Every child deserves a compassionate, skilled, and specialized primary care team that is fully invested in their health and well-being. Our pediatric nurse practitioners and pediatricians support and celebrate your child’s milestones, from the day they are born through young adulthood. Our team works together with you to keep your child healthy and strong.
Pediatricians and pediatric nurse practitioners have extensive training in childhood conditions. We have a deep understanding of child development and look for signs and symptoms of developmental disorders that specifically affect young children. We serve over 10,000 children and young adults in the Monadnock Region, and are a great choice for your child’s medical care—from coughs to concussions and everything in between.
Pediatric COVID-19 vaccinations
Call our Pediatric team to schedule a COVID-19 vaccination or booster for any Cheshire Medical Center patient, age 6 months to 12 years: 603-354-6666
Choosing care for your child
Cheshire’s pediatrics and family medicine teams both partner with families on your children’s care. From regular well-child visits and immunizations to psychiatric consultations and seamless connections to Dartmouth Health Children’s, find out how we support children of any age.
Your child’s medical home team
To make sure your child has access to personalized care 365 days a year, their pediatrician leads a coordinated team. These specialized professionals assist your child's pediatrician so you and your child can get the most out of each appointment. Learn more about your medical home team.
Picking a pediatric primary care provider for your child
Once your baby has been born, call us to set up your first appointment. If you give birth here at Cheshire, our staff helps you with this simple process during your stay. If you did not give birth at Cheshire, you need to have your discharge papers for your first appointment.
All other children and teens
Our Pediatric team welcomes children of all ages. Pediatricians often remain a young adult’s primary care provider (PCP) through high school or even college graduation. Call us to choose a PCP from pediatrics. View Pediatric providers.