Pediatrix

at Two Locations: I-17/Bell Rd & I-17/Happy Valley Rd, Phoenix United States

Please visit our website:http://pediatrixmd.com/


Pediatrix
Two Locations: I-17/Bell Rd & I-17/Happy Valley Rd
Phoenix , AZ
United States
Contact Phone
P: (602) 866-0550
Website
http://pediatrixmd.com/

Opening time

  • Mondays: 08:00- 18:00
  • Tuesdays: 08:00- 18:00
  • Wednesdays: 08:00- 18:00
  • Thursdays: 08:00- 18:00
  • Fridays: 08:00- 18:00
  • Saturdays: 08:00- 11:30
  • Sundays: 08:00- 11:30

Reviews for Pediatrix

Kelly S.

Pediatrix Physicians are amazing but the billing, insurance, and customer service departments are all horrific. They have been balance billing us for over... Read more

Olya S.

Kids come here so expect things to be a little dirty and a little crazy, but who cares! If I need to wait 3 hours for a great doctor, I will. People... Read more

DavidandBeth S.

We have been going to Pediatrix for 16 years with our 3 kids. We trust them to treat them and keep them all medically sound. Dr Serbin is great with our son... Read more
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Published on 2014-09-22 04:25:56 GMT

This is from Dr. Montion: Please share this to all friends who have little ones or non-swimmers. I am a Pediatrician and somewhat of a helicopter mom. I watched my 3 1/2 year old son nearly drown on the Fourth of July. The lessons I've learned are below but the number one thing is that it's not good enough to just watch your kids around water. On the Fourth of July I was watching Dylan constantly while standing on the shore of a "Mother's beach" which is a roped off shallow lagoon specifically for young kids. I watched him run and chase other little toddlers in knee-high water. He started following some bigger girls who were walking out further into the water but it was still shallow so I just watched him. The girls were bear crawling around the water with Dylan right behind them. Suddenly Dylan's head was almost completely underwater; I could only see the top of his head and he wasn't getting up. I started running as fast as I could into the water screaming at the girls to turn around and get him. I was well over 100 yards away ---too far. Fortunately one of the girls focused on me and turned around to pick him up out of the water. I had no idea there was a drop off there. If the girls hadn't paid attention to my screaming towards them I am fairly certain I would be resuscitating Dylan on the shore of that beach. The event replays in my mind over and over. It haunts me to think of the possibilities. So, my lessons learned: 1) you truly must be within arm's reach from your kids at all times when they are in the water and are not strong swimmers; 2) we should always fully explore the area where our little ones will be playing; 3) our eyes have to be constantly watching our kids near the water which means no Facebook, no phone, no book reading if we have non-swimmers or little ones in the water. I wish you the safest fun times around the water and hope that you take my scary experience to heart when people say it can happen in a second, quietly and to anyone. By the way, Dylan's been taking swim lessons for months but hasn't yet gotten the hang of it. And, we get lifeguards for our home's pool parties yearly. A great reliable private lifeguard service in town is "Professional Lifeguards" Doug Thomas 602-748-8709, professionallifeguards.com. I've used them for years.

Published on 2014-07-09 04:02:01 GMT

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