Appointments: 540-347-9900
20 Rock Pointe, Warrenton, VA 20186

Office Information

Piedmont Pediatrics Waiting Room

Welcome to our office! Our goal is to provide you with the best in pediatric care. We are here to serve you and your children. Our office has only one location, where you will be able to establish a relationship with our staff and physicians. Our pediatricians are trained to …..

  • Offer advice to prevent illness and injuries
  • Provide early and appropriate care of acute illness to prevent its progression
  • Guide you in anticipating your child’s needs from newborn to 21 years
  • Promote healthy lifestyles for children and adolescents

In order to familiarize yourself with our practice and so we can provide the best care for your children, please take a few minutes to read through the following information.

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Our Vision

“To be the premier pediatric practice in Virginia, nurturing the growth and development of its children, ensuring their success as healthy, happy and productive adults in tomorrow’s society.”

The office information outlines how our practice operates. If you have any questions about the below, please do not hesitate to ask.

Sick and Well Waiting Areas

We have provided sick and well waiting areas for your convenience. If you come to the office with more than one child and one of your children is sick then you must report to the sick waiting room. Children who are here for a well exam, medication check, nurse visit or follow-up exam from a previous illness may proceed to the well waiting room. Thank you in advance for your cooperation in this matter.

Teen Waiting Area

We have provided a teen waiting area for those children 12 years and older and their parents. It is a separate room with a dedicated T.V., appropriate room décor and reading material. For children younger than 12, please proceed to the Sick/Well waiting areas.

Office Etiquette

Please follow the guidelines when in our waiting areas to ensure a pleasant experience for all patients and their families.

  • Be mindful of your surroundings. Talk softly to friends and family members. Take cell phone conversations out of the waiting area into the lobby area or outside.
  • Watch your children. There are many children, infants to teenagers, keep an eye on your child(ren) to ensure they are behaving appropriately.
  • Appropriate attire for young eyes is expected from both parents and children. No obscenities or adult graphics should be visible. Shirts, pants and shoes are required on all individuals. Those not walking don’t have to wear shoes.
  • No smoking of any kind, including electronic cigarettes and vapes.
  • Be patient. The staff is trying their best to provide a positive check-in experience which, at times, requires extra patience and understanding.

Immunization Policy

Our physicians believe that all children should be fully immunized unless there are medical contraindications. Therefore, you will need to bring a copy of your child’s immunization records to the first visit in order to be seen. We are unable to accept new patients/families unless they are willing to fully comply with the recommended timetable for vaccine administration per the American Academy of Pediatrics. We believe this policy advocates for children and their best interest.