Pediatric Care

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Milford Regional and Boston Children’s Physicians have entered into a collaboration to bring the expertise of physicians from one of the nation’s top ranked hospitals in pediatric care closer to those living in Metrowest and Central Massachusetts. Milford Regional is one of the few hospitals in this region that can offer the expertise of Boston Children’s physicians on its medical staff, saving parents a trip into Boston to access this care. Boston Children's physicians provide emergency, hospital and newborn care services at Milford Regional.

Emergency Services

When your child needs emergency care, you know they’ll get the best care possible when it matters most. Boston Children’s physicians collaborate with Milford Regional’s emergency medicine physicians and nurses to ensure exceptional child-focused care.

Hospital Care

If your child needs care for 24 – 48 hours, they will be taken care of in a newly designated area in the emergency department. This area includes spacious rooms that comfortably accommodate the child with his/her parents and are equipped with the most up-to-date medical systems. If specialized pediatric care is needed, transfers to tertiary care facilities in Boston or Worcester will take place seamlessly.

In addition, outpatient pediatric surgeries are performed by highly experienced Milford Regional surgeons in their respective specialty.

Newborn Care

Newborns in The Maternity Center benefit from around-the-clock pediatric care provided by Boston Children’s pediatric hospitalists. These board-certified pediatric hospitalists are available 24/7 to assist obstetricians in the care of mom and baby during delivery; monitor the health of newborns, provide expert care to those that are ill; and prepare mom and baby for a smooth transition home.

Specialty Services

Boston Children's Physicians Milford is an office practice located on the campus of Milford Regional Medical Center offering pediatric specialty services in the following specialties: allergy/immunology, cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, general surgery, genetics, neurology, pulmonology and urology. For more information, please call 781-216-0030 or go to the Boston Children's Hospital website.

Massachusetts Early Intervention Program

Massachusetts Early Intervention (EI) is a program for children birth to three who have developmental delays or are at risk of a developmental delay.

EI services are meant to help support families and caregivers and to enhance the development and learning of infants and toddlers through individualized, developmentally appropriate activities within the child’s and family’s everyday life.

Early Intervention supports children to:

  • Develop positive social-emotional skills (building relationships)
  • Gain knowledge and skills (learning)
  • Use appropriate behaviors to meet their needs (developing independence)

And helps families to:

  • Know their rights
  • Communicate their child’s needs
  • Help their children develop and learn

For more information about the Early Intervention Program, visit

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Patient Stories

Christopher Padilha, pediatric patientBoston Children's Partnership

After being diagnosed with Crohn's disease, Christopher Padilha was referred to gastroenterologist, Dr. Brian Regan.  Christopher, who lives in Worcester, saw Dr. Regan in Boston until a new partnership was established between Boston Children's and Milford Regional Medical Center.  Read story.

Patient Stories

Kaleb Deweerd pediatric rehab patientPediatric PT and OT

Kaleb's mother recalls how her son's Down syndrome used to affect him. He would lie down from fatigue in the middle of meals. After physical and occupational therapy at Milford Rehab in Northbridge, nothing seems to hold him back! Read Kaleb's story.

Hope Rafig is a speech pathology patientPediatric Chewing and Swallowing Issues

Hope Rafig couldn't chew foods that other toddlers crunched easily so meals became stressful. Hope was cared for at Milford Regional's Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine in Milford where pediatric feeding and swallowing treatment is offered. Read Hope's story.

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