Packard Children's Health Alliance announces addition of Peninsula Pediatric Medical Group

Published on November 29, 2012 at 4:02 AM · No Comments

Packard Children's Health Alliance announced today that the Peninsula Pediatric Medical Group has joined their fast-growing network of care.

"This is wonderful news," said Kim Roberts, chief executive officer of the Packard Children's Health Alliance, the medical network of Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford. "The Peninsula Pediatric Medical Group is known throughout the region for dedicated and compassionate service, and we're excited to have them join our team."

Added William Kennedy, MD, president of the Packard Children's Health Alliance board, "The addition of Peninsula Pediatric Medical Group furthers our objective of working with the highest quality providers of care to children and expectant mothers, and in the local areas where our families reside."

With offices in Burlingame and San Mateo, the Peninsula Pediatric Medical Group is comprised of 11 top pediatricians and has been serving the Bay Area for generations. "We deliver a full range of services for infants, children and teens, including wellness checkups, immunizations, and all types of preventive and medical services," said Mark Showen, MD. The team also provides advice on nutrition, safety, emotional wellness, and growth and development.

"Helping families foster a lifetime of good health is what we do," said Showen, "and joining the Packard Children's Health Alliance furthers that goal. It's a name that's synonymous with world-class care, and we're proud to be a part of their network."

Source: Packard Children's Health Alliance

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