Primary care to keep your kids healthy. Specialty care when they need it.
As parents, keeping your kids happy and healthy is your top priority. No smile is too big and no cough is too small. And physicians at UM Pediatrics at Midtown agree, which is why we strive to provide the highest quality care to our smallest patients.
UM Pediatrics at Midtown provides comprehensive primary care and access to specialty care to children from birth to age 21, covering all aspects of care, from annual checkups and preventive care, to treating children with medically complex conditions. UM Pediatrics at Midtown is staffed by faculty physicians from the University of Maryland School of Medicine and University of Maryland Children’s Hospital (UMCH) at the University of Maryland Medical Center who work closely with physicians in the patient’s care team to ensure the delivery of optimum patient care.
“We go one or two steps beyond what an [average] pediatrician would do,” says Adam Spanier, M.D., associate professor of pediatrics, University of Maryland School of Medicine, division head of general pediatrics at University of Maryland Medical Center, and medical director of UM Pediatrics at Midtown. “We are experts in pediatric primary care, and are dedicated to ensuring that the highest level of care is provided to the community we serve.”
Quick Access to Specialty Care
Should your child require specialty care, UM Pediatrics at Midtown physicians will refer him or her to a pediatric specialist at the University of Maryland Children’s Hospital.
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As kids are headed back to school we hosted a Facebook Live discussion about how to tell when your child is too sick for school, with Adam Spanier, MD, PhD, MPH, FAAP, division head of General Pediatrics at UMMC and medical director at UM Pediatrics at Midtown. Watch the video below!