Our Services

At Kintiroglou Pediatrics, it is our mission to provide superior care. We follow recommended guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics as closely as possible. When the office is closed, one of our medical providers is on call and available to handle your urgent medical questions that cannot wait for regular hours.

We pride ourselves on taking excellent care of your children and it is our privilege to be a part of the experience with your family. We have been caring for infants, children and adolescents for more than 30 years and recognize the importance of caring for the whole child.

During regularly scheduled well child care visits, we will:

  • Track your child’s growth and development
  • Administer recommended immunizations
  • Promote healthy choices for illness and disease prevention
  • Answer any questions you might have
  • Advice on breastfeeding issues

When your child is ill, we will:

  • Offer a same-day appointment
  • Perform a careful and thorough assessment of the problem
  • Manage and coordinate care for chronic conditions

Kintiroglou Pediatrics also offers:

  • Pre-operative examinations
  • Physical and/or athletic exams
  • Prenatal visits






Office Hours

West Orange Office Hours

  • Walk-In Hours for sick from

    8:00 AM to 10:00 AM

    No Appointment Required


  • Doctor Appointed times for well and sick from

    9:00 AM to 4:45 PM

Florham Park Office Hours

  • Doctor Appointment times for well from

    12:00 PM to 4:30 PM

  • Doctor Appointed times for well and sick from

    5:30 AM to 7:30 PM



Why Choose Us

  • Comprehensive Services

    Most trusted group of specialized providers that meets your pediatric health care needs and treatment preferences.

  • Experienced Providers

    Caring for children and their families is the focus of our dedicated, experienced pediatrics staff.

  • Urgent Care

    Provides affordable Urgent Care visits.



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Health Tips

AAP Links Global Warming to the Health of Children:
the AAP states that:

  • There is wide consensus among scientific organizations and climatologists that the broad effects known commonly as "climate change" are the result of contemporary human activities.

    According to the World Health Organization, more than 88 percent of the existing burden of disease attributable to climate change occurs in children younger than 5 years old.

    Climate change poses a threat to human health and safety, but children are uniquely vulnerable.

    Failure to take prompt, substantive action would be an act of injustice to all children.

  • "Children are uniquely at risk to the direct impacts of climate changes like climate-related disaster—including floods and storms—where they are exposed to increased risk of injury, death, loss of or separation from caregivers and mental health consequences," explained Samantha Ahdoot, MD, lead author of the policy statement. "They are also more vulnerable to the secondary impacts of global warming, like disease. For example, Lyme disease affects approximately 300,000 Americans each year, with boys, ages 5 to 9, at greatest risk. Climate warming has been linked to northern expansion of Lyme disease in North America, putting more American children at risk of this disease."


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