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Haddonfield Pediatric Association





Our top priority is the health of our patients, providers, staff and community. TELEVISITS ARE NOW AVAILABLE AS AN OPTION FOR APPOINTMENTS. LEARN MORE, AND GET THE LATEST COVID-19 UPDATES.

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We have changed the layout of the office to keep patients as safe as possible during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Our office is now divided in half so that patients that are well and patients that are sick will be seen in different areas. Patients coming for a sick visit should enter through the main entrance on Haddon Avenue. Patients coming for well visits, vaccine visits, rechecks, mental health visits, and injuries should enter through the side door next to the parking lot. 

We are trying to bring patients right to a room when they arrive. If this cannot happen, patients can choose to wait in their cars after checking in. We can call your mobile phone when a nurse is ready to bring you to your room.

Anyone who is sick with fever, cough, and shortness of breath: please call and ask to speak to a nurse before making an appointment or entering the office. We are doing our best to follow the recommendations of the national and local public health experts so sick patients can get the care they need and we can keep everyone as healthy as possible.

If you cannot make it into the office, please speak with us about scheduling a phone or video visit with one of the physicians.

Our hours are reduced during this time. We are open:
Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
Saturday-Sunday 9:30am for urgent visits

Personal, Patient-Centered Medical Care for Children

Advocare Haddonfield Pediatric Association is committed to providing your children with excellent pediatric care. Our tradition of personal, patient-centered medical care began in 1947, when Dr. Anthony Repici opened his pediatric medical office in his home on Haddon Avenue, just next door to our present location. For decades, Dr. Repici cared for the children of southern New Jersey in his practice and as the first chairman of the Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center Department of Pediatrics in Camden, New Jersey.

Dr. Repici welcomed his daughter, Dr. Concetta Renkun and son-in-law, Dr. Chester Renkun, into Haddonfield Pediatric Association, founded at our present facility, in 1971. Over the next few decades, the practice was joined by Dr. Barton Friedman (1972), Dr. Henry Smergel (1982), Dr. Theresa Welsh (1986), Dr. Kevin King (1997), and Dr. Claire Caltabiano (1997). Dr. Friedman and Dr. Smergel have since retired, and the practice was joined by Dr. Erin Milligan-Milburn (2011) and Dr. Thomas Killeen (2013).

As Advocare Haddonfield Pediatric Association since 2005, our five physicians and staff of caring professionals shares and furthers Dr. Repici's original commitment to providing quality health care for children. We are here to help you and to ensure your family's positive experience with our office. Working together with you, the parents, we are dedicated to the physical, emotional, and social health of your children.

Throughout the growth of our practice for more than sixty years, caring for generations of South Jersey's children, we have remained constant in our dedication to providing welcoming, personal, state-of-the-art health care in historic Haddonfield.


News & Announcements

Children seem to hit their heads all the time. In most cases they recover right away but some times a blow to the head can cause a concussion or a brain injury. Check out this article from Parent's Magazine on how to handle head injuries with your child. As with any potentially severe injury, don't hesitate to call and make an appointment with one of our providers if you are concerned about your child's head injury.
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Healthy Tips

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