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Welcome to Pediatric Specialists, Your Pediatrician in Foxboro and Wrentham, Massachusetts.

Welcome To Pediatric Specialists. This site is intended to be both informative and educational, a valuable resource for our patients and all of our visitors.

Pediatric Specialists is proud of its staff of excellent and up to date providers. All our providers are certified by their respective boards and meet and exceed the requirements for continuing medical education to maintain licensure as well as board approval. These standards help assure that your children receive the most up to date and knowledgeable care available.

Our providers and staff live in the communities that Pediatric Specialists serve and many of their children attend or are graduates of the local school systems. This local presence gives the providers and staff at Pediatric Specialists the ability to effectively serve and anticipate your child's needs regarding school issues and regional services.

With most of our providers and staff living in the surrounding towns (Mansfield, Norton, North Attleboro, Attleboro, Sharon, Norfolk, Walpole, along with Foxborough and Wrentham) we hopefully are aware of most of the local issues and happenings which might impact on your child's health.

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8:00 AM-8:00 PM


8:00 AM-8:00 PM


8:00 AM-8:00 PM


8:00 AM-8:00 PM


8:00 AM-5:00 PM


Phones turn on at 8:30 AM. Patients are seen either in Foxborough or at our covering practice in Norwood.


Phones turn on at 8:30 AM. Patients are seen either in Foxborough or at our covering practice in Norwood.

Our Walk-In clinic has resumed!  We are now offering Walk-In appointments Monday - Friday in the Foxboro office from 8 AM - 9 AM.  If you would like your child to be seen at walk-in we ask that you text our main number (508) 543-6306 on arrival to be entered into the queue to be seen. At this time we will not schedule walk-in appointments by phone. Please note that walk-in appointments are for acute care sick visits only such as sore throat, fever, cough and cold symptoms. If we feel that your reason for being seen is not suitable for a walk-in appointment (e.g., stomach ache, head ache, chronic conditions) we will schedule your child into an appointment slot that allows for the necessary time and resources.


What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "One of the best pediatricians I’ve ever dealt with. They think of everything. They have a nurse always available to talk through your child symptoms. Communication is so easy with the gateway system. They have staff that help you with getting into specialists and referrals. I have a medically involved kiddo and they were so helpful! Thank you! I move a lot and still haven’t found a pediatrician office like this one."
  • "Wish I could give a 10 all the doctor's and nurses here are the best the front desk ladies are always so pleasant. They always explain things to me even when I get frustrated because I don't like to see my kids sick. I couldn't ask for a better Drs office if anyone wants a.great Dr go there they all are great."
  • "Staff is amazing- so polite and helpful. We’re always able to get same day appointments for our baby and toddler. They also have nurses who call you back for any issues if you have questions. The front desk staff are very helpful. Due to covid you can wait in your car for sick visits which is so easy."
    - Nora