Welcome to Sunrise Pediatrics
We are your experienced and caring pediatric providers in Las Vegas, NV! If you’re looking for accessible pediatric care, a child–friendly environment, and a responsive team of pediatricians in Las Vegas, then look no further. We love kids, and our goal is to have a positive impact in the lives of children by providing exceptional health care and compassionate service to the families we serve.
At Sunrise Pediatrics, we offer a full range of pediatric care including sick appointments, well child check ups and immunizations. Our team of caring providers is committed to providing quality service in a comfortable, safe office setting where children and parents can feel at ease. We also take the time to equip parents with the tools and resources necessary for the development of healthy children from birth to adolescence.
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Sunrise Pediatrics looks forward to helping you guide your child along a path of optimal health and wellness. We can assure you that you’ll feel confident in our ability to not only meet, but exceed all of your expectations. For questions or to schedule a visit, contact our office today!
“Bitter are the tears of a child; sweeten them. Deep are the thoughts of a child; quiet them. Sharp is the grief of a child; take it from him. Soft is the heart of a child; do not harden it.”
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Increased availability of marijuana means more parent questions for pediatricians
Date: February 27th, 2017Pediatricians need to be able to speak directly and frankly with teens and their parents about the potential harmful effects of marijuana and cannabis products, especially in light of new laws legalizing both recreational and medicinal use of marijuana products, according to a new AAP clinical report.
Counseling Parents and Teens about Marijuana Use in the Era of Legalization of Marijuana, from the AAP Committee on Substance Use and Prevention, addresses the specific content that pediatricians should be including in conversations about cannabis products. The report is available at http://bit.ly/2koWlKb and will be published in the March issue of Pediatrics.
Handheld Screen Time Linked with Speech Delays in Young Children
Date: May 04th, 2016New research being presented at the 2017 Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting suggests the more time children under 2 years old spend playing with smartphones, tablets and other handheld screens, the more likely they are to begin talking later.
As the number of smart phones, tablets, electronic games and other handheld screens in U.S. homes continues to grow, some children begin using these devices before beginning to talk. New research being presented at the 2017 Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting suggests these children may be at higher risk for speech delays.