Pediatric Medical Clinics at Spaulding Center for Children Sandwich
Our consulting pediatric physicians, in collaboration with Mass General for Children, provide weekly or monthly clinics for families. These clinics offer convenient access to experienced specialists who can treat your children for an array of conditions, and provide timely, professional information about treatment options, community services and other resources to keep your kids healthy.
Spaulding Eileen M. Ward Outpatient Center for Children Clinics
The following clinics are available on-site at the Spaulding Eileen M. Ward Outpatient Center for Children:
Endocrinology Clinic – Diagnosis and treatment of variations of physical growth and sexual development in childhood; diabetes and other disorders of the endocrine glands.
Gastroenterology Clinic – Diagnosis and treatment of gastric disorders including inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome, food sensitivities and gastrointestinal reflux; nutrition consultation regarding feeding issues in infancy, poor growth, eating disorders, adolescent athletes and obesity.
Cardiology Clinic – Diagnosis and treatment of all types of acquired and congenital cardiac conditions, including rheumatic fever, arrhythmias, heart murmurs, chest pain, hypertension and hyperlipidemia.
Neurology Clinic – Diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of neurological conditions including autism, attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADD and ADHD), cerebral palsy, epilepsy, headaches, learning behavioral issues, intellectual disabilities and seizures.
Pediatric Surgery Clinic – Full spectrum general and thoracic surgical care for all pediatric patients, from newborns to young adults. We provide expert care for many surgical and urologic conditions, whether it is a common problem, like a hernia or appendicitis, or a complex congenital condition of the abdomen or chest.
Pulmonology Clinic – Diagnosis and treatment of a wide array of pulmonary conditions including asthma, pneumonia and cystic fibrosis.
Your team may include medical staff and specialty consultants, physical medicine and rehabilitation physicians, nurses, nurse assistants, physical, occupational, speech and therapeutic recreation therapists, dietitian, respiratory therapists, music therapists, case managers and a social worker.
Meet the Physicians (PDF)