Whole Child Pediatrics is a full service community based pediatric practice located in Ashburn, Virginia.
Whole Child Pediatrics is a full service pediatric office located in Ashburn, Virginia. We specialize in professional and personalized care and we are dedicated to treating the whole child. Our doctors are experienced and caring Board Certified pediatricians and Fellows of the American Academy of Pediatrics and we are celebrating our sixteenth year serving Northern Virginia families.
[01/15/19] On Wednesday, January 16 Whole Child will open at 8:30 am with no walk ins.
[01/14/19] Whole Child is open tonight, Monday 1/14 until 8 pm. Tomorrow, Tuesday 1/15 we will open at 8:30 am with no walk ins
[01/13/19] ***Due to snow, on Monday January 14 Whole Child will open at 9:30 a.m. with no walk ins. Please call for same day sick appointment.
Our annual holiday elf visit to an elementary school in Washington, D.C. produced lots of smiling faces this year.
Whole Child was thriilled to once again visit our adopted school in Washington, D.C. to deliver presents to these beautiful children! It is our favorite holiday tradition!
Whole Child's staff was thrilled to celebrate the birthday of our dear Ms. Esther, who takes care of all of us and helps keep our office organized and looking beautiful!
[12/29/18] Whole Child will be open on Monday 12/31 from 7:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. with no evening hours. We will be closed on New Year's Day, Tuesday, January 1. We will reopen on Wednesday, January 2 at 7:30 a.m. for our regular walk in hours. Have a healthy and very Happy New Year!!
[12/27/18] On Friday, December 28, Whole Child's medical staff will be out of the office from 11:30 -3 pm. While we will not have any appointments during those hours, our office will be open for anyone who needs to pick up any forms or to call the office to make an appointment. Thank you for your understanding.
Whole Child Pediatrics is pleased to announce that we are accepting new patients. Visit our website to learn more about our patient friendly approach, our walk in and evening hours and our INCREDIBLE team of medical providers. We accept most insurance plans, including Medicaid. Learn more at www.wholechildva.com
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[11/15/18] Due to weather and the LCPS schedule, on Friday November 16 Whole Child will open at 8:30 a.m. with no walk ins.
[11/15/18] Due to the weather forecast and Loudoun County Public Schools being closed, Whole Child Pediatrics will open at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, 11/15 with no walk ins.
[11/14/18] FLU SHOT CLINIC: Whole Child will be holding our last flu shot clinic of the season on Saturday, December 1, from 8:30 am - 11:30 am. Call now to schedule your appointment. In addition, you can schedule an appointment during the week or walk in on any day except Monday.
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Thank you to all of our wonderful little Whole Child patients who shared Halloween with us! We loved all of your costumes. How did you like our "Incredibles" costumes?
Come show us your costumes!
Almost ready for Trick or Treat! See you at 4 - 6ish. We’ve got lots of goodies for you. Everyone are invited!
Halloween trick or treat at Whole Child Peds!! Bring you friends.
Whole Child was proud to participate in the awards ceremony for our awesome local swim team, the Ashburn Farm Barracudas. We were also proud to hand out the first ever Dr. Laura Pasternak Award for Advancement in Swimming Achievement, named after Whole Child's founding physician, the late Dr. Laura Pasternak. These two special swimmers demonstrated the tenacity and positive spirit that Dr. Pasternak demonstrated during her own high level swimming career, which she carried on in her work as a pediatrician.
TRICK OR TREAT TIME! Join us for Whole Child's annual Halloween BASH. Free trick or treating, refreshments and an office tour. What will YOU be wearing? What cool costume will your favorite Whole Child team member have on? Come and find out!!
When: Wednesday, October 31, 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Where: 20925 Professional Plaza, Suite 100, Ashburn, Virginia
[10/10/18] Announcement: Dr. Mindy Stern has just opened her schedule for THIS FRIDAY October 12, for Physical Exams and Consults. Call us now at 703-723-8900 to book your appointment.
Flu season is here - time to get flu shots for your family before your house is full of fevers and dripping noses (or worse). Here’s more information about this year’s flu vaccine recommendations. #FightFlu
If your child has been diagnosed with ADHD, her school will be a key partner in providing effective behavior therapy. Small changes in the classroom can help kids achieve their goals in school. #ADHDAwarenessMonth
Most kids love juice, but too much juice can lead to poor nutrition, obesity, and tooth decay in children. Learn about American Academy of Pediatrics’ juice recommendations today: https://www.healthychildren.org/English/healthy-living/nutrition/Pages/Fruit-Juice-and-Your-Childs-Diet.aspx
The flu can be a serious illness for kids, causing up to 10 days of fever. In this PSA from American Academy of Pediatrics, pediatrician Ilan Shapiro urges parents get the flu shot for their kids, every year. #FightFlu #VaccinesWork
More than a third of all unintentional shootings of children take place in the homes of their friends, neighbors, or relatives. Ask about guns and safe storage at the other homes your child visits. #ASKingSavesKids
Know the symptoms of strep throat! If you have a sore throat, wash your hands often and cover your mouth when coughing and sneezing. Avoid sharing eating utensils, like forks or cups with others. See your doctor if you have any symptoms of strep throat. http://bit.ly/2vLGQ9H
[09/04/18] We have flu shots available for our established patients! Walk in any day during our regular hours. Or call now at 703-723-8900 to schedule an appointment at our first flu shot clinic, Saturday, September 15 from 8:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Congratulations to our Nurse Nina, who completed her first year of medical school and just spent her first summer in Uganda with her Global Health project. Read her reflection.
uvmmedicineglobalhealth.wordpress.com Written by Christina Dawson ’21The sun is particularly harsh today. The intermittent gush of wind usually provides temporary relief despite the swell of red clay that stains my white coat, bu…
aappublications.org The vaccine was introduced in 2006 to prevent infections that can cause several types of cancer including cervical. The Academy recommends routine vaccination for males and females at ages 11-12, although the vaccine is licensed for use in those ages 9-26.
today.com After the tragic drowning death of their infant daughter earlier this year, Olympic skier Bode Miller and wife Morgan found friendship in the midst of their grief with Nicole Hughes, a Tennessee mother whose 3-year-old son also died the same day in a devastating drowning accident. “It’s truly se...
[07/04/18] ***Whole Child will be closed on Wednesday, July 4 in observance of Independence Day. We will reopen at 7:30 a.m. on Thursday, July 5 for our regular hours.
Every 8 minutes in the US, an adult makes an error when giving a child medicine - and more than 60,000 kids end up in the emergency room because they accidentally got into some medicine when an adult wasn’t looking. Learn more helpful – and possibly lifesaving – tips that you can use to keep your children safe when giving or storing medicine.
Our Father's Day sweepstakes event is on! You could win an awesome Strider® 12 Sport Balance Bike for your child! Enter once every day through Father's Day for the maximum chances to win! Visit www.healthychildren.org/sweeps today!
Milestones matter! Track your child’s milestones from age 2 months to 5 years with CDC’s FREE Milestone Tracker app. Interactive checklists with photos & videos make tracking milestones easy and fun. Download the app now & share your child’s summary with your pediatrician, get tips for encouraging your child’s development & find out what to do if you ever become concerned about how your child is developing.
Good information on developmental milestones.
Physical developmental delays are when children aren’t doing activities (like rolling over, sitting without support, or walking) that other children their age are doing. Use our interactive tool to help you learn more about physical developmental delays for children ages 5 and under. The information is meant to help you start a conversation with your child’s pediatrician. http://ow.ly/luYV30kky69
Posting this again because - well - it's adorable
This girl is absolutely distraught about eating meat! 😂😆😩
Small, shiny and appealing to children, button batteries can result in a major injury and even death if swallowed. Learn more on what to do if you think your child has ingested a button battery, and take precautions to prevent injuries: ow.ly/WOfZ306Brfh
[06/06/18] WALKIN ARE WELCOME FROM 3PM - 6PM TODAY!!
PLEASE NOTE - There is a nationwide Comcast outage so our phones are down. Please message us here if you need to speak to our office. We hope to have this resolved soon. If you need to contact us please send us msg on FB with your phone number and we will call you back using NO CALL ID.
Measles Alert: A case of measles has been confirmed in a person who was in Dulles Airport on May 15. If you were at Dulles on that date, please read this article very carefully. If you or anyone in your family is experiencing any symptoms, call our office or your local health department at once. Symptoms to look for may be found here: https://www.cdc.gov/measles/parent-infographic.html
Washington Post article here:
cdc.gov Measles can be dangerous, especially for babies and young children. Measles symptoms typically include high fever (may spike to more than 104 degrees F), cough, runny nose, red watery eyes; rash break
|Monday||07:30 - 20:00|
|Tuesday||07:30 - 17:00|
|Wednesday||07:30 - 20:00|
|Thursday||07:30 - 20:00|
|Friday||07:30 - 17:00|
|Saturday||08:30 - 11:30|
Pediatric Care located in Ashburn, VA & Stone Ridge, VA
Primary Care Physician's office for the entire family