Welcome to Manhattan Valley Pediatrics
We know that finding the right pediatrician is important for both you and your little one. Our goal at Manhattan Valley Pediatrics is to create a warm, welcoming office where families feel supported. For the past 13 years the founders of MVP have been working in pediatric practices learning what works and what doesn’t. We have come together to form a practice we would want for our own children, in our own community. We practice personalized pediatric care, using the most up-to-date information and technology to keep kids and parents happy and healthy.
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We want to be part of your family and as such we want to make sure that your experience is 5-stars! Should you have any issues, be sure to let us know. Otherwise, see you next time!
Our Latest News.
In this video, Dr. Grant and Dr. Hoffman give you the rundown on everything a new parent needs to know in the first two weeks of their Newborn’s life
As we celebrate the FDA approving two COVID-19 vaccines recently, many questions have arisen. Here are some thoughts from the MVP team. If you have any other questions, please reach out to your pediatrician
Alcohol and Breastfeeding You have been abstaining from alcohol for a full nine months and have finally delivered your precious newborn… is a celebratory glass of champagne ok? Or will it get your little