Established in 1979, Woodinville Pediatrics is dedicated to delivering care of the highest quality for children and their families. From birth on, our mission is to provide caring and informed attention to your children’s health and well being as they grow and thrive into adulthood. To preserve the personal quality of our relationship with our patients we ask each family to select one primary clinician or provider who coordinates their care and develops a relationship over time. This relationship will be maintained as your child grows unless you request a change. If your primary is temporarily unavailable, especially for acute (sick) visits, one of the others will always be on call and have access to your records. The clinicians freely consult with each other on complicated cases. We see ourselves both as a resource to parents for on-going education as well as advocates for the health care needs of children and adolescents within our community.
Woodinville Pediatrics providers and staff are committed to providing appropriate, high quality healthcare to each patient at every encounter, in a courteous and professional manner. We welcome any feedback you might have by using our survey.
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Monday – Friday: 9:00 AM to 6 PM (Phones on at 8 AM for scheduling)
Phones are open from 8 AM to 6 PM, off for lunch from 12 to 1 PM Our office remains open during this time.
Saturday (sick visits only): 8:30 AM to 12 PM
Woodinville Pediatrics is closed on some holidays including: Christmas, New Year’s, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, and Thanksgiving.
On other days: Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve, President’s Day, and the day after Thanksgiving, our office will run as if on a Saturday.
After Office Hours
After regular office hours, depending on the time, phone calls may be answered by our nurses, the doctor on call, or nurses from Seattle Children’s Hospital. If your child’s illness or injury is life threatening call 911.