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Welcome to Trestlewood Pediatrics

Trestlewood Pediatrics is unique. As an independent practice, we are here to provide personal care to your children. As your child’s health care provider, our goal is to partner with you to provide quality personal care for your child. You are our first resource in understanding your child’s needs. We are committed to improving the well-being of all the children and families who trust us for their care. By helping to nurture a strong body and a strong sense of self-worth in every child in our care, we believe we are carrying out a vital responsibility of critical importance to our community.

Trestlewood Pediatrics News

We're Hiring!

We’re hiring! Trestlewood Pediatrics, P. C. has an opening for Medical Billing, Collections, and Coding. Medical billing experience required. Will be responsible for claims follow-up and payment posting. We are looking for qualified candidates who have a strong work ethic and qualities of a team player. Candidates must be self-motivated, detail-oriented, reliable, and dependable. Please email resume to

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Testing for Coronavirus-19

We have received numerous inquiries regarding Coronavirus testing. Testing continues to be limited and is available at designated sites who have their own screening process and require an appointment before providing a test. At this time testing is not available at Trestlewood Pediatrics. The following information is meant to be a guide. If you are considering having your child tested please contact our office and we can guide you in ruling out other conditions and […]

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Trestlewood is now scheduling well visits for all ages!

We are happy to let you know that we will begin seeing patients for well exams on Monday, May 11, 2020! Beginning Monday, May 11, 2020 we will begin seeing patients of all ages for well visits. Appointments are in the morning and early afternoon and we ask that only one other person come with the patient. We would like all who are older than 2 years to wear a mask. Patients and caregivers need […]

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Keeping your family safe through COVID-19

Trestlewood Pediatrics has made many changes to keep your family safe during the coronavirus pandemic. We are doing well visits in the mornings only for healthy patients who are four years old or younger. One parent may accompany one child to the appointment. All other well visits are being postponed. You will receive a call from us to cancel your appointment, if necessary, and later to reschedule it. We’re seeing all “sick” appointments through our […]

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Our office is open for virtual video visits during regular office hours. To register your child with our video meeting, please click on the “Get Started” button below. Our system does offer “on-demand” virtual visits, but to shorten your wait time and connect with your preferred doctor, we recommend you call the office to schedule your video visit. To prepare for your visit, please use the required browser Google Chrome or download the app to your mobile device. Your child needs to be present for your visit. Thank you.

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The Kalamazoo County Health Department has some good advice for all of us! Wash your hands, practice physical distancing, and wear a mask! ... See MoreSee Less

During swim time, pick an adult to be a water watcher. #watersafety ... See MoreSee Less

During swim time, pick an adult to be a water watcher.  #watersafety

Many families are buying pools for their backyard this summer. Swimming is a great way to beat the heat, but a pool comes with crucial responsibilities to keep your children safe. Drowning is the number one cause of death for children ages 1-4, after birth defects. Additionally, over half of drownings in children under age 4 happen at the home. Pool safety requires layers of protection.

🚧 Pool fencing (around all 4 sides of the pool)
▪️ Fencing should be at least 4 feet high.
▪️Children should not be able to climb or slip through openings in the fence.
▪️ The gate latch should be out of a child’s reach.

🚨 Pool alarms
▪️Drowning is silent. Add an alarm system to alert you in time to save your child.
▪️You can also add alarms on the pool gate and doors to your house.

🏠 Window guards
▪️If windows are facing the pool, prevent your child from climbing through.

🏊‍♀️ Other considerations:
▪️Pool covers increase drowning risk. A floating cover often looks “solid” to small children, leading them to step onto it and slip into the water, undetected.
▪️Always assign a water watcher during swim time.
▪️If a child is missing, always check the water first.

(Link to American Academy of Pediatrics article in the comments)
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Home Treatment of Childhood Illnesses

Welcome to Trestlewood Pediatrics! Our Office Manager Elvie Marfil has put together a new patients page to help you better understand how we can serve your child’s needs. If at any time you have questions, please feel free to call us.

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Get the latest resources

We know your child’s health is so important, that’s why we created our Resource page. Here you will find valuable links to trusted healthcare organizations, in addition, we have supplied essential resources such as dosing schedule for Acetaminophen and Ibuprofen as well as a routine immunization schedule for your child.