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Your Child’s Medical Home!

As of 11/01/2020, Buffalo Pediatrics will no longer accept new patients who do not plan to vaccinate their children.


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Telehealth Appointments Are Available!

If you have concerns about your child, it is now possible to schedule an appointment for a secure video call with your regular Buffalo Pediatrics providers over your smartphone or computer. Please call our office at for more information.

We recognize the this is a challenging time for all of us and we are here to help meet the health and wellness needs of your children as best as we can and we strive to protect your family and our Buffalo Peds Staff. We will update any changes on our website, Facebook page, and through the Patient Portal.

Please contact the office for more details if you are interested in this socially distant option.

Be Well, Be Kind, Do Good.

We are thrilled that you have chosen our practice to serve your pediatric needs.  Buffalo Pediatric Associates has a long-held standing in Western New York meeting the pediatric primary care needs of our community.  Since 1972, we have operated in the center city of Buffalo and in the Northtowns.  We welcome all patients from birth through 21 years of age.  We accept most insurances and offer evening and weekend appointments.  We specialize in pediatric primary care, lactation consultation for newborns and moms, chronic diseases, such as asthma, childhood obesity and nutrition, ADD/ADHD and childhood wellness and development.  We strive to be your pediatric patient-center medical home!

Buffalo Pediatric Associates is a proud supporter of LGBTQ+ community.




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New Telehealth Visits

New Telehealth Visits

Buffalo Pediatrics has Video Visits! If you have concerns about your child, it is now possible to schedule an appointment for a secure video call with your regular Buffalo Pediatrics providers over your smartphone or computer.  We are also still open at both locations to see your child for in-person visits as well.



To make sure that you, your entire family and our staff are safe, new office policies have been put in place. Here are changes you should know about should your child need care. Our priority is your family’s safety!!

It is important to keep your child healthy as she/he grows. Continuing immunizations and other well care is essential.
We kindly request that only one healthy adult accompany your child to their appointment. We will continue to see three children at most per well child checkup. It is essential that you and your child/children are not experiencing any sickness at this time when coming in for well child checkups. NO fever, cough, runny nose, congestion, vomiting or diarrhea.

To keep everyone safe and our office site secure, anyone with COVID-19 symptoms cannot be seen in our office. We need to determine the best place for your child to be seen. Your child may just need a COVID-19 test. We can help you find the most current available COVID-19 testing sites. In other cases, an urgent care site or a hospital Emergency Department. Please call our office so together we can decide the best place for your child to be seen.

COVID-19 screening questions are asked prior to your child’s appointment, not at the time of scheduling. Please expect to be contacted prior to your appointment. When you arrive at our office, you will be asked to sit in your car until your child’s appointment.

Evening sessions are now open as an option. TeleHealth appointments are also available for some appointment types.

We are constantly monitoring the situation. We may need to make additional changes to make sure that everyone stays safe and gets the best care possible. These are very difficult times causing great worry for everyone, particularly families with children. We are doing all we can to help you through this crisis.