Welcome to Children’s Medical Group- Plainview
At Children’s Medical Group, our mission is to provide you with the highest quality patient-centered medical care while improving the health and well-being of our communities, Plainview, New York, and the surrounding areas. Doctors Thomas Capilupi, MD, Deborah Millington-Capilupi, MD, Tim Hogan, MD, Joel Kahan, MD, and our trusted team of clinicians and staff look forward to contributing to the health and well-being of your child.Schedule An Office Tour
Infancy, childhood, adolescence, and young adulthood are delicate periods for a child. Well visits are an essential part to live a healthy life. It is important to keep up-to-date with your child’s visits and immunizations.
Routine Well Visits
Our pediatricians monitor your child’s growth to ensure they meet all milestones and benchmarks. We provide easy-to-follow care schedules for your child based on age, medical history, and other essential factors.
Well visits include:
- General screenings
- Lab work
When your child experiences a common illness, our pediatricians are available to treat your sick child as soon as possible in a compassionate, friendly environment. Patients can also access specialty clinicians should an illness require advanced diagnostic attention or care.
Immunizations and vaccinations are important to shield your little one against preventable diseases, such as whooping cough (pertussis) and measles, which can be extremely dangerous to your children. It is important to stay on top of your child’s immunization schedule by attending all your child’s well visits.
Minor Injury Care
Much like sickness, injuries tend to occur suddenly and without warning. If your child suffers a minor injury and requires medical attention, our pediatricians can apply the treatments needed for proper healing.View Service
No matter where you are, you can rely on us for dependable pediatric care using our telehealth services. Our physicians consult with you via video conferencing to evaluate conditions, manage symptoms, and advise you on proper care—no office visit required!
How Does Pediatric Telehealth Work?
Patients can connect with their doctor using an iOS or Android device. Similar to a FaceTime, Skype, or Zoom call, simply use the AnyTime Pediatrics App on your smartphone or tablet to successfully consult with us.
You will need to input our Telehealth practice code.
What Can My Pediatrician Evaluate Through Telehealth?
What Can My Pediatrician Evaluate:
- Asthma control education
- Behavioral health
- Breastfeeding support
- Colds and other minor illnesses
- Constipation, diarrhea, or vomiting
- COVID-19 (coronavirus symptoms)
- Minor trauma screening (cuts, abrasions, animal bites)
- Nutrition support
- Pink eye
And much more!
The Pediatric Telehealth Process
Step One – Open or download the AnyTime Pediatrics App
Step Two – Request a Consultation
Log into the app on your device and click on the patient icon. Select the patient who will be seen and choose “Request a Visit.” You should see our practice listed.
If we are grayed out, then our office is not open to walk-in telemedicine visits at this time. However, you may be able to schedule a visit still. In these circumstances, please contact our office to schedule.
Step Three – Consult with Your Doctor
You will enter the virtual waiting room. You may receive chat notifications from the admin to gather important information once you enter the practice’s virtual waiting room. Otherwise, you will be routed to the next available clinician.
Step Four – End the Call
Once your consultation is complete, you may return to your daily activity without disruption.
Daytime Visits: Monday – Friday 8:00 am to 6:30 pm
After-Hour Visits: Seven Days a Week 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm
For new patients, please call 833-269-2444 and enter practice code 2444.
After-Hours Telehealth Visits
After-hours telehealth visits are available seven nights a week with an Allied pediatrician from 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm. For technical issues or concerns, you can speak with a telehealth coordinator at 833-269-2444 any time after 6:30 pm.
To request an after-hours telehealth visit, click here.View Service
Ear piercing can be separated into two categories – infancy and “when they are old enough to ask for it.”
Infancy – Ear piercing during infancy is best done between 3 and 10 months. Before 3 months they are too young and after 10 months they are more active making the actual piercing more difficult.
Older children – Ear piercing after 10 months of age may be slightly more complex. Not only does the child have to ask for the piercing, but they have to sit still for the piercing as well. After 10 months we recommend 3-year-olds being the youngest. However, we can assess on a child-by-child basis depending on the individual.
Ear piercing is not covered by insurance.
We solely pierce ear lobes. We do not pierce the cartilage higher up on the ear as the risk of infection is too great. We do not pierce any other body parts.
We use the patented Blomdahl sterile cassette system which is only available in a physician’s office. The earring goes in and the backing goes on at the time of the piercing. The tiny “diamond” stud is surrounded by 24-karat gold and the only metal touching your child’s skin is titanium. This inert metal is the least likely to cause any kind of allergic reaction at the site of the piercing.View Service
Pediatric Care Team of Plainview, New York
The skilled pediatricians, nurses, and staff at Children’s Medical Group ensure your family receives the best possible care. As members of Allied Physicians Group, our offices have access to a network of pediatricians and specialists to support our pediatric services, solutions, resources, and capabilities for your child’s health. Learn more about our pediatricians and our practice’s commitment to your family.
Virtual Office Tour
At Allied’s Children’s Medical Group, our doctors are Diplomats of the American Board of Pediatrics and Fellows of the American Academy of Pediatrics. The office opens at 8:00 AM Monday through Saturday to schedule appointments. Sick appointments are scheduled on the same day as requested.
If your child needs medical services when our offices are closed, it is always best to call the answering service at (516) 674-1586. Often, simple advice is all that is necessary, and the child can easily be seen in the office during regular hours the next day. Of course, if you feel your child has a life-threatening emergency, please call 911 or proceed to the nearest emergency room.
About Allied Physicians Group in New York
Founded in 2006, Allied Physicians Group is the largest physician-owned pediatric partnership in New York metropolitan area. As a physician-led organization, Allied Physicians Group is a growing partnership of more than 35 pediatric practices, asthma, allergy, immunology, pulmonary specialists, and adult medicine physicians, who are located throughout Greater New York City, Long Island, and the lower Hudson Valley region. Each year, the 150 clinicians of Allied Physicians Group see more than 180,000 patients and remain dedicated to comprehensive, quality healthcare for all patients.
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