Fairfax Welcomes PM Pediatrics

The newest location of PM Pediatrics opened at 11056 Lee Highway in the Kamp Washington Shopping Center in Fairfax City on November 20, 2019. It is the fourth location of PM Pediatrics in Virginia and 51st location nationwide. PM Pediatrics also operates offices in Ashburn, Reston/Herndon, and Springfield.

The new Fairfax office occupies 5,400 square feet and features a child-friendly Safari theme with colorful murals and stuffed animals, as well as televisions with children’s programming in each room.

Dr. Jeffrey Schor, the co-founder of PM Pediatrics said, “We see a growing need for the unique, specialized community-based pediatric urgent care we offer, especially late at night. When it’s after hours but your child’s condition can’t wait until morning, parents can count on our family-focused approach to care as well as the highest quality evidence-based medicine.”

According to www.connectionnewspapers.com, “The new Fairfax office occupies 5,400 square feet and features an immersive child-friendly Safari theme with colorful murals and stuffed animals, as well as televisions with children’s programming in each room.”

As per www.connectionnewspapers.com, “PM Pediatrics of Fairfax will be open 365 days a year, from Noon to Midnight Monday through Saturday, and 10 a.m. to Midnight on Sunday. The state-of-the-art practice is staffed by a healthcare team with experience in Pediatric Emergency and urgent care medicine, including board-certified pediatric emergency physicians and pediatricians, and features onsite digital x-ray and lab. Unlike traditional urgent care practices, PM Pediatrics treats children and young adults, exclusively. Mark Roddy, MD, FAAP, will serve as the Medical Director for the location.”

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