At St. Joseph Hospital Pediatrics, we offer a range of services to meet the needs of your child at every stage of their life, from birth to college. Our team of board-certified pediatricians are highly skilled and experienced in providing expert medical care, counseling, and support to children and their families.
We provide a comprehensive range of medical services for children, encompassing well-child examinations, preventative vaccinations, developmental assessments, specialized newborn care, allergy treatments, and sports physicals. In addition to these services, we also focus on behavioral health and chronic illness management, offering expert consultation and customized care plans.
Preparing for Appointments
We encourage you to be present for your child’s appointments to best provide medical information and signatures for immunizations. In the event that you must send your child with another adult, a permission to treat form is required. If a parent or guardian is not present, immunizations may need to be deferred.
For New Patients
Are you seeking a reliable pediatrician for your child? Whether you are new to the area or simply looking for a new pediatrician, we warmly welcome you to St. Joseph Hospital Pediatrics in New Hampshire. To schedule an appointment, please call us at (603) 884-3007, or fill out a new patient form online below. We are excited to meet you and your child, and to develop a long-lasting relationship in optimizing your child’s health.
To make access to pediatric care easier for you, St. Joseph Hospital Pediatrics has three convenient locations in Nashua, South Nashua, and Milford, New Hampshire. Each location is staffed with experienced and committed board-certified pediatricians who are committed to providing high-quality care to your child.
Extended & Weekend Services
At St. Joseph Hospital Pediatrics in New Hampshire, we know that illness can strike at any time, which is why we offer extended hour at one of our Nashua locations. We are open Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, from 5:30pm to 8:00pm, as well as Saturdays, from 8:00am to 4:00pm. When calling about an ill child, please be prepared to tell us how long they have been sick for and what symptoms they are experiencing.