Our practice is
committed to the health care of children and adolescents from birth through age 19 years. We believe in partnering with
parents so that the highest quality of care is provided while meeting the child's physical and emotional needs. The
wealth of experience found in our providers and staff offers a warm, friendly environment for caring and personalized
attention to your family.
In addition to excellent
medical care, Village Pediatrics offers a variety of comprehensive services to meet your child's needs:
2015 - 2016 Flu Season
To learn more about this year's flu season, click on the link below.
The Flu & You: What You Should Know
Behavioral Health Services
Dr. Yarelis Matos, licensed pediatric psychologist, and Desiree Gillpatrick LICSW provide our patients with access
to compassionate diagnostic, therapeutic and counseling services for youth with ADHD, behavior problems, depression, anxiety,
OCD and other conditions.
Youth Activity and Fitness Center
Our new building contains a 1000 square-foot Active
Family Fitness Center run in collaboration with the Old Colony YMCA. Here kids and families can have great
fun while learning strategies to improve health through exercise and nutrition with the help of a certified personal trainer.
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Using the secure patient portal, you will be able to:
- Communicate with Village Pediatrics securely and efficiently.
- Review your statement.
- Manage your personal information.
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A proud member of the Pediatrics Physician's
Organization at Children's
What makes the PPOC unique
is its sole and comprehensive focus on pediatrics that brings together the collective expertise of its member pediatricians,
pediatric medical groups and pediatric specialists at Children's Hospital Boston. Our mutual commitment to delivering
the highest quality patient care to our patients and their families makes this an ideal partnership. For more information,
click on the link above.
Village Pediatrics participates in the Reach Out and Read Program
Studies show that more than one-third of American children enter kindergarten without
the fundamental language skills that they need to learn how to read. Reach Out and Read is a non-profit organization
that has partnered with doctors nationwide to promote early literacy by providing children with new books during their regular
pediatric check-ups and giving advice to parents about the importance of reading aloud. For more information, click
on the link above.