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“The child must know that he is
a miracle, that since the beginning of the world there hasn’t been,
and until the end of the world there will not be another child like him.” - Pablo Casals

Most Reliable Stamford Pediatrics Practice

We at Summer Pediatrics understand how important the health of your little one is. We have been known as one of the most reputed pediatrics practices in Stamford as we are trusted by many parents to cater to the various needs of their children. Our team is highly qualified and committed to providing the best care to your children.

As one of the most trusted pediatric centers in Stamford it is our passion to help parents who need a little assistance with their child’s nutrition needs. We provide a nutrition plan for your child which will assure a healthy life for them during their journey towards adulthood.

Our assessment and diagnosis are accurate enough to assure the well-being and timely treatment of your child. What sets us apart as a pediatric center in Stamford is the fact that we understand that physiology varies in infants and what might be effective on an adult will not work well on a child.

Our super friendly team of pediatricians in Stamford has the skill of establishing a warm relationship not only with the parent but also with the children. Each appointment you schedule with us will include physical examination and counseling which will help us provide nutrition guidance as well as any preventive tips to help increase the child’s immunity.

We believe in nurturing the parent-physician relationship by implementing an all-embracing treatment plan. As your child’s physician we will make sure to address at length whatever issue you are concerned with and provide the best solution for the same.

Feel free to get in touch with us for any questions or to schedule an appointment.

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For more information or to schedule an appointment, contact us at (203) 388-8668

We are located at:
992 High Ridge Road
Stamford, CT, 06905
United States

Hours: Monday to Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm Lunch break: 12pm-1pm

Walk-ins welcome 7:45am-8:30am (for quick, focused visits only) 
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The Latest News...


Chip Ahoy! Cookies Recalled

April 16, 2019

Four lots of Chips Ahoy Chewy Cookies have been voluntarily recalled because they might contain an unexpected solidified ingredient that can sicken people.

Some reports of potential adverse health effects have been received by the manufacturer, Mondelēz Global LLC.

The 13-ounce packages have UPC code 0 44000 03223 4 and date stamp of 07SEP2019, 08SEP2019, 14SEP2019 or 15SEP2019.

To avoid possible adverse health effects, do not to eat the recalled cookies.

Customers with questions can reach the company Mondelēz Global LLC at 844-366-1171.

Report adverse effects to the Food and Drug Administration’s MedWatch Adverse Event Reporting program at

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Fisher-Price recalls Rock ‘n Play amid pressure from AAP

April 12, 2019

Under pressure from the Academy, Fisher-Price has recalled 4.7 million Rock ‘n Play infant sleepers following reports of infant deaths.

“I am thrilled that the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Fisher-Price took the advice of the American Academy of Pediatrics and issued a recall of the Rock ‘n Play Sleeper,” said Ben Hoffman, M.D., FAAP, chair of the AAP Council on Injury, Violence and Poison Prevention. “This product is dangerous and I urge parents and caregivers to stop using it right away.”

The recall comes on the heels of an investigation by Consumer Reports that found 32 infants had died while using the sleeper since 2011. Some of the infants rolled over while unrestrained and some were unable to breathe due to their position.

Citing that report, the AAP called for the CPSC to pull the product from shelves and urged parents to stop using it.

“When parents purchase a product for their baby or child, many assume that if it’s being sold in a store, it must be safe to use. Tragically, that is not the case,” AAP President Kyle E. Yasuda, M.D., FAAP, said in an April 9 news release. “There is convincing evidence that the Rock ‘n Play inclined sleeper puts infants’ lives at risk, and CPSC must step up and take immediate action to remove it from stores and prevent further tragedies.”

In announcing the recall just days later, the CPSC said it also is investigating similar products and encouraged consumers to report incidents to

To request a refund for the Rock ‘n Play, visit or call the company at 866-812-6518. Those who have owned the Rock ‘n Play for 6 months or less will receive a cash refund while those who have owned them longer will receive a voucher for a new Fisher-Price product.

The AAP does not recommend letting infants sleep in inclined products like the Rock ’n Play that require restraining a baby. AAP policy calls for infants to sleep on their back, on a separate, flat and firm sleep surface without any bumpers, bedding or stuffed toys.

“As a pediatrician and a father, I know that infant sleep is a major concern for families, and pediatricians are ready to work with as many parents as possible to find solutions to help everyone sleep safely and soundly,” Dr. Hoffman said. “We know that inclined sleepers like the Rock ‘n Play are not safe and put babies’ lives at risk. I am glad to see this product off the market and urge all parents to talk to their pediatricians about how to keep their babies safe during sleep time and any time.”

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