Why trust us with your child’s care? 

At Kidology Pediatrics, you are choosing the unique experience of providers who spend the time teaching you what you need to know to feel confident managing your child’s health while also equipping you with the support and resources you need to make the most educated decisions.

We know that the health and well-being of your child is important to you and it is equally important to us. Kidology Pediatrics’ goal is to establish a trusting bond between your family and our care team who oversee your child’s care. .

As no two children are alike, our pediatric practice offers a personalized approach that focuses on the unique health care needs of each patient. With us, you get uninterrupted developmental, preventative, acute and chronic sick care from birth through transition to adulthood. Whether a newborn wellness appointment,  school sports eligibility exam, or college physical, our full staff will serve health care needs with compassionate, high-quality health care.

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  • Our team here at Kidology Pediatrics strives to be the best we can be.  We will greet you with a smile and give you and your child the attention you both need during every visit. 

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What Our Patients Say About Our Doctors

    Dr. Patel has been the pediatrician for our 3 chlidren for over 10 years. She is highly knowledgeable and incredibly compassionate. I would not take my kids to anyone else!

    Naysha V.

    We are so lucky we found Dr Mac and are thrilled with the care she gives both of our boys. We are very appreciative of the time she takes in each appointment, answering all of our questions and addressing all of our concerns. Our younger son in particular has several specific issues and she has helped us identify and follow up on all of them. Both of our boys love seeing Dr Mac and we always leave her office smiling- her upbeat, positive nature is contagious! 

    Bernadette & Lauren, (Finn and Oliver's Mommies)

    I have been taking my kids to Dr. Patel for over 5 years and have known her for longer as a child I nannied would see Dr. Patel as well and I went to almost every appointment (so in total over 9 years). She listens to any and all concerns and I don’t ever feel judged. I never feel rushed when she is in the room. She is very caring and supportive and my kids are not afraid of going to the doctors at all! We can’t wait to bring baby #3 to Dr. Patel and Dr. Macpherson. We love Kidology pediatrics!! It is worth the 30 minute drive for great care!

    Courtney S.

    Dr. MacPherson has been an amazing Pediatrician to my twins since the day they were born. Always patient with their fussiness and willing to spend time and answer questions for us as new parents. Taking the twins to Kidology has been a wonderful experience. The moment we walked in we were greeted by a friendly receptionist and checked in fast. The medical  assistant was very patient with the twins even when in typical toddler fashion they were screaming and as always Dr. MacPherson was wonderful with them.

    Rebecca B.

    Dr. Patel has been our pediatrician ever since she came to see us in the hospital when our daughter was born 13 years ago. She has been my partner in understanding the health of my children- not just their doctor. Kidology also has fantastic office staff.

    Sarah A.

    We have been taking our children to Dr. MacPherson for almost five years now. She is a wonderful doctor who is very knowledgeable and compassionate. She is great at the bedside with the kids and you can tell pediatrics is her passion. We recently moved and now the commute for us is 30+ minutes as opposed to our previous 10 minute commute. However, knowing that our kids are in good hands makes the trip worth it. We couldn’t speak more highly of her. We will definitely take all our kids to her.

    Kristin and Randy M.
 

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Our Location

We are the closest medical building to the corner of Crooks and Long Lake. Our building is on the left, after turning in off Crooks.

Office Hours

Regular hours: We are closed for lunch each day from 12:30-1:30 unless stated differently below.

Kidology Pediatrics

Monday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Lunch 1:30-2:30

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-3:30 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed