08 September 2015
Beginning Today, Sick Patients Can Be Seen Monday-Thursday Evenings In Westchester Health Pediatrics White Plains/Soundview Office
Katonah, NY, September 8, 2015 – Effective today, September 8, 2015, the White Plains/Soundview office of Westchester Health Pediatrics (WHP) is offering extended office hours for sick patient visits.
In addition to the regular Monday-Friday hours of 9:00am-5:00pm, the White Plains/Soundview office’s pediatricians will now see sick children Mondays through Thursdays from 5:00pm until 7:00pm. These visits are by appointment only and do not include well visits, immunizations or annual physicals.
Located at 244 Westchester Avenue, Suite 210 in White Plains, NY, the White Plains/Soundview office of WHA has five pediatricians on staff:
- Morton H. Berman, MD, FAAP
- Cindee J. Ivker, MD, FAAP
- Glenn E. Kaplan, MD, FAAP
- Herbert A. Newman, MD, FAAP
- Deborah V. Tesler, MD, FAAP
“When your child is sick, you want your pediatrician who knows your child to see him or her, but often you can’t get there during regular office hours,” says Westchester Health Pediatrics CEO Peter Mercurio, MD, FACC. “At Westchester Health Pediatrics, our #1 priority is delivering the best medical care to our patients when and where they need us, and that often means being open later in the evenings. We’re very pleased that the White Plains/Soundview office is now offering extended hours for the convenience of our sick patients and their families.”
To make an appointment at the White Plains/Soundview office, call (914) 946-2277.
To make an appointment with a pediatrician at any of WHP’s 12 offices, call (914) 228-0330 and you will be directed to the doctor or location you’re looking for.
Westchester Health Pediatrics provides exceptional medical care to infants, children, adolescents and young adults from birth to age 21, at 12 convenient locations in Westchester and Putnam Counties, New York. It is part of the multi-specialty practice Westchester Health Associates. Its highly trained team of pediatricians includes experts in endocrinology, neurology, allergy, immunology and sports medicine. All of WHA’s pediatricians believe in providing parents and their children with the personalized support, guidance and educational training they need to raise healthy children. To read the latest information on pediatric medicine and learn more about the Westchester Health Pediatrics practice, please visit the WHP website, www.pediatricswestchester.com.
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