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Community Pediatrics of Milford

229 East Main Street

Milford, MA 01757

Phone: 508-634-7333

Fax: 508-482-5436

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Community Pediatrics of Milford

At Community Pediatrics of Milford, we specialize in the care of children from birth to the age of eighteen. The mission of our entire staff is to know your child personally and to build a strong relationship with your whole family. The care that we give in this office includes well-child care, preventive medicine and the treatment of acute illnesses. Well-child care encompasses regular physical exams, immunizations and monitors your child’s growth and development. During routine office visits, you are free to discuss your concerns about nutrition, behavior, safety, school performance or other issues. Ideally, well-child care begins with a visit to our office during your pregnancy; however, we welcome first-time visits from children and adolescents of all ages. Adolescence can sometimes be a time filled with unique health concerns and challenges. Teenagers who come to Community Pediatrics of Milford will feel comfortable knowing that our staff care about them and understand their special concerns. 

Covid-19 Vaccine:

In Massachusetts, everyone ages 16 and up, regardless of medical history, is now eligible to receive the Covid 19 vaccine. 

We are recommending that all patients 16 years and older receive the Covid 19 vaccine.  If you have questions regarding the Covid 19 vaccine and your child, please call your pediatrician’s office.  If your child has a history of an allergic reaction to any prior vaccine, please call the office to discuss whether your child should receive the Covid 19 vaccine.

To sign your child up for the vaccine, please visit https://vaccinesignup.mass.gov/#/   

Some commonly asked questions:

My child has already had the covid 19 infection, should they still receive the vaccine?
Yes! There is not enough research to know how long people are immune from covid 19 after they have an infection, but some early evidence shows that natural immunity may not last very long.  People who have gotten sick from covid 19 can still benefit from getting the vaccine.

Where can my child go to receive the vaccine?
The vaccine is only available through appointments at the scheduling website (https://vaccinesignup.mass.gov/#/). If your child is 16 or 17 years old, they can only receive the Pfizer vaccine.  The scheduling website will only allow 16 and 17 year olds to make an appointment at a site that offers the Pfizer vaccine.  If your child is 18 years or older, they can receive either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine. We do not have the covid 19 vaccine in the office.

Is the Covid 19 vaccine safe?
Yes! The technology used to make the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines has been in development for almost two decades, and was designed to respond quickly to a pandemic such as covid 19.  The most common side effects from the vaccines are pain at the injection site, body aches, headache or fever, lasting for a day or two.

Please call the office if you have any other questions, and as always, thank you for entrusting us with the health of your child!

Weekend Urgent Care, After Hours and Emergencies

We encourage our parents and patients to call during office hours so that we have access to your child's medical record. However, after hours, for emergency calls please call 508-634-7333 and the provider on call will return your call shortly. Urgent Care Visits for Pediatric Patients will be available on weekends from 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Saturday and Sunday Location:
Community Pediatrics of Milford
229 East Main Street
Milford, MA 01757

You must call the on-call provider and they will determine if the patient needs to be seen for Saturday/Sunday hours. In a life-threatening emergency, call 911 immediately.

 

Referrals

When your child needs to see a specialist and your insurance requires a referral from your pediatrician, please call our office at least 48 hours before the appointment with the specialist. This will allow us sufficient time to process the referral.

 

Medical Records

If you need a copy of your medical record, please download our Medical Record Release Form.  Print, complete, and return it to Milford Regional Physician Group via mail or fax as indicated on the form.

 

Insurance

We are providers for most medical insurance plans. Because there are a wide variety of insurance options, please contact your insurance company directly to make sure your doctor accepts your plan.  We provide equal access to our patients regardless of the source of payment. If you are insured, please remember to bring your insurance card with you when you visit our office. We must validate your insurance at each visit. Your co-payment is due at the time of your visit. We accept check, Mastercard, Visa, Discover and American Express.  If you are uninsured, please visit the Massachusetts Health Connector website.


​Hospital Affiliations

Our primary hospital is Milford Regional Medical Center


The Milford Regional Physician Group Network of Doctors​

Community Pediatrics of Milford is a Milford Regional Physician Group facility. Milford Regional Physician Group is a physicians’ practice group serving the healthcare needs of residents in MetroWest and the Blackstone Valley. Our physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners practice primary and specialty medicine in office locations within Bellingham, Franklin, Hopedale, Hopkinton, Medway, Mendon, Milford, Northbridge and Upton. For a free guide to our many fine healthcare providers, please call 508-473-1480.

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