In The News
'Stay home. Stay healthy. Thank you again for thinking of us'
The physicians and staff of Monroe Pediatrics would like to say a huge thank you to the Fire and Police Departments of Monroe, Harriman and Woodbury, the Monroe Volunteer Ambulance, the Orange County Highway Department, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department and the New York State Police for the morale-boosting parade in front of our office on Wednesday, April 22. Click here to read on…
Thank you to our police, fire, ambulance, and local officials for the drive-by love today!
It was such an awesome sight to see! We are so appreciative of your support today and every day!
Pie In The Face 2017
Looking to build on last year’s whipped cream success, Monroe Pediatrics will host its third annual “Pie in the Face and Tricky Tray for Pediatric Cancer” on Saturday, Sept. 10 at 2 p.m. at its Gilbert St. offices.
Learn what to expect in middle school
Registration is now taking place for a special, free program for girls entering the sixth-grade at Monroe-Woodbury Middle School.
“A Girl’s Guide to Middle School” will feature three workshops designed to help incoming sixth-grade girls become more knowledgeable about three topics which “girls who’ve been there” say aren’t always discussed as part of middle school orientation.
Dr. Goldstein’s ACOP Community Pediatrician of the Year for 2016.
Congratulations! You have been chosen to receive the American College of Osteopathic Pediatricians (ACOP)2016 Harold H. Finkel, DO and Arnold Melnick, DO Community Pediatrician of the Year Award.
The Harold H. Finkel, DO award was established in memory of Dr. Finkel whose illustrious career spanned over 50 years of community pediatric practice. He was known for his exceptional care and availability to his patients, his commitment to students, interns, residents, addressing community child health needs, advocating for the most vulnerable children and service to the ACOP.