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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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  • Headache - Stress Related

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  • Soft Spot in Babies - Normal

    The soft spot is a diamond shaped area on the top of the head. The medical name for this non-bony spot is the anterior fontanel. There’s another much smaller fontanel in back. It may be harder to find. ...

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  • Swallowed Harmless Substance

    Your child swallowed an unusual but harmless substance. Your doctor told you it was harmless. It was not a solid object that could get caught in the throat or esophagus. It was not a poison, chemical or drug. ...

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  • Heart Rate Fast - Normal Causes

    Your child’s heart rate (HR) sometimes speeds up. It seems too fast. The medical name for this is tachycardia. Most of the time, your child’s HR seems normal. ...

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  • Nose Foreign Body Removal

    Child put a foreign body (FB) in their nose. The child tells the parent or the parent see a strange object in child’s nose. Your doctor or nurse says it is safe to try to remove it at home. That’s only helpful for small, harmless objects. ...

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  • Fainting - Prevention

    Fainting is a sudden loss of consciousness and falling down. A return to being awake and alert happens within a minute or so. Also called passing out or blacking out. The medical name for fainting is syncope. This handout can help you prevent the most common types of fainting. ...

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  • Straining and Grunting Baby - Normal

    Grunting, straining and pushing to pass a stool. This is normal during the first 3 months. Babies are learning how to get the poop out. Doctors call this the grunting baby syndrome ...

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  • Jellyfish Sting

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Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 AM-8:00 PM

Tuesday:

8:00 AM-8:00 PM

Wednesday:

8:00 AM-8:00 PM

Thursday:

8:00 AM-8:00 PM

Friday:

8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Saturday:

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

Sunday:

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

Our In Person Walk-In Clinic is currently on hold due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.  We currently offer same day acute care sick appointments, virtual sick visits.  We also have virtual visit availability Monday - Thursday evenings, from 6: 00 PM - 8:00 PM for virtual Walk-In, pre-scheduled sick appointments and medication follow up visits.

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