We are four female doctors and one nurse practioner, located in Langhorne, Pennsylvania near the Oxford Valley Mall. We are committed to providing high quality pediatric care to infants, children, adolescents, and college students. We Care Pediatrics offers routine well-care visits and same day sick appointments with convenient evening and Saturday morning hours for busy families.

By appointment only, no walk-ins, please.

We DO accept United Healthcare Insurance, but we DO NOT accept United
Health Care Medicaid or United Health Care CHIP.

We Care Peds Patient Portal is Now Available:

M–Th 8:30am–7:00pm F 8:30am–4:00pm Sa 9:00am–12pm

Dear Parents and Patients,

We know that medical emergencies might come up. As your pediatrician, we have your child’s medical records and know their health history. We want to be your first point of contact should the need for emergency care arise.

Depending on the circumstances, the Emergency Room or Urgent Care facility may not always be your best option for treatment. Our team can help you access the care you need, when you need it.

For non-life threatening situations, please call our office before deciding to go to the ER or Urgent Care Center. We will frequently be able to see your child the same day in a calm and familiar setting.

Thank You,

The Team at We Care Pediatrics


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New Saturday Hours!  Effective Nov 1st we will be expanding our hours and there will be Physicals available from 9-11, by appointment only.

Same Day Appointments now available for Drivers License Physicals, Sports Physicals and for Medical Clearances!

Evening  Physicals now available until 6:30 Monday -Thursday.

Saturday Flu Clinics from 9a-11a, Call the Office for dates.

All Flu Vaccines available! Call the office to make an appointment today!



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