Pediatric Partners specializes in the care of infants, children, adolescents and teens through college age.
We are available for well child checks, physical exams, sick visits in the office and child patients in Valley View Hospital. Pediatric Partners offers “Meet and Greet” appointments free of charge, to both expectant parents and existing families.
“We understand the importance of deciding on your child’s physician,” Dr. David Brooks remarked. “These appointments allow you to meet us before you decide on a pediatrician for your children.”
Download Patient Demographic Forms
Prior to your first Pediatric Partners’ visit, please click the link below to download, print, complete and sign the patient demographic form (pdf). Please bring the completed form with you to your first visit.
Download & Print Patient Demographic Forms
For more information, please call 970.947.9999.
Retrieve Your Medical Records
Obtaining a copy of your Valley View Hospital medical records is easy. To start your request, simply download, print, complete and sign the following form (pdf).
Instructions: Complete ALL portions of this authorization and bring it with you to Pediatric Partners.
If you have any questions, please contact us @ 970-947-9999.
To view or print our Privacy Practices for Protected Health Information, click on the following link:
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Valley View reminds the community that its a perfect time to make your home safer for children, pets and yourself. There are many common substances in every home that can be a source of poisoning. Cleaning products, analgesics, cosmetics, plants and common chemicals are among the leading causes of poisoning. Their proper use, storage and labeling is essential to protecting your family.
Poison Control Hotline: 1-800-222-1222
Keeping your child healthy is a big job! Injuries are the number one cause of death for children and adolescents ages 1 to 21. There are important steps that parents, pediatricians and communities can take to keep injuries from happening. But when an injury does occur, quick action to give appropriate first aid can reduce the consequences of the injury.
Motor vehicle crashes account for the largest number of accidental deaths in children and adolescents ages 1 to 21. Make sure that all infants and children use the proper child car seats, booster seats, and seat belts.
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