North Seattle Pediatrics

Your Family Matters

North Seattle Pediatrics

Your Family Matters

Check on our newest office Covid-19 policies and check-in process in the A-Z Guide.

Fifty Years of Caring

North Seattle Pediatrics has been committed to caring for children for over fifty years. Our mission and tradition is to establish a medical home for patients, from birth to young adulthood, that provides outstanding, evidence-based pediatric care.

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We are committed to you and the people you love.

Our team of pediatricians and staff works closely with patients, families and specialists to make every visit and experience a positive one.

Reliable information is at your fingertips.

As part of our dedication to parent health education, we have compiled information on common symptoms, illnesses and over the counter medications, as well as lists of reliable web sites and recommended reading.

Visit us from the comfort and safety of your own home.

We now offer telemedicine appointments! For many concerns, such as follow up appointments, consults and even some sick visits, we can see your child with a telemedicine visit from the comfort and safety of your own home. We want to provide you with expanded access to your child’s medical home and keep your family out of the emergency room or urgent care.

Evening and weekend telemedicine visits are also available.

Well child visits can not be done via telemedicine.

We love to meet new families!

North Seattle Pediatrics would be honored to be your child’s healthcare provider. We strive to form a close collaboration between our staff, physicians, patients and families, giving us all an active role in your child’s healthcare.

To facilitate your first visit, please download and complete all new patient forms and review our office policies. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Get 24/7 access with My Kid’s Chart.

Life is busy. Juggling your day-to-day schedule and staying on top of your family’s health care can be a challenge, but our patient portal can help. Access your child’s medical records 24/7 from your home, office or smart phone.

Vaccines save lives.

We believe that vaccinating your child is the most important health-promoting intervention we can provide, and that all children and young adults should receive all of the recommended vaccines according to the schedule published by the CDC and the AAP.

Our office policies play an important role in helping us deliver the best care possible.

    In the News

  • In the News

  • May 18, 2022

    Formula shortage

    Since the outbreak of COVID-19, there have been significant shortages of infant formulas in some stores. Current shortages have been largely caused by supply chain issues and a recall of several contaminated baby formula products. Check with your local stores or online retailers about availability.
    To help ease the impact of shortages, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) advises buying no more than a 10-day to 2-week supply of formula.
    What if baby formula is out of stock everywhere?
    If you're struggling to find baby formula, here are some tips that can help.
    Keep in mind, this advice is strictly for URGENT situations. If you have any concerns about your baby's nutrition, please talk with your pediatrician.
    -Check smaller stores and drug stores, which may not be out of supply when the bigger stores are.
    -If you can afford it, buy formula online until store shortages ease. Purchase from well-recognized distributors and pharmacies rather than individually sold or auction sites. Do not import formula from overseas, since imported formula is not FDA-reviewed.
    -For most babies, it is OK to switch to any available formula, including store brands, unless your baby is on a specific extensively hydrolyzed or amino acid based formula such as Elecare (no store brand exists). If you are unsure, talk with your pediatrician.
    -Check social media groups. There are groups dedicated to infant feeding and formula, and members may have ideas for where to find formula. Make sure to check any advice with your pediatrician.
    -If no formula can be found, consider borrowing a can from a friend.

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  • April 26, 2022

    American Academy of Pediatrics video on immunizations for ages 0-6 years

    This video features Edith Bracho-Sanchez, MD, FAAP, a pediatrician and “new mama,” discussing the childhood immunization schedule, including why each vaccine is recommended at specific ages.
    Childhood Immunization Schedule for Ages | 0-6 Years | American Academy of Pediatrics:
  • November 1, 2021

    Covid Vaccine 5-11 year


    Seattle Children’s is providing COVID-19 vaccination services to the general public, including our patients. At this time, people 5 years and older are eligible to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine in Washington state.
    At this time, they have a limited number of doses for people who are between 5–11 years old due to the national allocation system. They will open up more spots as they get more vaccine. Click this link or go to our A-Z guide under Covid-19 for more information.
    11/1/21: We are pleased to announce that UW Medicine has opened a COVID-19 vaccine appointment waitlist for children ages 5 to 11 in anticipation of new recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) coming soon.
    To get your child on our vaccine appointment waitlist:
    Call 844.520.8700 to join the waitlist.
    We (UW) will contact you by phone or text when the vaccine is approved, and it is time to make your appointment.
    Once contacted, you will be asked several questions and offered the choice of scheduling on the phone or through an online link that you can use one time only. (The fastest way to schedule will be through the online link.)
    An appointment is required for your child to receive the vaccine. We are not currently accepting walk-ins at any UW Medicine location.
    Please note that we expect only the Pfizer vaccine to be authorized for this age group at this time.
  • June 8, 2021

    Electronic Prescribing update

    Our doctors can now send electronic prescriptions for controlled medications. Typically, in pediatrics these are usually ADHD medications. We ask that you request the refill by portal or phone at least 3 business days before you run out of the medicine. This allows your primary physician to be involved in the refill. Refill requests go to the primary physician and will not be filled by an on-call physician unless your primary physician is out of the office for over one week. Then we ask that you please call your pharmacy to determine when your prescription will be ready for pickup.

  • September 1, 2020

    Back to school news clip

    Click on the link below to watch a news interview with our very own Dr. Hibbard. He discusses vaccines and getting back to school.

    Dr. Hibbard interview

  • November 23, 2020

    COVID-19 updates

    Questions about COVID-19? See our A to Z Resource Guide for up-to-date office information, resources, and guidance from your trusted providers.

  • August 6, 2020

    Phone check in

    We are now doing phone check in for all appointments! Please call from your car when you have arrived. If you walk to our building, then please call before entering. Call 206-368-6080. We have dedicated phone lines for this check in process.

  • July 21, 2020


    Please note that parents and patients over age 2 are REQUIRED to wear a face mask in the office. Thank you for your understanding.

  • June 9, 2020

    To our patients and families,

    As your medical home, we want to clearly state that we believe racism and inequality in all their forms are detrimental to all aspects of health.

    We stand together to fight against racism, injustice and inequality, and we believe in equity and inclusion. We believe in providing the highest standard of medical care to all children and their families, regardless of the color of their skin, the language they speak, their gender or orientation. Read more »