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Alert! - Summer Hours


We hope you are enjoying some vacation time with your family this summer! Our doctors and staff are as well. Due to vacation schedules, occasionally we have limited evening hours. Please call the office during the day whenever possible. After hours there is always a physician on call who is happy to assist you and also arrange to see ill children on weekends and holidays. Please call the doctor on call before heading to Urgent Care or the ER. Thank you and enjoy your summer!

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Welcome to our practice!

Kressley Pediatrics NCAQ Medical Home Thank you for your interest in our practice. Kressly Pediatrics offers a unique blend of high-quality medical care, personalized interactions and leading edge electronic technology. Our overwhelming success confirms that families share our values. We are committed to providing a pleasant medical setting where children can feel comfortable and parents can feel confident that their children’s medical issues are handled thoroughly and professionally.

Our physicians are committed to maintaining a small, personalized practice where we can develop an ongoing relationship with our patient families. We intentionally limit practice growth so that we are able to accomplish our practice goals.

If you are new to our practice, please note that personalized care is the focus of every patient encounter. Our staff answers the phone directly; there is no automated attendant. We believe that our focus should be on our patients. At the same time, we use cutting edge technology (web site, email access, electronic medical records) to improve office efficiency and give parents convenient access to commonly requested information such as vaccination records, appointment and referral requests, prescription refills and school/camp forms.

Thank you for your interest and support. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Susan J. Kressly, MD, FAAP
Karen W. David, MD, FAAP
Sharon Sowinski-Mueller, DO, FAAP
Maria M. Mahoney, MD, FAAP

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