Care of Children at NYU Langone at Trinity
At NYU Langone at Trinity, our pediatricians treat children from birth through adolescence and provide routine examination, immunization, vision and hearing tests, and developmental screenings. We also offer sleep counseling, parent and patient education, and breastfeeding support. For expecting parents, we offer complimentary prenatal consultations so you and your partner can learn more about our practice. Same-day or next-day sick visits are available by appointment.
Care from our experts is provided through Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital at NYU Langone.
We understand how important your child’s health and wellbeing are, and our goal is to treat your child as we would our own. We are dedicated to providing high-quality, personalized care to children and their families. Our pediatricians treat a wide range of conditions, including the following:
- attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- chest and abdominal pain
- developmental delays and disabilities
- hay fever
- infantile spasms
- learning disorders
- migraine headaches
- sinus infections
Our Pediatric Care Team
Our pediatricians practice a philosophy of care that is patient-centered, comprehensive, and team-based, with a focus on quality and safety of not only your child, but also your entire family.
Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery
Our office is open Monday through Friday, from 8:00AM to 6:00PM. To schedule an appointment, please call 212-263-9700.
On Saturdays, our pediatricians offer care from 8:00AM to 12:30PM at NYU Langone Medical Associates—Washington Square. To schedule an appointment, please call 212-263-2446.
If you have an urgent concern after business hours, please call our office to speak with a nurse. A pediatrician is also available after hours to speak with you. For non-urgent concerns, please call our office during business hours. We also encourage you to take advantage of our electronic communication system, NYU Langone Health MyChart, which allows you to communicate non-urgent questions directly to your child’s pediatrician.