Meenal Pabari, M.D>

Meenal Pabari, M.D>
CARE FIRST PEDIATRICS 812 Pollard Road, Suite 1 Los Gatos, CA 95032

Meenal Pabari, M.D>

The Pediatricians at Care First Pediatrics take more time than most other Pediatric offices when seeing patients. This extra level of care is made possible because most Health Insurances, PPOs and EPOs are accepted, but not HMOs.

The staff are cheerful, friendly and helpful. After a visit there, you so often feel blessed to have been there. The doctors take great care, provide helpful information and truly make you feel loved.

Care First Pediatrics has been the only Pediatric office in the Bay area for the past two years to offer Visual Evoked Potential (VEP) vision testing to test for amblyopia on children as young as 6 months old. Amblyopia occurs more that all other child vision deficits combined. Early treatment allows for the best outcomes.

It's so great to help give children the maximum freedom the deserve by being part of the process of keeping them in good health. We hope to be a blessing to you too.

Newborns are a delight! With proper guidance, most newborns can be sleeping through the night within about six weeks from birth. Ask our doctors how.

Chaste living habits for teens are encouraged. If it's important to you to have a doctor who supports you in advocating - "Wait until marriage" you'll find us to be supportive.
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Services Meenal Pabari, M.D> provides pediatric care at 812 Pollard Road, Suite 1, Los Gatos, CA 95032 in Los Gatos, CA.

Pediatricians provide comprehensive care for infants, children and adolescents. They are able to diagnose and treat illnesses, injuries, conditions and developmental issues.

To learn more, or to make an appointment with CARE FIRST PEDIATRICS in Los Gatos, CA, please call (408) 374-1212.
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I was really blessed by some of their ideas on parenting. I didn't realize there are ways to help a newborn sleep through the night by about age six weeks. I have friends with horror stories about being sleep deprived for years. I know I can always count on them. They have separate sick and well waiting rooms. I couldn't believe how well-decorated and child-friendly their examining rooms were. It was obvious that they really cared about making children as comfortable as possible. Whenever I asked them for more information about anything, they were happy to take the time to give me as much information as I wanted. They made me feel like every question I had was important.
by Thankful Mom
May 27, 2011