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Partners in Pediatric Care

(757) 668-4840

Partners in Pediatric Care is a family-oriented pediatric practice located in the Great Neck corridor of Virginia Beach. We are pleased to offer complete medical service to infants, children, adolescents and young adults.

Our Goal: Good Health

At Partners in Pediatric Care, we hope to maintain your child’s normal state of good health while encouraging their growth and development. We offer routine, urgent and specialized care as well as counseling to meet your child’s emotional needs. Please don’t hesitate to ask us questions. We are your partner in well-rounded care.

Routine Care

Wellness visits are an integral part of your child’s overall health. Whether you need a routine physical or ongoing immunizations, we want to be a partner in your child’s pediatric care.

Urgent Care

When your child is in need of urgent care, you want them to be seen by a familiar face in a comfortable setting. We offer same-day appointments.

Specialized Care

If your child is dealing with a chronic issue, you want a team of physicians that can focus on the needs of the whole child. Our pediatricians are expertly trained to treat the illness and care for the child.

Counseling

Your child has emotional and psychological needs that have a significant effect on his or her well being. We are proud to be the only pediatric practice in Hampton Roads that offers in-house counseling from Dr. Andrea Arcona, PhD.

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Practice Location
(757) 668-4840

Office Hours

Monday through Thursday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Friday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Award-winning Service

NCQA logoPartners in Pediatric Care is proud to have been awarded the highest level Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition, Level 3, from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) for our commitment to high quality, patient-centered care. We are dedicated to serving as a home base for the complete healthcare needs of each of our patients by keeping a comprehensive medical history, coordinating access to all care and working in partnership with parents to ensure that both medical and non-medical needs are successfully met.