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Parsippany Pediatrics

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Welcome to Advocare Parsippany Pediatrics!



Please help us welcome Fred Kobylarz, a medical student working with us on Thursdays from September 13, 2018 through June 20, 2019.  For more information, click here.

We have FLU VACCINES for our patients to protect against the coming 2018-2019 influenza epidemic.  Flu vaccines are recommended for every child who is at least 6 months of age.  Check out this link from the CDC for details about why (you and) your child should receive a flu vaccine.  Bottom line:   flu vaccination saves children's lives.
The injectable flu vaccination ("flu shot") is the recommended vaccine for this season, not the nasal mist vaccine ("FluMist").  For more information about this recommendation please see this statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics. If you remain interested in your child receiving the FluMist (again, not the first choice for protection against influenza), please review the Contraindications Questionnaire that will need to be completed when assessing eligibility for administration. Lastly, since the FluMist is not the recommended method to protect our patients, will not be routinely stocked in our office.  However,  it will be made available by special order upon request (provided no contraindications exist).

Advocare Parsippany Pediatrics serves families with state-of-the-art care for children from birth through young adulthood. Established in 1978, we take pride in delivering pediatric care that is prompt, attentive, and personalized to meet your family’s needs.  Our team includes four board-certified pediatricians, a pediatric nurse practitioner, and nursing and office staff all dedicated to making you and your children feel welcome and comfortable in our office.

Our comprehensive care begins in the newborn nursery and continues with ongoing checkups. During these “well visits” we monitor growth, nourishment, and physical, developmental, and emotional progress. When children are ill, same-day appointments are available so that children may be evaluated promptly.  We offer early-evening appointments four weekdays each week and keep our phones open to parents through lunchtime.    For children experiencing complex medical issues, we coordinate care with excellent specialists to manage chronic or critical conditions.  In the event that children require hospitalization, Dr. Alan Koenigsberg, Dr. Daniel Kahn, Dr. Adam Handler, and Dr. Jennifer Lam are all on staff at Goryeb Children’s Hospital at Morristown Medical Center, where our commitment to high quality healthcare includes patient care as well as training medical students and pediatric residents.  Janel Post, APN, a nurse practitioner on our team at Advocare Parsippany Pediatrics for over 10 years, is certified to provide lactation consultations to support our breastfeeding patients.  

We appreciate your fears and understand the challenges of raising children. You may find answers to many questions about children’s health and development on our informative website, which also includes Useful Links to other valuable resources. If you need personal assistance, please contact us. 

For more than three decades, it has been our privilege to be entrusted by families with their children’s well-being. Our goal is to partner with parents to provide the best possible pediatric care in the most comforting environment. We are here to heal your children whenever possible, protect them from preventable diseases and injuries, comfort them when they are in need, direct you toward resources that you may find useful, ensure that your child’s full potential is reached, and help you enjoy your role as a parent. We look forward to welcoming you to the Advocare Parsippany Pediatrics family.


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Healthy Tips  A new parenting site from the American Academy of Pediatrics

What is the Flu (Influenza)? How can I prevent the flu from spreading? Who should get the flu vaccine? The following are answers to these and other questions about the flu. Read on to learn more about the influenza virus.