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Whether you will be first-time parents, or are looking for a new pediatrician for your family, call us to set up a no-charge visit to meet a physician and the staff.   We call this visit a "pre-natal" visit (even if your child is already born or older) and we will answer questions you may have about the practice, as well as questions about what to expect once your baby is born, if you're expecting.  We encourage you to contact the office which you would choose, which is generally the office closest to your home.  Check out the "Locations" tab on the website for contact information. 

NEW as of November 2017 -- EVENING pre-natal classes, offered monthly.  This will be in group format and take place at our billing office in Tenafly (open to patients who are interested in ANY location)

The next date for this will be 12/6/17 at 7:30pm at 26 Franklin Street (billing office).  The date after that will be January 18th, 2018.  Contact us at 201-569-2400 or email tzeug@tenaflypediatrics.com to register.

 

Common questions and their answers are below:

 

 

 

Common Questions

What insurance do you accept?

Click here to find out which insurance companies we participate with.

Which doctors work at the office near my home?

Some of our physicians work at more than one office, others work in one location.  To see who works in the office nearest you, please Click Here.
 

Where are you located?

We are located in both Bergen and Passaic Counties, and with six office locations you are a short drive away to any one of our offices.  Please click here for a complete list of locations and contact information.
 

Do you have separate waiting rooms for sick and well?

Each office has a spacious waiting room and every office has a separate area designated for sick children and well children. 

I'm not sure whether to call a doctor or not?

Handling illnesses after hours is a major challenge in pediatrics. After Hours Parent Care is a link on our website which provides an excellent resource for those questions you may have when your child is experiencing symptoms.  You are always free to contact us with any questions if you still feel uncertain or have questions this resource does not address.