Just So Pediatrics

Exceptional Pediatric Care in Windham County

Just So Pediatrics offers comprehensive care to infants, children, and adolescents.  Dr. Heather Lesage-Horton, Dr. Valerie Rooney, Dr. Susan Slowinski and certified pediatric nurse practitioner Cynthia Howes share the goal of making their office your child’s pediatric home. Together with the staff they strive to make sure that your visit is a comfortable one.

Our office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 5 PM.

Whatever the reason for your visit, they will work with you and your family in a timely manner to make sure that you get the best care and also receive the information and answers you require.

Services available are:

  • Well Child Visits
  • Same Day Sick Visits
  • Adolescent Care
  • Vaccines / Immunizations
  • Allergies
  • Asthma Management
  • ADHD Management
  • Telephone Triage
  • Suture Removal
  • Weight Management and Nutrition

Patient Centered Medical Home information

Parent Resources

Cynthia Howes CPNP

Guidelines for Limiting Screen Time

By Cynthia Howes Pediatric health practitioners have long cautioned parents about limiting the amount of television their children watch. Now, with the internet, smartphones, tablets, and portable gaming systems, screen time has increased dramatically. In 2011, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AA...  View Details »

Cynthia Howes CPNP

Strategies for Managing Family Stress During Holidays

By Cynthia Howes Children’s health practitioners spend a great deal of time working with families on creating routines that ensure children and their families are getting enough rest, eating healthy foods and staying active. These patterns are the key elements for children of all ages, from infant...  View Details »

Why Immunize?

By Jane Katz-Field, MD MEASLES?? In Vermont? Didn’t they wipe that out? Actually, because of effective vaccination programs starting in the 1960s, measles was basically eliminated in this country by the late 1990s. Today we are seeing some of these vaccine-preventable diseases again because of peo...  View Details »

To Immunize or Not to Immunize

by Jane Katz-Field, MD Many parents question the need for, and safety of, vaccines for their children. With all the stories on the internet claiming vaccines cause allergies, autism, and brain damage, this skepticism is understandable. Celebrities on TV talk shows tell stories that are scary. The hu...  View Details »

Swimming Safety

by Jane Katz Field, MD During my pediatric training, I spent two months of one summer in the pediatric intensive care unit. It was there that I came to appreciate the perils of swimming. A four-year-old girl was brought in as a “near-drowning” victim. Her father, a responsible, caring ma...  View Details »

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