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We love kids! It really does just come down to that. So we want the kids and parents who come here to feel secure and comfortable and to have the best possible experience. Our goal is to promote the health, development, and growth of children from birth through age 18 years, and to help you with your children any way we can.



We accept most PPO insurance. We are also are members of Physicians Medical Group and accept HMO insurance. In addition, we are the only pediatric provider in the area that accepts TriCare, for families of Armed Forces members, and we feel privileged to serve them.

Contact Us

Suite 104
3065 Porter St,
Soquel, CA 95073

Phone: 831.462.KIDZ (5439)
Fax: 831.462.0326
Insurance billing: 831.462.3429


Open 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 10:00 a.m.
Close 4:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 11:30 a.m.

*Note we don't have a receptionist on Saturdays

Directions to our Office:

We are located about 1 block from Soquel Village in the PaperMill Plaza on Porter St. We’re across from Porter Library and La Cabana Tacqueria. (Porter St extends out in the opposite direction from Bay Ave going towards Soquel High School and eventually becomes Old San Jose Rd. )

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How to reach us after hours

Thank You for Choosing Us

We appreciate the faith and confidence our families have in us, and we feel honored that you have selected us to provide pediatric care for your children. We are always interested in improving our services to you, so please feel free to let us know how we’re doing at any time. Your comments and suggestions are always welcome.

What's New

Many of the new families in our practice choose us after seeing us on Yelp. Thanks to those of you who gave us such positive reviews. If you haven’t submitted a review, and you like the job we’re doing, we appreciate your positive comments. This helps our “doors to stay open” in this very competitive medical environment.

Flu season is coming. Click here to see “What’s Going Around". Give us a call to schedule your kids for this vaccine.

Many parents still question the necessity of immunizations. The recent explosion of Ebola virus in Africa is a reminder that anyone can get on a plane, land here in the U.S., and start an epidemic. Obviously we don’t have a vaccine for Ebola but we do for measles, polio and other diseases common in the third world. Something to think about if you’re a vaccine-doubter. Check out this link:link.

Speaking of vaccines, a recent episode of NOVA on PBS explores this continuing debate in some detail. You should be able to find this show on-demand. Click Here

Studies consistently show that parents often under-dose or overdose their kids’ liquid medications, especially when using a teaspoon or tablespoon from the kitchen. The dose on the bottle should be in “ml” (milliliters) and the prescription should come with a dropper or syringe to measure out the correct amount. If you didn’t get something to measure out the exact dose, ask at the pharmacy for one.