updated 05/16/19


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Please sign up for our new and vastly improved Patient Portal, MyChart!

Our Patient Portal, MyChart, is available to all Framingham Pediatrics patients and their families.  If you have an upcoming appointment, we will register you while you are in the office.  

If you would like to register now, please click here.  Email (mail@framinghampediatrics.com) or fax (508-820-0864) us the completed form and you will get a registration email.  We know the information seems simple, but we are trying to make sure we have correct data in our new electronic health record.

With MyChart, you can:

  • Schedule sick and well visit appointments!
  • Print school and camp forms when you need them!
  • Receive appointment reminders
  • Send non-urgent medical questions and messages to your doctor or the office
  • Request prescription refills
  • Have a SINGLE LOGIN for all your children
  • Complete developmental questionnaires on-line prior to a well visit
  • Access a patient chart from your computer or smart phone
  • Attach documents to non-urgent emails
  • View lab results
  • Pay bills online
  • and more

CLICK HERE for information about MyChart and the new PROXY status


Let us help you keep your child out of the Emergency Room!

Our office is open every day of the year in order to help us best meet your family's health care needs.
In most cases, your child's medical care will be best provided in our office, with our team that knows you and your family, rather than in an Emergency Room or other location.
If our office is closed and you have questions about whether your child's medical condition can wait until our office opens the following morning, please call our office to reach our after-hours nurse triage service for advice.

Common Health Topics

Click here to see updated information on a variety of
common issues that may affect you or your child.


Does your child have ACNE?

Click here for information on acne.  

In addition, talk with your provider about treatment options.



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