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Doctors Park Pediatrics

At Doctors Park Pediatrics, a department of Elliot Hospital, we're dedicated to providing a caring, family-centered approach and a total commitment to the healthy development and growth of your child. Personal attention and care is given to children of every age, at every stage of development. This includes well-child care and pre-birth consultations.

We monitor each child's emotional and physical development through childhood and adolescence, so we can advise you on your child's health and behavior, as well as on parenting skills.


Influenza Vaccine Information Sheet
Common Sense (Non Vaccine) Ways to Prevent Illness from Flu and Cold Viruses
Saturday Flu Clinics for Patients of Elliot Physician Network
Adult Influenza Vaccine Patient Questionnaire
Pediatric Influenza Vaccine Patient Questionnaire

At Doctors Park Pediatrics, a department of Elliot Hospital, we're dedicated to providing a caring, family-centered approach and a total commitment to the healthy development and growth of your child. Personal attention and care is given to children of every age, at every stage of development. This includes well-child care and pre-birth consultations.

We monitor each child's emotional and physical development through childhood and adolescence, so we can advise you on your child's health and behavior, as well as on parenting skills.

Office hours

Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday from 8:00am-4:30pm
Sunday from 9:00am to 3:00pm
We provide 24-hour nurse triage services. One of our Physicians is always available for emergencies.

Our team of highly trained Registered Nurses are also available after hours for general questions or to help you address healthcare concerns. They work closely with our on call physician to assist you 24 hours a day.

News

Congratulations to Doctors Park Pediatrics for achieving 90% or above immunization rate!

New Hampshire ranks 4th in the country for immunization rates. The state immunization rate for children
19-35 months of age with the 43133 Series is 86.8%. This series is comprised of four doses of DtaP;
three dose of Polio, one dose of MMR, and three doses of Hib and Hepatitis B.

Congratulations to all providers who have worked so hard to improve immunization rates!

Source: Immunization News, Spring/Summer 2004