Safety

1 to 2 Years: Safety for Your Child

1 to 4 Years, From (Part 1): Framingham Safety Survey

1 to 4 Years, From (Part 2): Framingham Safety Survey

10 to 12 Years, From: Framingham Safety Survey

10 Years: Safety for Your Child

2 to 4 Years: Safety for Your Child

5 to 9 Years, From: Framingham Safety Survey

5 Years: Safety for Your Child

6 to 12 Months: Safety for Your Child

6 Years: Safety for Your Child

8 Years: Safety for Your Child

A Guide to Children’s Dental Health

A Guide to Safety Counseling in Office Practice

A Parent’s Guide to Water Safety

About Bicycle Helmets

Air Bag Safety

Anesthesia and Your Child: Information for Parents

Antibiotics and Your Child

ASDs Family Handout—Emergency Information Form For Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs)

ASDs Family Handout—Medications and Your Child

ASDs Family Handout—The Medical Home for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

ASDs Family Handout—Wandering Off (Elopement)

Baby Walkers: What You Need to Know

Bicycle Safety: Myths and Facts

Biking (Care of the Young Athlete)

Birth to 6 Months: Safety for Your Child

Car Safety Seat Checkup

Car Safety Seats 2018 Guide

Car Safety Seats 2018 List

Child Sexual Abuse

Childproofing Your Home

Choking Prevention and First Aid for Infants and Children

Choosing the Right Size Bicycle for Your Child

Dangers of Secondhand Smoke

Deciding to Wait

Drug Abuse Prevention Starts With Parents

Firearms Injury Prevention

Fun in the Sun: Keep Your Family Safe

Giving Medicine to Children: Important Safety Information

Home Safety Checklist

Home Water Hazards for Young Children

How to Prevent Overuse Injuries (Care of the Young Athlete)

How to Prevent Tooth Decay in Your Baby

Imaging and Medical Radiation Safety: Important Information for Parents

Internet and Your Family, The

Keep Your Family Safe: Fire Safety and Burn Prevention at Home

Lawn Mower Safety

Life Jackets and Life Preservers

Making Healthy Decisions About Sex

Message to Parents of Teen Drivers, A

Minor Head Injuries in Children

Parent's Guide to Pets, A

Parent's Guide to Teen Parties, A

Parent-Teen Driving Agreement and a Message to Parents of Teen Drivers: Pediatrician Implementation Guide

Playground Safety

Pool Safety for Children

Protect Your Home Against Fire…Planning Saves Lives

Pulling the Plug on TV Violence

Raw Milk: What You Need to Know

Safe Driving…A Parent's Responsibility

Safety Tips for Home Playground Equipment

Secondhand Smoke

Substance Abuse Prevention

Talking With Your Teen About Sex

Talking With Your Young Child About Sex

The Child as a Passenger on an Adult's Bicycle

The Risks of Tobacco Use

Trampolines: What You Need to Know

Water Safety for Your School-aged Child

When is an Athlete Ready to Return to Play? (Care of the Young Athlete)

Your Baby's First Steps

Your Child and the Environment

Denver Pediatrics

What Our Patients Say:

I absolutely love this office, and everyone, from the doctors, nurses, and medial assistants to the entire front and back office teams, is exceptional and incredibly caring. We also happen to live in the Stapleton area, but I feel so lucky to have such an excellent pediatric office so close. I haven’t seen every provider, but we have had several and we love them all. Now not every provider is going to be a good fit for every family, but that’s what great - this practice has a variety of personalities. However, I have found all of them to be extremely knowledgeable, personable, caring and patient - I know our PCP is superb and I refer this practice all the time. Additionally, I have called their triage line several times and have received excellent advice. They also provide forms and fill prescription refills in a timely manner. Additionally, their office hours are good, and I believe during the winter months, then tend to provide a Saturday clinic, which is awesome. Overall, unless we move, we are staying with Stapleton Pediatrics. My only hope is that the practice grows. Katie Jan 15,2015

Stapleton Office

2975 Roslyn Street
Suite 100
Denver, CO 80238

303-399-7900
FAX: 303-399-7999

MONDAY-FRIDAY: 8am to 5pm
SATURDAY: 8am to 12:30pm

  • Sick Visits only on Saturdays
  • Our Denver pediatrics office is closed every day from 12:30-1:30 for lunch
  • We are closed on major holidays
Mother and kids with giraffe at zoo

Pearl Street Office

1258 South Pearl Street
Suite 110
Denver, CO 80210

303-399-7970
FAX: 303-399-7905

MONDAY-FRIDAY: 8am to 5pm 
SATURDAY: Closed

  • Saturday sick appts seen at Stapleton Pediatrics office only
  • Our office is closed every day from 12:30-1:30 for lunch
  • We are closed on major holidays
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