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At the Center for Advanced Pediatrics (TCFAP) we believe pediatrics isn’t just about children’s health, but about caring for the entire family every step of the way. We offer innovative programs, like a staffed pediatric urgent care, breastfeeding friendly pediatricians and lactation consultants, travel medicine, parenting classes, behavioral/mental health support, and nutrition. We set national standards for pediatric primary care and medical home integration.
We invite you to visit our state of the art offices where our focus is to provide a friendly and inviting environment for children of all ages. With our easy to use portal, families have unparalleled access to their child’s records and visits as well as the ability to email their pediatrician directly through their portal. We strive to make your entire experience with TCFAP positive in addition to getting the best possible care for your family. We accept most insurance plans including State Husky & Medicaid programs for primary care, specialty care and at our on-site, after-hours urgent care center open early/late and weekends. Learn more about joining the TCFAP family here.
It’s National Breastfeeding Month! Our Center for Advanced Pediatrics providers can support your breastfeeding journey in many ways. Parents may wonder if, with work and personal commitments that may cut breastfeeding time short, it’s worth doing at all. We’re here...Read More
With rising obesity rates in children and teens in the U.S., the opposite problem, children losing too much weight, may not be considered a major concern. However, anorexia nervosa rates have also been rising, since 1930, and can ruin a...Read More