Welcome

Welcome to our offices based in South Burlington, Burlington, and Milton, Vermont. Timber Lane Pediatrics has been providing pediatric care in the Burlington area for over 50 years. Our physicians and staff continue to dedicate themselves to the health and care of infants, children and adolescents from birth through age 22. Our goal is to provide you with the best medical care for your family.

Our Renovated 51 Timber Lane office is now open!

Our 51 Timber Lane office reopened Monday, July 1.  Our regular South Burlington office flooded this winter after a sprinkler pipe burst.  We were seeing patients out of a temporary office on Dorset Street while our Timber Lane office was being renovated.  As of Monday, July 1, we are happy to be back in our brand new, beautiful Timber Lane office space for all office visits.  All phone numbers remain the same.

 

Ticks and Lyme

It is tick season.  Remember to wear insect repellent and do tick checks regularly.  If you find a tick on your child, remove it promptly with tweezers or a credit card, clean the area well with alcohol, and apply a topical antibiotic.  If you think the tick was attached to your child for more than 24 hours or are unsure how long it was attached for, call our office to see if your child needs preventive treatment.

Click here for more information on tick and Lyme Disease from the Vermont Department of Health.

 

Which Sunblock Should I Use?

Use a physical sunscreen - the active ingredients should be zinc oxide and/or titanium dioxide.  We do not recommend spray sunscreens as these can be inhaled.  Apply every two hours and more often if your child is in the water frequently.  Avoid peak sun hours of 10 AM to 2 PM and wear protective clothing, hats and sunglasses.  Environmental Working Group is a non-profit organization that keeps a great list of safe suncreens for children.  You can find this list here.

 

Can I Use Insect Repellent?

You can use insect repellent on infants older than 6 months.  See the American Academy of Pediatrics' website for more information on which product to choose.  You can find this information here.

 

What To Do for Bug Bites?

Mosquito bites and other insect bites can be a summer nuisance.  If your child has an itchy bug bite, you can apply an over the counter 1% hydrocortisone to help the symptoms.  If the bite continues to look red and swollen, call our office to see if your child should be seen.

 

NEW! Morning Walk-In Hours!

Timber Lane Pediatrics is excited to offer morning walk-in hours! 

You can now bring your child to be seen from 8-9 AM at one of our offices without an appointment. We feel this is a great way to help our families have their sick child seen sooner - before work, daycare, or school.

  • No appointment necessary
  • Current Timber Lane patients only
  • Children older than 4 months
  • Symptoms fewer than 3 days
  • For routine illnesses like sore throat, ear pain, cough and cold symptoms, fever, rash or pinkeye.
  • For younger infants, symptoms for more than 3 days, and visits for belly pain, headaches, behavioral issues, or more complex medical problems, we will ask you to make an appointment so we can give your concern the time and attention it deserves.
  • For holidays, check our website for information on whether walk-in hours will be held.

South Burlington Walk In Hours (at 366 Dorset Street): Monday through Friday 8-9 AM

Burlington Walk In Hours: Monday 8-9 AM

Milton Walk In Hours: Monday 8-9 AM

 

 

Our 51 Timber Lane office has been fully renovated and is now open!

 

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