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FedUp Movie Screening FedUp Movie Screening and Discussion.   Read More
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Free Parenting Class Thursday, October 2nd, 2014 6:30-7:30pm Read More
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Meet our doctors From their favorite sports teams to their favorite ice cream, learn more about our providers!  Read More
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New patients We are excited to see you in our office! All of our physicians and midlevel providers are accepting new patients.  Read More
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Welcome To Pediatric Partners

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ped partners jump 2013cOur professional team of board certified pediatricians, nurse practitioners and physician assistant, licensed nursing staff and committed front office staff members offers a high standard of care to our patients from birth through college. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality pediatric care using evidenced based medicine and following the guidelines of the American Academy of Pediatrics. We offer office hours six days a week, including walk in hours as well as scheduled appointments, with easy access and parking in our fabulous location.

Many parents find that our website resources such as information about vaccines, common illnesses and injuries, and school/camp forms are invaluable. It is easy to register each of your children on this site to allow secure messaging, online bill payment, and appointment requests- just look in the purple tab at the top of this page. Be sure to also sign up for our  newsletter by entering your email address in the orange box on the right. We might use this for emergent messaging in addition to our quarterly newsletter so you will know if our office must unexpectantly close or there is other important news. We will never sell your information and we promise to not overload your in box with frequent messages!

News

  • FluMist Only Flu Clinic- Tuesday, September 23rd - NOW FULL!

     

    THIS CLINIC IS NOW FULL! PLEASE KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR THE NEXT ONE!

    Your child must have had a well visit at Pediatric Partners in the past year in order to participate in this flu clinic. If you have not had a well visit please call

  • In mid-August Children’s Mercy Hospitals noticed an increase in the number and severity of admissions due to respiratory distress that appeared to be triggered by a respiratory virus. It was determined that the virus causing symptoms is enterovirus D68.