For fifty years now, Old Tappan Pediatrics has been ensuring the health and well-being of the children of Bergen and Rockland counties. While there have been advancements and improvements to the practice, and to the world of medicine during this time, the philosophies of our group remain. Old Tappan Pediatrics is committed to treating each patient with exceptional competence, caring and compassion, and being available to each family as a source of comfort, guidance and information.
Old Tappan Pediatrics is proud to be physician owned and operated. We are American Board of Pediatrics certified Pediatricians with two offices conveniently located in Old Tappan, NJ and Bergenfield, NJ. We are open seven days a week, have weekday evening hours for working parents, and are available 24 hrs a day for emergent problems or questions.
Our office is now a member of the BCD Health Partners. Click here to learn about this exciting consortium of physicians. This collaboration has given us better access to resources and technology. In addition, it has helped us achieve our certification as a Patient Centered Medical Home.
Our practice has two offices conveniently located in the center of the towns of Old Tappan and Bergenfield. Between the two, we are able to accommodate patients seven days a week, with evening hours on most weekdays. With our new electronic medical records system, you can see our doctors at either office and your charts, labs, and important information will follow you.
After hours, our 24 hour call service allows easy access to our physicians.
|Monday||9:30 am – 5:00 pm (closed between 12 and 1) Evening hours: 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm|
|Tuesday||9:30 am – 5 pm (closed between 12 and 1)|
|Wednesday||9:30 am – 5 pm (closed between 12 and 1) Evening hours: 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm|
|Thursday||9:30 am – 5 pm (closed between 12 and 1)|
|Friday||9:30 am – 5:00 pm (closed between 12 and 1)|
|Saturday||Sick Only 9:30 AM until done|
Hours are subject to change (we’ll stay late if we need to, or may close if necessary – ie. storms, trick or treating). You are always better off calling as early as possible to avoid conflicts.
For true emergencies, please call 911 and get to an Emergency Room. For everything less serious than that, we urge you to call our office to make an appointment before coming in. Depending on severity, we will be happy to accommodate situations as needed.