Our goal is to create a health care facility that not only provides quality pediatric health care but also promotes a welcoming, relaxed environment where children and their parents are encouraged to learn and actively participate in preventive health care and treatment.
We want patients and parents alike to have a healthy, positive experience, and our state-of-the-art facility is designed to put children and their parents at ease. The waiting room features a 125-gallon fish tank to soothe and entertain and our walls are covered with a wonderful display of colorful murals. Each room has a video screen that plays educational videos.
We are all board-certified pediatricians with membership in the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). We offer a friendly staff, separate waiting rooms for sick and well patients, convenient hours, and easy parking. We are currently accepting new patients.
Please call our office to schedule an appointment. If you must cancel an appointment, please call our office as soon as possible and we will be happy to reschedule a more convenient time for you. If you miss an appointment, we will charge a $40 no-show fee.
One of our physicians is always on call for emergencies. Please call our office to be put in touch with the on-call physician.
Health & Wellness Counseling Center
Our Health and Wellness Counseling Center specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of children and teens with behavioral, social, emotional and mental health issues, including anxiety, depression, phobias, disruptive behaviors, aggression, autism spectrum disorder, emotional disturbance, physical disability, poor peer relationships, and school avoidance and refusal. We also offer several support groups for children, teens and adults.
For more information or to make an appointment, please call the center directly at 845-496-1025.
The services provided by the Health and Wellness Counseling Center are covered by most insurance companies.
Services We Provide
Attention-deficit/hyperactive disorder, or ADHD, is a common neurobehavioral developmental disorder that starts during childhood. In fact, about 8-10 percent of school age children have ADHD.
Your child may need to be evaluated for ADHD if he or she:
- has difficulty focusing or sustaining attention on one activity
- is restless and has difficulty sitting still
- blurts out answers before hearing the whole question
- is constantly interrupting others
- has problems with organization
- frequently loses things
- has difficulty waiting for his or her turn (such as in a line or in a conversation)
- has difficulty following instructions
It is absolutely true that most children exhibit some of these behaviors some of the time; ADHD should be considered when these symptoms are more pronounced than in the child’s peers and have occurred for at least several months. ADHD should also be considered if your child is not progressing as expected in school, especially if his or her teacher is reporting daydreaming, excessive talking, or difficulty getting work done.
Stephanie Sosnowski, BS, ICCE, IBCLC, RLC, is available right in our office to work with expectant and nursing mothers and their babies. She will provide education about the many benefits of breastfeeding, teach breastfeeding positions and proper latch technique, help with breastfeeding issues or problems and address breastfeeding concerns, including breastfeeding for special needs babies.
Stephanie has more than 20 years of experience in perinatal and maternal-infant health care. Most recently, she has served as both the deputy director and the perinatal programs manager at the Maternal-Infant Services Network of Orange, Sullivan and Ulster Counties, Inc. She also has experience as a Women, Infants, & Children (WIC) breastfeeding peer counselor coordinator and trainer for the Orange County Department of Health.
Influenza, the flu, is a potentially severe and always miserable viral infection which occurs in epidemic form each winter. It is caused by a variety of strains of influenza A or influenza B that are constantly mutating and changing; in any given season there are generally two or three strains circulating and causing disease.
Our blood drawing station allows us to draw blood right here in the office, saving our patients the trip to a separate location for this service.
Policies & Resources
CHADIS is an interactive online screening tool designed to provide your children with the best care possible. CHADIS does this by assisting in the early diagnosis of developmental, social, emotional, and behavioral concerns as well as a variety of health risks that can be difficult to see during a typical visit. All responses are completely confidential and cannot be viewed by anyone except your doctor.
CHADIS will save you time during the office visit. You can tell us about any problems or concerns you want to discuss, provide us with your child’s medical history and background, and report on the progress of your child’s development.
In order for us to provide you and your child with the best care possible, we need you to use CHADIS before each visit. We will review the results of the questionnaires before your visit and be able to discuss any concerns you may have.