Welcome to Crown Colony Pediatrics!

Crown Colony Pediatrics has been proudly serving the greater Quincy community since 1983. We are a team of 5 Board Certified Pediatricians & members of the American Academy of Pediatrics. We have dedicated our practice to caring for our patients & their families as they grow. We believe wellness & care go hand in hand. As our practice continues to grow, we recognize the importance of providing personalized care to each child. At Crown Colony Pediatrics, we know the value of investing our time in your family to ensure your child’s health & well-being are a priority. We are part of the Boston Children’s Hospital PPOC network. The Pediatrics Physicians’ Organization at Children’s is a preferred Community of Care provider group. Our close affiliation to South Shore Hospital & Boston Children’s Hospital provides our team a broader network of specialists & practitioners to access. It gives us the tools to meet your child’s needs as they change over the years. PLEASE NOTE: CROWN COLONY PEDIATRICS DOES NOT ACCEPT PATIENTS WHO DO NOT VACCINATE!

Upcoming Events

  • Pre-Natal Orientation Zoom Meetings

    We are excited to offer expecting moms and dads the opportunity to meet without pediatricians via Zoom! It is a nice way for you to connect with the practice, ask questions and learn some of the important details about our practice. We will be offering these sessions on the dates listed below at 8:30am.  

    Please call the office to register and we will send you a Zoom link!

    Upcoming 2023 Dates:  8/26, 9/9, 9/23, 10/7, 10/21, 11/5, 11/19, 12/3
  • New Moms Group                                                        Virtual Meetings the Last Wednesday of the Month: next meeting 8/30/2023   For more info, follow us on Facebook and Instagram below!                                                                                       

Quick Links

Healthy Children


Massachusetts / Braintree - PM Pediatrics

Department of Public Health | Mass.gov

**We are currently not accepting new patients (with the exception of newborns). Please check back in Winter 2023!  Thank you for considering CCP! 

FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA FOR UPDATES and HELPFUL, HEALTHY TIPS AND TRICKS! (click on the links to our Instagram and Facebook pages as well as the other helpful quick links listed here on our home page)

LIMITED FLU CLINIC APPTS AVAILABLE: 9/12, 9/13, 9/23, 10/7, 10/9, 10/14, 10/16, 10/23, 11/10



Five Tips for Reducing Back-to-School Anxiety - Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health

Back to School | PBS KIDS for Parents


We have books on a variety of topics for both parents and children, and we are happy to sign them out to you for one - two weeks at a time. We politely ask that you are gentle with our books so that others can benefit from them as well. We have age-appropriate books on many topics, including but not limited to, ADHD, Depression, Anxiety, OCD, Grief and Loss, Chronic Illness, Autism, Food Allergies, Black Excellence and Heritage, LGBTQIA+, Bullying, Asian Excellence and Heritage, Abuse/Domestic Violence, etc.


Hot temps the end of this week! Here are some tips for staying safe: (click the link below)

Extreme Heat: Tips to Keep Kids Safe When Temperatures Soar - HealthyChildren.org

July 11, 2023


Please check any Cipla albuterol inhalers you may have as 6 batch numbers have been voluntarily recalled for a potentially not dispensing the proper amount of medication. Please go to the following website to see more information:

Cipla Issues Voluntary Nationwide Recall of Six Batches of Albuterol Sulfate Inhalation Aerosol, 90 mcg (200 Metered Inhalation) Due to Container Defect | FDA

If you have one of the inhaler batches listed, please discontinue use and return it to your pharmacy for a replacement.

June 14, 2023


Crown Colony Pediatrics will be closed Sundays this summer beginning June 18th through September 24th. On these Sundays, our on-call service will be available for EMERGENCIES, there will be no office visits. Have a happy and safe summer!!

May 10, 2023


Dear Patients and Families,

 Due to the widespread availability of COVID testing, vaccines, and treatments, as well as the end of the Public Health   Emergency, we are changing some procedures in our office.


 Beginning May 12th, most patients and families will not need to wear a mask in our office. However, you do still need to wear a mask if you have:

 - A fever or other flu like symptoms

- A known COVID-19 infection and are in the isolation period

- A known exposure to COVID-19 within the last 10 days

 Masks will be required not only for sick patients, but also anyone accompanying them to the office, should any of the above   apply to them. Kindly mask if you are asked to do so by CCP staff.

 Individuals who prefer to wear a mask while in our office regardless of their symptoms or exposures are welcome to do so.

 The health and wellness of our patients, families, and staff is a top priority here at Crown Colony Pediatrics. Because of this,   for your safety, you may find our office staff still masked on occasion for reasons other than COVID-19.

 As a courtesy, the clinical staff will ask you at all non-sick visits if you'd prefer us to wear a mask. Please do not hesitate to   say yes if that is what you prefer. We are happy to accommodate.

 Please note that the Department of Public Health is continuing to track COVID-19 in the community, and masks may   become required again in our office if there is an increase in respiratory illnesses. For the safety of our patients and staff, we   ask that you respect this request.



Beginning on Tuesday, May 16th we will no longer be asking screening questions before a visit.

However, you may be asked the screening questions upon check in. Please let us know if you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 in the last 10 days or have any of these symptoms: fever, chills, body aches, fatigue, cough, difficulty breathing, sore throat, congestion, runny nose, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, or loss of taste or smell.


Thank you for your patience and understanding as we have made our way through many changes throughout the pandemic.


The Doctors and Staff of Crown Colony Pediatrics


CCP cares deeply about mental health. As much as parenthood can be filled with great joy and excitement, it can also be stressful. We are here to support your family. Kelly Pearson is a LMHC that works with new parents and children of all ages. Karen Lee, RN, is our medical home coordinator who supports families in a multitude of ways, including accessing community resources for families. Our pediatricians are trained to screen for and connect families in need with care. Please reach out to any of our staff if you are in need of assistance. Follow the links below for more information and resources.





Cold Weather Safety for Children: Preventing Frostbite & Hypothermia - HealthyChildren.org



To Our Valued Patients: 

We hope this message finds you and your family in good health.

In the recent days and weeks Crown Colony Pediatrics has been seeing an increasingly higher than average number of sick patients. We have been working diligently to continue to offer high quality compassionate care in the safest possible environment. 

We want to take a moment to thank our patients and your families for your ongoing patience and kindness as we continue to navigate the high number of respiratory and other pediatric illnesses together.

As a reminder:

- The afterhours on call line is for emergencies only. Please do not page after hours to discuss test results unless your child has concerning symptoms. Please call during regular business hours for non-urgent questions. 

-The nurse triage line has been experiencing high call volume. We kindly request you do not call back repeatedly with the same question. Our nurses are working diligently to answer all of your calls in a timely manner and repeated calls lengthen the wait time.

Thank you,

The Doctors and Staff at Crown Colony Pediatrics

May 25, 2022


Please see our recent social media post on Facebook and Instagram for an age by age guide on how to talk to your child following school shootings.

For more information, please check out the information linked here:




- The after hours on call line is for emergencies only. Please do not page after hours to discuss Covid exposure or positive Covid test results unless your child has concerning symptoms. Please call during regular business hours for non-urgent questions. 

-The nurse triage line has been experiencing high call volume. We kindly request you do not call back repeatedly with the same question. Our nurses are working diligently to answer all of your calls in a timely manner and repeated calls lengthen the wait time.

Thank you,

The Doctors and Staff at Crown Colony Pediatrics


 From Drs. Angus, Brzozowska, Corkins, Natkin and Urquhart


While we try our best to accommodate all our patients for visits and testing, here are some general guidelines:


  • We are trying to reserve testing supplies (especially our currently very limited PCR supply) for patients who are symptomatic with a known or possible exposure. We currently cannot accommodate asymptomatic patients for clearance purposes.

  • If your child is symptomatic and tests positive on a home test, that is considered a true positive and there is no need to repeat it.

  • If your child tests positive at an outside testing facility, that is considered a true positive and there is no need to repeat it.

  • If your child has a known exposure and symptoms, you can presume them to be positive.

  • If your child is sick without a known exposure, we are happy to see them in the office and test here. We will most likely collect a PCR swab for testing.

  • If your child tests positive or is presumed positive, but has MILD symptoms, they do NOT need to be seen in the office. **

  • If you find out your child has been exposed, or you receive positive COVID test results and it is after hours, please DO NOT call the on-call doctor for guidance. Instead, please refer to the reference guide on our website and wait until business hours to call with any questions you may still need answers for.


 ** Provide supportive care with Tylenol & Motrin (the latter only if >6m), per the dosing guidelines

** Ensure good hydration by encouraging fluids in any form your child will tolerate. Monitor for urine output

** Continue symptomatic care for congestion and coughs with saline & suctioning, honey for children >1 year, Vaporub and a cool-mist humidifier.

** Do NOT use OTC cough & cold medications for children <6y, as the side effects outweigh any potential benefit and they are not recommended.


CALL OUR OFFICE if your child has a fever that does not respond to medications, has persistent fever for > 5 days, has fever in the setting of a sore throat or ear pain, has a barking cough, has wheezing or increased work of breathing, or decreased urine output.


POSITIVE CASES must stay home (isolate) for a minimum of 5 days, and then can only go out if fully masked for another 5 days. If your child is too young to wear a mask or does not mask reliably, please stay home for 10 days.


We thank you for your kindness and patience while we all navigate this pandemic together.


Thank you,


The Doctors and Staff at Crown Colony Pediatrics



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