Our Office

Office Policies and Forms

If it’s your first time visiting us, be sure to download the registration forms you need to fill out, and complete them prior to your visit so that you can save time at the office! Please also be sure to fill out the Financial Policy
, as well as the COVID Waiver . Also, if you’re switching to our practice and want us to retrieve your records, be sure to
download this form
 and then email it to pedscallcenter@mssm.edu

Accepted Insurances

Aetna
Cigna
Emblem/GHI
Traditional Medicaid
Healthfirst and Healthfirst Leaf
Empire BCBS Healthplus
Empire BCBS Commercial
Fidelis
Oscar
Multiplan/PHCS
Magnacare
United/Oxford
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New Offerings at MVP!

Pediatric Cardiology every Wednesday at Manhattan Valley Pediatrics! We are excited to welcome Dr. Erin Paul, an attending pediatric cardiologist at Mt. Sinai Hospital, to our offices every Wednesday.

Neuropsychological Testing on Wednesday Afternoons at Manhattan Valley Pediatrics! Manhattan Valley Pediatrics welcomes Soffer and Associates on Wednesday afternoons.

Now Offering Medical Ear Piercing! Feel comfortable with safe, sanitary ear piercing by our wonderful trained piercing professionals. Ear piecing is currently scheduled for select Saturdays. Please call or email the office to schedule an appointment.

Our Latest News.

October 11, 2021

DOES MY KID NEED A COVID TEST (AND IF SO, WHAT KIND?)

One of our most common phone calls at night and over the weekend is: DOES MY KID NEED A COVID TEST? Usually the call is triggered by a fever, cold symptoms, diarrhea, vomiting, or a COVID

September 19, 2021

Automobile Safety: Car Seat & Air Bags – The Facts

Unfortunately, car accidents are a leading cause of injury and death in children each year. One of the most important ways to protect your children in a car is by properly buckling them into an appropriate

July 7, 2021

Lyme Disease – What You Need to Know

  As the weather heats up and kids spend more time playing outside, ticks become a bigger threat. Although Lyme Disease can be contracted throughout the year, cases spike between the months of June and October. With