At The Pediatric Center, our board certified pediatricians and nurse practitioners are committed to serving the healthcare needs of your children. Located in New Providence, New Jersey, The Pediatric Center offers comprehensive pediatric and adolescent care for children from birth to young adult. We always accept new patients!
For years The Pediatric Center has been caring for children throughout northeast New Jersey including most of the towns in Union and Morris County such as New Providence, Chatham, Madison, Short Hills, Summit, Berkeley Heights, Basking Ridge, Stirling and many more. Our large, state-of-the-art pediatric office offers many on-site benefits including child immunizations, a full-service lab and free prenatal classes.
If you are a new patient please visit our new patients page or you can request an appointment below.
Teaching Your Newborn To Sleep
The approach to sleep differs with different age groups. First, we’ll talk a little bit about the very young child.
I happen to be a big believer in sleep myself, I enjoy that immensely and I feel that it’s an important thing for parents
to understand and to help their children with as well. For one thing, to sleep is instinctual but how you fall asleep is
learned behavior. We can teach a child to fall asleep being rocked, being fed, being driven around the corner or watching TV.
It’s really important and lots of scientific research has shown that the best way for a child to fall asleep is by
themselves. Read More
The teenage patient is unique and requires special attention, in addition to their annual well visits. The Pediatric Center offers a dedicated Teen Center to assist with sports physicals, acne and eczema management, asthma issues, ADHD/ADD (assessment, diagnosis and treatment), substance abuse and so much more. Our teenage patients are interested in talking about dating, […]Read More
Parents are an important trusted source for their children when it comes to health information and to prepare for developing healthy relationships and navigating challenges. Part of these discussions include sexual and reproductive health, and parents should be prepared with options and information. Over the past decade, the percentage of high school-aged adolescents having sex […]Read More
It is very common for children to become dehydrated. First, it’s difficult to get them to drink water. Second, with their high energy levels and activities, they lose a lot of water from their body. Being well hydrated improves mood, memory, and attention in children and can combat fatigue. One of the best ways […]Read More
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Our pediatricians have consistently been voted NJ's favorite kids' docsTM from New Jersey Family, received multiple Patients Choice Awards and have been recognized as "NJ Top Doctors" by NJ Top Docs. Dr. Moskowitz was the most nominated kids' doctor in Union County for 2015.