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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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!
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.
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 cannot be done via telemedicine.
Take the “Pain” out of Pain Reliever Dosing
Be confident that you are treating your child’s pain or fever with the correct dose of medication. We can guide you here on how much Motrin or Tylenol to give, based on your child’s weight. Benadryl too!
A Library of Resources From the AAP
Browse this library of expert advice from the American Academy of Pediatrics. This collection of over 800 handouts covers 200 valuable topics, including ADHD, ASD, home safety, wellness, and much more. Browse by topic or symptom, or use the search bar to find just what you need.
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.
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May 30, 2023
There has been at least one confirmed case of measles in King County.
We will be asking families to send pictures of any rashes via the portal before coming into the office if the patient currently has a fever and rash.
Per kingcounty.gov: Measles is preventable with the safe and highly effective measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), two doses of the MMR vaccine are about 97% effective at preventing measles and that protection is long lasting.
May 11, 2023
Post pandemic changesStarting Friday May 12th:
- no phone check in
- no pre-visit screening questions
- if your child is sick and scheduled for a well checkup, please call to reschedule
- if anyone coming into our office is sick with fever/respiratory symptoms (runny nose, active cough) please enter the 2nd (sick) entrance and wait at the end of the hall, staff will direct you to an exam room
- Covid testing is no longer required, but may be asked if helpful in diagnosing
- masks are still REQUIRED for ALL (age 2 years and older)
Thank you for understanding all the changes made in the past three years. Our hope is to keep everyone as healthy as possible!
March 29, 2023
We are excited to announce that Dr. Sutton-Wolf has joined North Seattle Pediatrics!
Please see her bio here: https://northseattlepediatrics.com/team/annika-sutton-wolf/
February 8, 2023
Dr. Herb Hilgers
Dr. Herb Hilgers was one of the founding doctors of North Seattle Pediatrics. It was an honor to work with him. He will be missed.
(CLICK THIS LINK TO VIEW HERB'S MEMORIAL VIDEO)
Shared by Kryss Abreu Bywater 2/6/23: A week ago today, we lost one of this world's best men, Herb Hilgers. It has taken me the past seven days of deep grieving to work up the emotional effort to post this tribute to my bonus dad. And oh, what an incredible bonus he was. Herb officially became my bonus dad in 1982 when he married my mom. From the very beginning, he loved and treated me as if I were his own child. Through his words and actions, he taught me how one should treat their life partner. He taught me what it meant to truly be selfless and non-judgmental. Read more »
April 26, 2022
American Academy of Pediatrics video on immunizations for ages 0-6 yearsThis 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:
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.
July 19, 2021
Pre-visit online questionnaires
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 »
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North Seattle Pediatrics
10330 Meridian Ave N
Seattle, WA 98133
Call us to schedule an appointment. Saturday visits are reserved for acute illness of recent onset.
Monday – Friday
8:00am – 5:30pm
10:00am – 12:00pm
9:30am – 12:00pm
If your child’s illness or injury is life-threatening, call 911.
Otherwise, see our guide to after-hours calls and urgent care.