Fall 2021 Office Hours

Our office is open 8:00 am to 8:00 pm Monday - Wednesday 

      and 8:00 am to 4:00 pm on Thursday and Friday

Walk in hours 8:00 am to 9:00 am Monday through Friday for acute illness

(rapid Covid PCR testing available on site)

**Please note that there are no walk-ins on holidays and weekends.

Appointments available for well care, chronic issues, acute illness, telehealth

as well as mental health and behavioral consultation. 

Phone advice is provided 24 hours a day / seven days a week by the on call provider.

We care for patients from birth until 22 yrs. We are accepting new patients.

Our Team  

The Pediatricians and staff at Bramblebush Pediatrics welcome you to our practice and appreciate the opportunity to provide your child's health care. It is a privilege for us to share in the journey of your child from fully dependent newborn to a capable young adult. 

We are pleased to announce we will be joining the Boston Children's physician network on January 1, 2022. This will support our practice in providing the best possible pediatric care and we will also be switching to a new electronic record that will better serve our patients. We will continue to accept most insurances. Please click on the insurance link for more information. 



617 730 7996

Our Mission

Our team works together to bring you the highest quality medical care in order to foster the growth, health and happiness of your child. We do this, always, while being compassionate, caring and respectful of you and your family​

COVID vaccine update:

COVID vaccines for children age 5-11 years old have arrived and have been approved for emergency use. We are scheduling patients age 5-11 for clinics now. Call if you would like your child added to our list. Click on the COVID Vaccine tab for more information.

​Flu shots are available

Our Care

We care for children from infancy through college, and we take pride in treating them with warmth and compassion in a non-threatening, and nurturing environment. We care for the whole child- meaning illness-related and preventative care – while tending to the physical, emotional and social needs of each child in the context of self, family and the broader community.