At CHOP Primary Care, Haverford (formerly Kids First), we are committed to providing the highest quality care for your children.
The Primary Care, Haverford physicians and nurse practitioners collectively have many years of pediatric experience and local community involvement. We are a mature group of healthcare professionals who have the expertise that instills confidence. Most of our new patient referrals come from our current patients who recommend us to others. We pride ourselves in making each and every patient and child feel as comfortable as possible during office visits. Parents are not rushed and we welcome questions and discussions.
Part of the CHOP Care Network, our practice provides comprehensive primary care from birth through young adulthood. We accept most insurance plans, and our doctors have staff privileges at area hospitals, in addition to CHOP.
Because we understand how important it is for you to get through to the office, our recently updated telephone triage helps us receive your more urgent calls in a timely manner. Our nurses are experienced in offering telephone advice both during office hours and later from the After Hours phone service.
Moreover, we strive to create the best doctor-patient relationship so that you can rely on us for medical guidance when your child is ill and times are stressful. Equally important are the preventive health visits that over time foster a relationship that we hope both you and your child will value. These long-term relationships are the joys of our pediatric profession.
Please consider our group when you are making the important decision of choosing your child's health caretakers.
For more excellent pediatric information, we also recommend the American Academy of Pediatrics parents Web site.
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600 Haverford Road
Haverford PA, 19041