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This form and email is to be used for non-urgent, general questions only. Please do not send sensitive information such as requests for appointments or medical advice through this unsecured form or email.  You may call the office directly for patient specific questions and issues (503-255-3544).  Emails will be checked during business hours Monday - Friday.  Please allow 48 - 72 hours for a response.

Having a newborn in the home is a big change for everyone! We are here to help you sort through information to make the best decisions for your newest addition. We are a phone call away when you have a question or concern, and we will be seeing you often in your baby’s first 18 months of life for well-child visits. It may seem like a lot of visits, but your baby is changing rapidly! Through this time, we follow growth and development closely to help give your baby the best start in life. We use recommended screening tools to identity and address developmental issues quickly, as well as screening for anemia, lead exposure, and dental risk factors. We follow the AAP/CDC guidelines for immunizations, as studies have shown that these are optimal for health and development. 

 

 

 

Here are some common topics that are discussed at well baby visits:

 

  • Growth

  • Developmental milestones

  • Feeding issues

  • Poop and potty (we’re pediatricians… you can’t scare us with poop talk!)

  • Helping your baby (and you) sleep

  • Post-partum depression

  • Behavior and temper tantrums

  • Bonding with your baby

  • Handling going back to work

  • Reading to your baby

  • Promoting speech development

  • Stranger anxiety

  • Teething and dental care

  • Safety and injury prevention

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RESOURCES & BOOKS

 

Baby 411: Clear Answers and Smart Advice for Your Baby's First Year

by Ari Brown and Denise Fields

  • This is a fabulous resource for those everyday (and not-so-everyday) parenting questions, written by a trusted pediatrician.

 

The American Academy of Pediatrics New Mother's Guide to Breastfeeding 

by American Academy Of Pediatrics and Joan Younger Meek M.D.

 

The Nursing Mother’s Companion 

by Kathleen Huggins

  • For those nights when you can’t have a lactation consultant sitting by your side.

 

The Happiest Baby on the Block 

by Harvey Karp

  • A wonderful explanation of colic and many helpful tips on soothing your baby. A must read!

 

Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child 

by Marc Weissbluth, MD

  • The definitive book on children and sleep.

 

The Baby Food Bible: A Complete Guide to Feeding Your Child, from Infancy On

by Eileen Behan

  • How to encourage healthy eating from the beginning, and easy ways to make your own baby food.

 

Touchpoints-Birth to Three 

by T. Berry Brazelton and Joshua D. Sparrow

  • Why is your great sleeper suddenly waking up every two hours? Why is your social baby suddenly afraid of everyone? This book explains it all with an inside peeking into your baby’s developing brain. Written by an amazing developmental pediatrician.

 

Zero to Five: 70 Essential Parenting Tips Based on Science (and What I’ve Learned So Far) 

by Tracy Cutchlow

  • Science based parenting tips in a beautiful, inspiring book. This book has become Dr. Matthieu’s favorite baby shower gift! You can explore this book in our waiting room!

 

http://www.zerotofive.net/

  • Science based parenting tips from the author of Zero to Five to help you parent with calm and confidence.

 

http://babybluesconnection.org

  • Help for pregnant and postpartum moms and dads with depression, anxiety, and stress.

 

http://kidsindanger.org/

  • Learn about child product safety and sign up for an email newsletter with safety information and product recalls.

Vaccinate Your Family

  • Learn the facts about how vaccines keep your child healthy.

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East Portland Pediatric Clinic, PC

HOURS

Monday - Friday:  

7:30 AM - 6:00 PM

Saturday:  

9:00 AM - 12:30 PM 

Sunday:  

Call for telehealth visits

Holidays:  

As needed (call after 9:00 AM)

An on-call doctor or nurse is 

available to answer urgent questions after regular office hours.

Inclement Weather Info

OFFICE

 

10000 SE Main, Suite 30
Portland, OR  97216 
Phone: 503-255-3544
Fax: 503-251-6827

 

TriMet's number 15 bus stops in front of our building or you can take the Max Green line and we are just a short walk away from the SE Main Street Station on 96th.

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