Woodmere Office
Phone: 516-295-1200
Fax: 516-295-1207

Bellmore Office
Phone: 516-295-1200
Fax: 516-679-5340

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Thank you for choosing us for your children's healthcare needs. Since its beginning thirty years ago, Pediatric Healthcare of LI has been devoted to providing the highest level of medical care to infants, young children and adolescents. We are committed to making each of your visits as pleasant as possible, offering:

  • extensive office hours
  • friendly & helpful staff
  • play area for kids
  • comfortable waiting & exam rooms

If you're looking for accessible pediatric care, a child–friendly environment, and a responsive team of pediatricians, then look no further. We love kids, and our goal is to have a positive impact in the lives of children by providing exceptional health care and compassionate service to the families we serve. At Pediatric Healthcare of LI we function as a team, providing coordinated, comprehensive, full-time care to our patients, including:

  • preventive medicine
  • injury prevention
  • anticipatory guidance
  • nutrition advice
  • developmental pediatrics
  • adolescent healthcare

Positive reinforcement and wellness education are the hallmarks of our approach to our patient care. Our caring team is committed to providing quality service in a comfortable, safe office setting where children and parents can feel at ease. We look forward to a long-term partnership in your child's health.

Online resource & education center with lots of helpful information.

View the KidsDoc Symptom Checker from HealthyChildren.org


What's New?

Sept 26, 2016 - Follow this link to read our September 2016 Flu Vaccine Notice and learn about this year's vaccine, our flu clinics, and associated fees. 


The AAP Endorses Early Peanut Introduction for High-Risk Infants. 

"According to a new consensus statement from 10 medical organizations in Europe and the United States which was published in the AAP journal Pediatrics on August 31, parents should introduce peanut-containing foods into the diets of high-risk infants between 4 and 11 months of age. Delaying this introduction can be associated with an increased risk for peanut allergy.
Infants in this age group with severe eczema or egg allergy should have peanut skin testing and possibly in-office observed peanut ingestion, or both before introducing peanut at home." (Medscape. Aug 26, 2015)


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Our Mission
To foster a strong, long-term relationship with parents, children and adolescents in order to promote the health, development, safety and happiness of the families who choose us as their pediatricians.