Welcome to the new website for North Pinellas Children's Medical Center. North Pinellas Children's Medical Center serves patients from birth to 18 years of age with offices in the Palm Harbor, New Port Richey and Westchase areas, seven days a week. Click on your preferred office location to see the hours the office is open.
Check back frequently for updates about our practice as well as news regarding your children's health.
To better serve our patients, our Westchase office is open Saturday mornings! You will be able to schedule same day sick appointments and there will also be some slots available for routine physicals, which may be scheduled in advance.
As always, our offices in Palm Harbor and New Port Richey are open on Saturdays and Sundays for same day sick appointments.
The Physicians at North Pinellas Children's Medical Center are available to see your children seven days a week. With rare exceptions, appointments can be scheduled within 24 hours.
North Pinellas Children's Medical Center started in 1992 when Drs. Thomas Hennessy, Dean Fauber, "Dino" Pantages and James Dwyer combined their existing practices into one location in Palm Harbor. This location continues to be our anchor office on US 19. It has grown from four practicing physicians to our current nineteen. Our management teams also work at this location.
In 1995, we opened our first satellite office in New Port Richey on old SR 54. A year later, we moved to Little Road. During this period, we grew from one full-time practice to five physician practices. July of 2008, we moved our office to a new facility on SR 54 just east of the entrance to Longleaf.
In 2004, we opened our Westchase office. Their current location is on Racetrack Road. Dr's Joanna Allison, Christine Armstrong, Dean Fauber and Dr. Khan Adnan (Dr. Addy). are our anchors for this office. We are currently seeing patients there Monday through Saturday.
Our mission is to continue to find better ways to provide quality care for our patients at all our locations. We will continue to work towards that goal.
Patient Centered Medical Home / Care Coordination
If your child has been diagnosed with or is at risk for developing certain chronic illnesses and diseases or behavioral health problems such as Asthma, Diabetes, ADHD, Obesity, you may be assigned to a special Care Coordination Team made up of one of our physicians, a medical assistant, and a care coordinator who will develop an individualized care plan for your child and help to coordinate specialty care as well as provide you with community resources and support. If you are enrolled in this program, we will encourage you to choose a main primary pediatrician to serve as your North Pinellas Children's Team Leader so that he/she may closely oversee your child's treatment.