all children, and we will continue to provide a safe and welcoming environment for all who share in that mission, from all backgrounds.


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