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Patient-focused primary care pediatricians serving Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Pittsboro and Mebane North Carolina.

Village Pediatrics specializes in pediatric medicine for a child & physical, emotional and developmental health.


Village Pediatrics Flu Clinics

 

 

 

Dr. Lori is getting her flu shot. Call and get an appointment for your family today!!

 

Tuesday, October 1st, 2019: 3PM – 4:30PM 

Wednesday, October 2nd, 2019: 9:30AM – 11:00AM 

Saturday, October 5th, 2019: 8AM – 1PM 

Tuesday, October 8th, 2019: 3PM – 4:30PM 

Wednesday, October 9th, 2019: 9:30AM – 11AM 

Wednesday, October 16th, 2019: 9:30AM – 11AM 

Thursday, October 17th, 2019: 3PM – 4:30PM 

Saturday, October 19th, 2019: 8AM – 1PM 

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2019: 9:30AM – 11AM 

Tuesday, October 29th, 2019: 3PM – 4:30PM 

Wednesday, October 30th, 2019: 9:30AM – 11AM 

 

 


Teething Necklaces and Beads: A Caution for Parents

"​​​​​When parents see their baby suffering, they just want a solution. Teething necklaces and beads have become an increasing popular alternative treatment to ease teething painBut, are they effective and safe? The answer is no."

Click here for info on Teething Necklaces and Beads


NO-COST EYE ASSESSMENTS FOR INFANTS 6-12 MONTHS

 

The American Optometric Association recommends scheduling

our baby’s first eye exam around six months of age

 

https://www.infantsee.org

Kimberly Gush

Kim Gush, MD PhD

Owner and Medical Director

Dr. Kim Gush moved to Chapel Hill with her family in 1995 to attend UNC School of Medicine where she was accepted into the MD/PhD program. In 2000, she completed the first 2 years of medical school and earned her PhD after completing a dissertation on hematopoetic stem cell development and gene therapy. Dr Gush received several awards during medical and graduate school including the prestigious MacNider award and several merit awards. She finished medical school in 2002. Dr Gush completed her pediatric residency at UNC Children’s Hospital in 2005 and received a Kaiser Permanente Teaching Award. Upon completion she worked in the outpatient pediatric gastroenterology clinic at UNC until she opened Village Pediatrics in March of 2006.

“I had long dreamed of opening my own practice and offering something a little different from what I, my family, and friends were experiencing when interacting within the medical establishment. Specifically, I wanted to offer better medical service. The idea that a patient could be greeted with a smile, listened to for more than 90 seconds, and spoken to with words of respect, comfort, and encouragement seems a novel concept in today’s medical environment. But I want to establish this as the norm instead of the exception. This is what I hope to provide at Village Pediatrics.”