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Recommend your Beaumont Pediatrician

Also, did you meet with the Dr. before you delievered your LO? I am not sure if we need to meet the doctor, or just let the hospital know. Thanks!!
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Re: Recommend your Beaumont Pediatrician

  • Mali & Mali Pediatrics in Beaumont, Troy. They have 4 doctors there and all are very nice. Our daughter was sick this weekend and they were following up with us today to make sure she was OK. My OB recommended them and I have not met them till the day my daughter was born.
  • I take DS to Northeast Pediatrics on Rochester between Avon and Hamlin.  J & R paged me, so if you go down a few posts, I have more information about the practice.  I've been really happy so far. 

    If you want to meet the doctor beforehand, you can.  They set-up appointments on Saturday morning so you can see the office and you meet with one of the doctors.  It's not required though and we didn't.  When you're admitted into L&D, they'll ask you who your peditrician is

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  • We are checking out Drs. Wozniak and Eastman in Birmingham and Drs. Shilling and Coleman in Bloomfield Hills.  I have heard multiple good recs for both practices from my friends.  Dr. Wozniak and Eastman don't have a website but the other one is:

    https://www.pedspecialists.com/

     

  • My children have seen Dr. Bierema with Paint Creek Pediatrics in Rochester for the past six years.  She is amazing and down to earth.  They rotate weekend hospital rounds with Dr. Mali's practice (who actually came to see us in the hospital when I delivered my second baby).  Dr. Mali was also great. You don't typically have to meet with a pediatrician, but you may want to call the office of the doctor you choose to make sure they are accepting new patients.  Good luck!

  • We are meeting with Dr. Molly O'Shea next Tuesday.  She offers "meet the doctor" / tour visits Monday-Friday at 5:00. 

    I've heard a lot of good things about her.  I am a teacher and at least 4 other teachers in my buildidng recommended her.  

    https://www.birminghampediatrics.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=44&Itemid=53
  • I've also heard good things about Dr. O'Shea.  We see Pedaitric Health Care (the name in the yellow pages would be Dr. Sharon McManus) in Sterling Heights.  They are at 18 1/2 and Mound.  I appreciate that they understand that we as parents know more about our own child than they can when it comes to every day matters.  :)  They are on the younger side, and are really up on current research.  They're not the best on breastfeeding info and it's accuracy, but that is really the only complaint I have had...and honestly, doing what I do?  There are very VERY few docs in our area who have a clue about breastfeeding.  It's just not taught.  IT's an optional four hour class and about 0.005% of the medical students take the class.  Overall I'd give them a big thumbs up!

  • I second Mali & Mali.  They were recommended to us by many of DH's coworkers and we met with one of the doctors before DS was born.  I love all three of the younger doctors (Dr. Zoy, Dr. Vik, and Dr. Youn)...I find them to be very personable and they are really great with DS.  The older Dr. Mali is not to my taste, though.  IMO, he's abrupt and doesn't really make me feel comfortable asking questions and such.

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  • We go to Michigan Adult and Child Medicine and specifically, Dr. Renee Paye. (She's out of RO Beaumont, not sure if she has privileges at Troy.) She was recommended from a friend's OB, and we love her. DH and I met with her while I was pregnant just to make sure we clicked and shared the same ideals when it came to care for DS. We also wanted to check out the office...clean, dirty, etc.There are four doctors in the practice, two men and two women. Everything is electronic, including his chart; no trying to read prescriptions (I loathe the usual doctor scribbling)- it's a printout, which is great. We can get copies of everything. She just genuinely seems to care and takes the time to sit down and answer all my millions of questions. The office is on Common and Hoover.
  • We go to Merrilwood on Woodward out of RO Beaumont.  I think there are 4 doctors there (all female) and we usually see Dr. Laska, but all of the other ones have seemed very nice.
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    I've also heard good things about Dr. O'Shea.  We see Pedaitric Health Care (the name in the yellow pages would be Dr. Sharon McManus) in Sterling Heights.  They are at 18 1/2 and Mound.  I appreciate that they understand that we as parents know more about our own child than they can when it comes to every day matters.  :)  They are on the younger side, and are really up on current research.  They're not the best on breastfeeding info and it's accuracy, but that is really the only complaint I have had...and honestly, doing what I do?  There are very VERY few docs in our area who have a clue about breastfeeding.  It's just not taught.  IT's an optional four hour class and about 0.005% of the medical students take the class.  Overall I'd give them a big thumbs up!

     

    We are going here also.  I met Dr. McManus 2 weeks ago and loved her.   My sister went through a TON of Peds before deciding on her. 

  • We also see Mali & Mali.  We LOVE their practice.  My favorite is Dr Zoey at Mali & Mali.
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    Mali & Mali Pediatrics in Beaumont, Troy. They have 4 doctors there and all are very nice. Our daughter was sick this weekend and they were following up with us today to make sure she was OK. My OB recommended them and I have not met them till the day my daughter was born.

    This!  Our favorite doctors are Dr. Vik (Dr. Mali's son) and Dr. Zoya (pronounced Zoey).

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