Your Child is in Great Hands
Stepping Stone Pediatrics was founded based on the principle of providing readily available healthcare without having to compromise on appointment time and the highly personalized attention which make a visit to the pediatrician’s office so enjoyable.
We strive to cultivate a familiar relationship with our patients and their families, getting to know each child and parent by name and working to accommodate our patients’ needs and schedules.
Stepping Stone Pediatrics is a proudly led by a team of nurse practitioners. Our clinicians completed advanced master's and doctorate level educations to provide high-quality health care with an emphasis on health promotion and education. We provide care for all children from newborns to teens and young adults, so whether you need a checkup, sports physical, or treatment for an illness or injury, come visit our pediatrics health clinic and see the difference! We focus on building strong foundations, one step at a time.
Health & Safety
During This Pandemic
In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are taking your health and safety extremely seriously. We are putting in place protocols designed to keep our office as safe as possible, such as:
Carefully screening each patient's status prior to the appointment.
Utilizing virtual visit for all patients who are screened positive for the risk of COVID-19 exposure. We also encourage patients who are not acutely ill, to utilize a virtual visit whenever possible (#stayhomestayhealthy)
Performing examination and testing of patients with respiratory symptoms in their respective vehicles using a "drive-by system".
Limiting the number of person accompanying a patient to ONE person only. Additional persons, including siblings of any age, may be asked to wait in the vehicle.
All patients 2 years and older (or as tolerated for younger patients) and the person(s) accompanying them for an in-person visit in the clinic MUST wear a face covering at all times throughout their visit in the clinic. If they do not have a face covering upon arrival, the appointment may need to be rescheduled. Acceptable "face covering" includes: masks, scarfs, or any piece of fabric that covers both nose and mouth.
Minimizing congregation in the waiting room. Upon arrival, patient is asked to ring a doorbell, and a provider will unlock the door and screen for your body temperature, using a no-touch infrared thermometer, prior to admittance to the office. If anyone in your group is presently ill, the visit may need to be rescheduled to another time.
Disinfecting all facilities and equipments with industrial-grade germicidal solution after each patient visit, regardless on whether or not the child is sick. Paying particular attention to tools and equipments that your child comes in contact with, including exam table, scale, diagnostic equipments as well as the restroom, diaper changing tables and door handles. Hand sanitizer is also available for you to use throughout your visit to the clinic.
We recommend that all of our clients observe current local, federal and company-specific guidance related to the use of face covering. At this time, it is our company-wide policy to NOT provide a letter to exempt any individual from complying to this guidance.