"Dr. Berman is not only a wonderful doctor, she loves and knows the children she cares for! We have been blessed to be part of her medical family! We have and will follow her wherever she goes! We love you, Dr. Berman!"
Where are you located?
We are located at:
What are your office hours?
Our office is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9am to 5pm. We are open on Wednesday from 9am-1pm. All visits are by appointment only, so please be sure to contact our office prior to bringing your child to be seen. We maintain slots every day if your child were to become ill and need to be seen right away.
What if I need after hours service?
Be Pediatrics provides emergency telephone coverage 24 hours a day, 365 days a year via Nurse One, our triaging service. Our office receives documentation of every call and a provider is always available to confirm care recommendations. Please use this service for problems and questions of an acute nature that cannot wait until normal business hours. We encourage our patients to call with any questions during regular office hours.
Which hospitals do you visit?
Our providers maintain hospital privileges at Memorial Health University Medical Center and Candler Hospital and check on our hospitalized patients, including newborn babies, daily. Be Pediatrics utilizes the pediatric hospitalist service at Memorial Health. If your child becomes significantly ill requiring hospitalization, we will turn his or her care over to the inpatient pediatric specialists to coordinate your child’s medical needs and provide the continuity of care that we believe is best. Our community has great resources available at our hospitals and Be Pediatrics is proud to be able to provide our patients with superior care.
What’s my child’s OTC dosage?
Tylenol (acetaminophen) dosage:
If your child has a fever, pain or is not feeling well, you can give them a dose of acetaminophen every four to six hours. The following link gives the dosage for your child based on weight and the medication type.
Motrin/Advil (ibuprofen) dosage:
If your child has a fever, pain or is not feeling well AND is 6 MONTHS old, you can give them a dose of ibuprofen every six to eight hours. The following link gives the dosage for your child based on weight and the medication type.
Does your office offer Wi-Fi service?
Be Pediatrics offers complimentary Wi-Fi to all our patients and device charging stations conveniently located in our waiting rooms. We also provide tablets to our patients in order to connect with your patient portal account in the office if you did not have time to do so prior to your visit. We are happy to offer these services to our patients and their families and plan to continue to add to our technology services in the future.
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