DARIEN PEDIATRIC ASSOCIATES WAS FOUNDED OVER FORTY YEARS AGO with the goal of providing personalized care to infants, children and young adults. We are a small, independent group practice comprised of four board-certified physicians, specializing in pediatric, adolescent and young adult medicine. When you come to our practice, you and your child will always be seen by one of our four physicians. After-hours emergency phone calls will be answered directly by one of our physicians. We are here to take care of your family day and night.
We provide services in multiple languages, including Greek, Italian, Spanish, Indian Dialects, Ukrainian, Polish and Russian. Our physicians are affiliated with Stamford and Norwalk hospitals.
At Darien Pediatrics we provide specialized medical care for teens and young adults and we care for patients up up to age 26. A separate waiting area is provided for our young adult patients. We have experience in treating both medically and psychologically complex patients and work within a patient’s extended support system to provide comprehensive care.
In addition to routine well-checks, all of our physicians are available for consultations with patients and families. We offer treatments for behavioral issues, learning disabilities, ADHD, mental health issues, nutrition, eating disorders or anything that your child is struggling with.
For your convenience, in addition to regular weekday office hours, we provide walk-in hours Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and Saturday hours by appointment. We are also happy to schedule a meet-and-greet with new parents or patients who are interested in joining our practice.
We have one office location, which is conveniently located on the ground floor of 106 Noroton Avenue immediately off of Exit 10 on I-95.
George V. Tsimoyianis, MD (Dr. T.), who is an adolescent medicine specialist, focuses his care on the physical and emotional issues of teenagers and young adults to age twenty-six, with special interest in the mental health of young adult males. He has been ranked among the Top Doctors in Connecticut since 2016.
John M. Dubaz, MD, has served as the elementary school physician for Stamford Public Schools for many years and has a special interest in developmental pediatrics and ADHD. He is also on staff at Stamford Hospital as a pediatric hospitalist.
Surekha Shenoy, MD, is particularly interested in early childhood development, breastfeeding and adolescent mental health.
Lauren Bader, MD, enjoys caring for infants and providing guidance to new parents. As children grow, Dr. Bader counsels patients and families on the importance of a balanced lifestyle, with an emphasis on nutrition, exercise and sleep hygiene.