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Allentown Peds Patient Portal

We are now live with the Allentown Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine Patient Portal. The Patient Portal is accessible by clicking the link above.

The Patient Portal allows secure electronic communication between the patient and Allentown Pediatrics. You will be able to request and cancel appointments, request medication refills, view your child’s immunization record and other aspects of the medical record, and request certain forms. Your doctor will be able to share lab and test results as deemed appropriate. For more information, click here.

Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween Safety Tips 2016

Allentown Pediatric and Adolescent Immunization Information

Dr. Raiken, Dr. Ehlenfield, Dr. Conley and Mary Sheppard strongly believe in the safety and efficacy of vaccinations and want to ensure that every child is adequately immunized against avoidable serious and life-threatening infections. Please take the time to read our Immunization Position Statement on childhood vaccines and explore the links that follow.

Grant Supports
Reach Out & Read Program

Allentown Pediatric & Adolescent has received a generous grant from the Buffalo Rotary Foundation to support our Reach Out & Read Program. Click here to read more.

Flu Vaccine is Now Available at
Allentown Pediatrics

Flu vaccine is recommended for all children
6 months of age and older. Vaccination is especially important for:

  • All children, including infants born preterm, who are 6 months and older with conditions that increase the risk of complications from the flu
  • Children of American Indian or Alaska Native heritage
  • All household contacts and out-of-home care professionals of children with high-risk conditions and children younger than 5 years (especially infants younger than 6 months)
  • All women who are pregnant, are considering pregnancy, are in the postpartum period, or are breastfeeding during the flu season

Flumist (quadrivalent live attenuated influenza vaccine) is no longer available due to its poor effectiveness in recent seasons.

Please call our office to schedule your child’s flu vaccine or request an appointment through the Patient Portal.

10 Things Parents Should Know About the 2016-2017 Flu Vaccine.

Allentown Pediatrics
Receives Recognition

Allentown Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine has been awarded Level 3 recognition by the National Committee for Quality Assurance Patient-Centered Medical Home Program. Click here for more details.

Spectrum Human Services Collaboration

Spectrum Mental Health Provider now available on site. Learn more.

About Allentown Pediatrics

Allentown Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine has been providing Pediatric care in the Allentown district of Buffalo since 2003. We have a wonderfully diverse practice and take great joy in serving our patients from the greater Buffalo area. We are thrilled to be in our office space at 560 Franklin Street. We celebrate the commitment and dedication of our staff and thank our patients and their families who have supported our growth through the years and entrusted their children to our care.

Learn more about Allentown Peds.

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Autumn Safety Tips
School & Sports Physicals
Keeping Kids Healthy and Safe

Fall into good habits this autumn! Follow these tips to help you and your family stay safe and healthy.

Schedule your child's school or sports physical now. View our office hours, and call today to schedule your appointment.

Staying safe means you can have more fun! Learn how to play it safe at home, outdoors, and on the road during any season of the year.

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