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Caring for Children, Our Most Important Asset
Advocare Broomall Pediatrics believes that children are our most important asset. Guided by this belief, we strive to provide the highest level of health care for infants, children, adolescents, and young adults. We follow the recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatrics and partner with parents to provide comprehensive health care for children from birth until their 21st birthday.
Our physicians, nurse practitioners, and registered nurses offer a broad range of experience and talent to best meet the diverse needs of our patients. Special areas of interest and expertise include asthma, infectious diseases, ADHD, and new parenting issues. Additionally, we gladly and confidentially discuss topics such as school, parents, dating, drugs, alcohol, and sexuality with our adolescent and young adult patients. We work to build trusting relationships with patients and their parents.
For your convenience, our offices are open six days a week. We also offer evening hours Monday through Thursday to accommodate busy families. Equipped with exam rooms, laboratories, procedure treatment rooms, and separate waiting rooms for well and sick children, both offices are accessible for patients with disabilities. Our goal is to provide the highest standard of care in a warm and friendly environment.
1246 West Chester Pike, Suite 303
1991 Sproul Rd., Suite 600