COVID-19 Update

We would like to thank you for all your patience and support as we navigate these unprecedented times. We have a few more changes this week that we would like you to note. Our waiting room is now closed. We ask that families check in from their cars by calling 781-356-6200 ext. 105. Once an exam room is available, the front desk staff will call and you will be brought directly into a clean room. Please limit one parent per child for the visit.  We are also trying to go paperless, and ask that families sign up for Patient Gateway to make the process easier. You can update your insurance and demographic information, request appointments, send non-urgent messages to our clinical staff and obtain After Visit Summaries and Health Forms on Patient Gateway. Finally, we ask that all people coming in to our office wear a mask.


Thank you!

Managing the Stress of Being Stuck at Home

Teen Managing Stress

Temporary Closure of the Boston Office

Given the current COVID-19 crisis, we have made the difficult decision to temporarily close our Boston office. To maintain appropriate social distancing and separation of well and sick patients, we believe this is the right decision to keep everyone as safe as possible. We will accommodate all of our Boston patients in our Braintree office.


COVID-19 Preparations and Protocols

Dear Milton Pediatrics Patients:


We are constantly reviewing and updating our preparations and protocols as we learn more about COVID-19. We are open and here to answer your questions. Please be patient as we navigate the current situation.


As of today, Monday March 23, 2020


1. Respiratory sick visits are being separated from well visits. We have added additional office space on the first floor of our building. We are not mixing sick and well patients in the waiting room or patient rooms. We have also increased the frequency of cleaning our office. If you are not well, please call our office ahead of your appointment.


2. Virtual Visits:

Please see the post below for more details


3. Sick visits:

Please call our office for any health concerns. We are encouraging all patients who are well enough to stay home, unless we deem it necessary to be seen in our office.

    • We will be setting up virtual visits for those that are appropriate.
    • Patients with respiratory symptoms will be seen in our new office space on the first floor.
      • When you arrive, please call the front desk to check in by phone.
      • We will then call you when a room is available.
      • When you enter the office, please put a mask on both you and your child, go to the exam room, and keep the door shut.

4. Visitors

We ask that when possible, only the patient and one healthy parent attend all visits.


5. COVID-19 Exposure

If you think your child may have been exposed to an active Coronavirus case, please call our office or the Partners COVID-19 Hotline (617-724-7000). We are not currently testing any patients in our office for COVID-19.


6. Social distancing: Please practice social distancing and stay at home to limit unnecessary exposure to the virus.

Telehealth Visits

To help prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), we will be temporarily transitioning some in-person visits to telehealth visits (via video chat). Appointments that will be conducted virtually, include:

  • All well-child checks of 3 years of age, or older*
  • Follow-up visits, as appropriate (e.g. behavioral health, ADHD, acne, constipation, etc.)
  • Other sick visits, as appropriate

*vaccinations will be deferred to a future nurse visit


Our staff will contact you prior to a telehealth appointment to give detailed instructions. At the time of your scheduled telehealth visit, you will be asked to enter the provider’s virtual waiting room on (HIPAA-compliant video chat, no download required). This platform can be used with most smartphones, tablets, or laptops. If you do not have access to a device with a camera, please inform our staff and we will set up a phone call with you instead. 


Thanks for your understanding as we adjust to these new changes!

Questions about Coronavirus

Dear Milton Pediatrics families,

We know many of you have questions and concerns regarding the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. Thankfully, there are some excellent resources available that will provide you with up-to-date and reliable information. If the links below do not answer your questions, or if you have specific clinical concerns, please call our office to speak with one of our nurses.


Partners has established a COVID-19 hotline to answer your general questions about the ongoing pandemic. The hotline is available 7 days/week from 8am-8pm: 617-724-7000


From the MA Department of Public Health:

Coronavirus homepage:

COVID-19 Fact Sheet:


From the CDC:

Coronavirus homepage:

About COVID-19:

Travel information and restrictions:


From the American Academy of Pediatrics:

About COVID-19:


Helpful Articles:

How to talk to your child about Coronavirus:


Book your Child’s Physical Today

Currently we are booked out 3 months for routine annual physicals. If your child is going to need a physical for school or sports, please call the office today. We are booking appointments through August 2020 at this time.

Happy Holidays from Milton Pediatrics!!!

Milton Peds Holiday 2019

Milton Pediatrics Opening at 9am Tuesday December 3, 2019

Due to inclement weather and for the safety of our patients and employees, Milton Pediatrics will delay opening until 9 am this morning. Be safe.

Meet our Newest Provider – Natan Seidel, MD

SeidelDr. Natan Seidel is thrilled to start working at Milton Pediatrics! Dr. Seidel grew up in Washington, DC before studying biology in between a cappella practices at the University of North Carolina. (Go Heels!) He received his MD from Emory University School of Medicine, where he was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. Dr. Seidel completed his pediatric residency at Boston Children’s Hospital and Boston Medical Center (2018), and worked afterwards as an urgent care physician at Boston Children’s Emergency Department. He is certified by the American Board of Pediatrics in general pediatrics.

In his spare time, Dr. Seidel enjoys cooking, baking, swimming, disc golf, and playing guitar/piano. He lives in Jamaica Plain with his wife Sheila, an electrical engineer. Despite pressure from parents, they are currently kidless!​