Caring for our future, one child at a time


1031 Pemberton Hill Road, Suite 101
Apex, North Carolina 27502
919-303-2255


Welcome to Our Office
Thank you for your interest in Ramsdell Pediatrics, Inc. Ramsdell Pediatrics believes that all children deserve access to excellent quality health care in a safe, friendly, and fun environment. From the tranquil and inviting waiting room to the fun and adventurous exam rooms, every aspect of the office is designed to make your child feel comfortable and secure during their visit. Our staff is very excited about the opportunity to provide personalized pediatric care to all our your children. We work diligently as a team, focusing on establishing rapport and trust early on with every child and their family, so that he or she feels comfortable (and even excited!) receiving their care in our office.



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Important Information...Please Read About Holiday Closings
Ramsdell Pediatrics, Inc. will be closed the following holidays: Good Friday: April 18, 2014 Memorial Day: May 26, 2014 Independence Day: July 3-4, 2014 Labor Day: September 1, 2014 Veteran's Day: November 10, 2014 Thanksgiving: November 27-28, 2014 (Closing at 12pm Wednesday, November 26, 2014 Christmas: December 24-26, 2014 (Closing at 12pm Tuesday, December 23, 2014 New Year's: January 1, 2015 (Closing at 12pm New Year's Eve Happy Holidays!



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