Medical Specialties

General Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine


We provide hope, healing, and the best health care for children and their families.

Who we are

We are a team of board certified pediatricians, adolescent medicine physicians and resident doctors. We provide high quality, evidence based care in order to serve you best and to train the next generation of doctors the best ways to practice. Residents are doctors, who have graduated from medical school, and are completing their specialized training. At Phoenix Children’s Hospital, we have the only pediatric training program in the Valley. Many of our graduates have become leaders in the community and across the country. When you visit us, you will meet a medical student and/or resident physician at the start of your visit. Our attending physicians closely supervise all parts of your care. Our group’s philosophy is to use a medical home model, which we will describe below. We feel we have the best job because we get to interact with kids and families all day.

What is a Medical Home?

A medical home is health care that is easy to access, focused around your family, and respects your cultural needs. It means working with the same providers who will address your medical needs and work to ensure that you and your child are as healthy as possible.

Your Phoenix Children's Medical Home

You are the most important part of the health care team. We want you to feel welcome and be involved in all parts of your/ your child’s care. The doctors and staff at Phoenix Children’s Division of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine will help address your concerns and connect you to information and resources.

Clinic Hours

Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Same Day Sick Appointments

We strive to provide same day appointments so that your child may be assessed as quickly as possible when ill.

After Hours Nurse Triage Line

Available Nights, Weekends and Holidays.


Phone: (602) 933-0945
Fax: (602) 933-4263

1919 E Thomas Rd
Ambulatory Building, 2nd Floor
Phoenix, AZ 85016

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