We are hosting a Diaper Drive to benefit Operation Hope. June 5 – June 22 Operation Hope is having a difficult time keeping up with the demand, and diapers can be costly to our neighbors in need. All sizes … Continue reading →
PHA docs voted America’s TOP DOCTORS in Pediatrics and Pediatric Infectious Disease, Pediatric Endocrinology and Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine! Dr. Robert Chessin – General Pediatrics; Dr. Nimrod Dayan – Pediatric Infectious Disease; Dr. Patty Eagan – Pediatric Endocrinology; Dr. Rick Freedman – … Continue reading →
Dr. Rick Freedman attended the March for Babies at Jennings Beach in Fairfield yesterday to support his adorable patient Virginia Kent.
Good news! Our Shelton office renovation is completed and open to see patients. We are so excited to be back in our beautiful new space and put all the amazing upgrades to work for you. We had a ribbon cutting … Continue reading →
Get Healthy Walk ‘N Talk is a 6 week community walking series where the community is invited to take a walk with local healthcare professionals on Saturday mornings at Seaside Park from 9:00am to 10:30am. We are so excited that … Continue reading →
Thank you so much for all the wonderful donations of arts and crafts supplies. Dr. Jalkut personally delivered all the items to Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. It is through the generosity of our patients, doctors and staff that will brighten … Continue reading →
On Friday, April 6th we will be starting renovations in our Shelton office to enlarge and upgrade our facilities for the benefit of our patients and families. We are very excited about the new improvements, however it means that for … Continue reading →
For Local Hospitalized Children If you are interested in making a donation it is very important that you buy exactly what is listed below in order to comply with the safety and infection control guidelines. All items must be NEW … Continue reading →
Health, Fitness and Fun for the entire family on Sunday, March 11th. You don’t want to miss this FREE event so mark your calendars today!
We would like our families to know that we are experiencing an unusually high volume of calls during this sick season. Some days, our phones are overwhelmed, especially in the morning hours. We have increased our staff, and we hope … Continue reading →