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Pediatrics at Boulder Medical Center

Pediatricians in Boulder, Louisville, Longmont and Erie, Colorado

The Boulder Medical Center Pediatrics Department is one of the largest practices in the area. Our board-certified pediatricians are committed to providing personal, high-quality and compassionate health care to present and future generations, from newborns to young adults.

*** Important Updates

Your Boulder Medical Center pediatricians want you to know that in these unprecedented times we are here to help you with all your child’s health needs.

  • Now Scheduling In-Person and Telemedicine Visits
    Please know that we can address most questions and concerns you may have over a video visits. Can your child’s care team to learn if a video visit is right for you. Click Here for general information about telemedicine at Boulder Medical Center.
  • How to make the most of your virtual pediatric visit

Please don’t wait to discuss issues you’ve been worried about. We wish everyone well and can’t wait to see you in person again!

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BMC-Boulder  |  Foothills


BMC-Louisville  |  Avista


About the Pediatrics Department at Boulder Medical Center

Pediatrics is the medical specialty concerned with the physical, mental and social health of all children from birth to young adulthood. At Boulder Medical Center, our pediatricians strive to provide your family with world-class care close to home. With board certified pediatricians available 24/7 in both Louisville and Boulder, our clinic services include:

  • Well-child checkups
  • Same-day sick child visits
  • Immunizations
  • Sports physicals
  • Newborn nursery care at Boulder Community Hospital ( through our BMC-Foothills clinic) and Avista Hospital (through our BMC-Louisville clinic)

We are excited to partner with your family to care for your most precious gift!

Forms and Information

Helpful Links

Flu Shots:  Contact your primary care provider for details and to make an appointment

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends annual influenza vaccination for everyone 6 months and older with any licensed, influenza vaccine that is appropriate for the recipient’s age and health status. Vaccination to prevent flu is particularly important for people who are at high risk of developing serious flu complications. See People at High Risk of Developing Flu-Related Complications for a full list of age and health factors that confer increased risk.

Please Read:  Pediatrics Department Vaccine Policy Statement

Helpful Pediatric Web Links:

Government site for Administration for Children & Families- www.acf.dhhs.gov
Government site for Immunization Information- www.cdc.gov/nip
Immunization Action Coalition- www.immunize.org


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Recent Pediatrics Posts

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Are you needing help teaching your child to ride a bike? Pediatrician James Gottlieb, MD shares his thoughts on how best to support your child through this fun, yet sometimes challenging, process.

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