New parents can attend an online prenatal visit with one of our pediatricians to get to know all about our offices and physicians and staff.
Meetings will be on various times and days of the week to accommodate most schedules.
To see dates and times and sign up to get an invitation to the online event, click here
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Pediatric Partners Office: 7301 W 133rd Street, Suite 102
2111 East Kansas City Road (inside Elite Sports Mall)
Office of Pediatric Partners - Overland Park
for location information.
When will we be seen at the hospital?
We see babies at the following hospitals:
- Menorah Medical Center
- Overland Park Regional Medical Center
- Advent Health - Shawnee Mission
- St. Luke's South Hospital only through June 2020. As of July 1, 2020, we will no longer see patients at this location.
- Olathe Medical Center - coming soon!
If you choose our office, be sure to let the hospital know who your pediatrician will be. The hospitals at which we are on staff call us after the baby is delivered.
One of the physicians will round daily in the hospital to check on your baby, see how feeding is going, and treat most problems that arise. Most babies are in the hospital 2-3 days and we see them on daily rounds to evaluate how they are feeding, how much weight loss they have, perform a physical exam, and discuss parental concerns.
What if we are not delivering at one of the hospitals you go to?
If you will be delivering at a hospital at which we do not have staff privileges, we can help to suggest a pediatrician to take care of your baby until discharge.
Please bring paperwork given on discharge to your first visit at our office. This may include your baby's birth weight, discharge weight, any lab values - such as bilirubin, screening results (such as hearing and cardiac screens) and any other information provided. This can help us learn about the hospital stay and continue care most effectively.
What if my baby is premature or sick?
We occasionally care for babies in the Newborn Intensive Care Nursery (NICU) if they are there for a short time and for minor issues. We have a relationship with the Neonatologists (specialists in sick and premature newborn care) at each of the hospitals so that they help care for the infants who are requiring more specialized care.
When do I bring my baby in for the first visit?
We do our initial in-office appointment 1-2 days after discharge from the hospital in most instances. This will be discussed on your discharge date from the hospital.
Weight checks are often frequently needed in the newborn period. After that routine well visits for the first year are at 1 month, 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 9 months and 12 months. For more see our Well Visit Pages