80% of the brain develops in first 3 years

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Lactation services

One-on-one lactation consultations are available in our offices.

Vaccination reminder

Keep your child’s immunizations up-to-date. Vaccines save lives and protect against the spread of disease.

Free car seat check up

4 out of 5 car seats are misused. Utilize our free service to make sure yours are installed properly!

At Partners in Pediatrics, we provide health care for children and adolescents in partnership with their parents. Our goal is to understand the diverse needs of our children and their families, and to provide high quality care in a personal way that serves their needs. We work together as partners to care for our patients, respectful and supportive of each other. Our medical providers are qualified to care for your children from birth to age 23. We encourage long term commitment between patient and provider. As your child grows and matures, we will actively involve him or her in health care decisions to ease the transition to health care as an adult.

Partners in Pediatrics offers a variety of services and benefits including:

  • Walk-in Ready Care without an appointment for simple illnesses and injuries
  • The Newborn Place and prenatal visits and classes
  • Five convenient locations
  • After hours and weekend care available at the Maple Grove clinic
  • Accepting most insurance plans
  • Trained triage staff always available at each site

What’s New

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9 Things to Know About Lyme Disease

Learn more about prevention and treatment of Lyme disease and other tick-transmitted diseases.

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Well Child Exams

Listen to Dr. Gigi Chawla, senior medical director of primary care, on Children’s Pedcast as she answers questions and provides helpful information on well child visits. (36 min. audio)

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Looking for a great job?

PIP is currently hiring medical assistants at multiple locations.

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Early childhood development

Children’s Pedcast: Developing the infant-toddler brain

Gigi Chawla, MD, Children’s Minnesota senior medical director of primary care; andMike Troy, PhD, clinical psychologist and medical director of behavioral health services and associate medical director of Children’s Neuroscience Institute, from Children’s Minnesota discuss the importance of early childhood development for the infant-toddler brain between birth and age 3.

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