2019 Flu Clinic Information

We have opened up the following Flu clinics for the 2019-2020 flu season. The Flu vaccine will be administered by appointment only.  Please call  781-356-6200 during regular business hours to schedule an appointment.  Be aware that these days may fill up and we will offer additional dates in the near future.  Updated 10/8/19

Wednesday    Oct 2nd     12-5

Monday          Oct 7th      5-7 pm

Thursday       Oct 10th     12-5

Wednesday   Oct 16th      5-7 pm

Sunday           Oct 20th     9-12

Tuesday         Oct 22nd     9-1 & 2-5

Wednesday   Oct 23rd      9-1 & 2-5

Thursday       Oct 24th     12-5

Friday             Oct 25th      9-1 & 2-5

Saturday        Oct 26th     9-12

Sunday           Oct 27th     9-12

Wednesday    Nov 6th      9-1 & 2-5

Saturday        Nov 9th       9-12

Thursday       Nov 14th     9-1 & 2-5

Saturday        Nov 23rd     9-12



School and Health Forms

May 10, 2019



As the time of the year approaches for school and health forms we ask that you request these forms as far in advance as possible. Please allow up to 5 business days for completion.

Due to the high demand we are unable to process these requests the same day. Once you receive your forms please make several copies for your record.


Thank you.


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Recall Alert:Fisher Price Rock ‘n Play Sleeper

Serious safety concerns about the Fisher-Price Rock ‘n Play Sleeper. The Amerian Academy of Pediatrics has requested that the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commisison issue an immediate recall of this device due to reports of infant deaths. If you are using this sleeper, we recommend finding an alternative sleep solution. Please navigate to the following links for more information. If you have any questions please call our office: 781-356-6200 and speak with one of our nurses.


Fisher-Price has recalled the Rock ‘n Play sleeper. You should stop using this sleeper immediately. Please see below for more information:



Fisher-Price Recalls Rock ‘n Play Sleepers Due to Reports of Deaths | CPSC.govwww.cpsc.govSince the 2009 product introduction, over 30 infant fatalities have occurred in Rock ‘n Play Sleepers, after the infants rolled over while unrestrained, or under other circumstances. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is charged with protecting the public from unreasonable risks of injury …

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Measles Information

If you have questions about the case of Measles reported in the local media, please refer to the following links provided by the State Department of Public health:


  1. Information about the specific case: https://www.mass.gov/news/state-health-officials-alert-residents-about-potential-exposure-to-measles-in-multiple
  2. General information about Measles: https://www.mass.gov/service-details/measles


If you are concerned that your child may have been exposed to the patient, please contact our office: 781-356-6200


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Monday 3/4/2019

Due to the storm, our call hour will be pushed from 7 am to 9 am. today 3/4/19 We will be open for business beginning at 9 am today.


Thank you.


Milton Pediatrics

New Locum Dr. Ariana Raufi

AR PictureAriana Raufi, MD is a native of Rhode Island. She received both her undergraduate and medical degrees from the combined 8 year Program in Liberal Medical Education at Brown University.  In college, she majored in Human Biology with a focus on chronic disease prevention.  During medical school, she focused her efforts on pediatric advocacy and activism.  She spent one year during medical school at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles working on research projects while always being on the lookout for famous celebs!  Dr. Raufi completed her pediatric residency in Chicago at Northwestern / Lurie Children’s Hospital where she stayed as an attending physician in their emergency department.  The bitter winters and lack of foliage, however, swept Dr. Raufi back to the Northeast and she couldn’t be more excited!

Dr. Raufi has received multiple grants for her work in pediatric advocacy and obesity prevention and presented at several conferences. Her research interests and publications include advocacy, childhood obesity prevention and lead poisoning prevention. She is licensed in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Illinois and is certified by the American Board of Pediatrics.

Lactation Support Program

Here at Milton Pediatrics, we offer a lactation support program to our families. We have two registered nurses on staff who have completed additional education and training to become lactation counselors.
Katie Flaherty BSN, CLC sees patients on Tuesdays and Katie Keegan BSN, CLC sees patients on Thursdays, both days by appointment.
The purpose of this program is to support breastfeeding during the transition from hospital to home. We reinforce teaching done while inpatient and support you with any challenges you may face.
We hope you will be able to utilize this new service we are happy to offer our families.
Please call 781-356-6200 to schedule an appointment.
Milton Pediatrics

2018 Seasonal Flu Vaccine

Seasonal Flu Vaccine is now available in our office, please call  781-356-6200 for your appointment.


Thank you,


Milton Pediatrics

New Live Calls

On  Tuesday, May 1st Milton Pediatrics will be transitioning to a new phone system. Our nurses will now be answering live calls from a queue system and you will no longer need to leave a voicemail for a callback. The live calls will begin at 9a until 5 pm.

Between the hours of 7a-8a, we will have our call hour where there you will leave a message and one of our nurses will call back. Between the hours of 8a-9a, you will be connected to our after-hours answering service.

Flu and Other Vaccinations

For all of our patients planning to receive the flu (or any other) vaccination, it is strongly recommended that patients come to Milton Pediatrics for vaccination accompanied by another person, ideally a parent/guardian.

If patients under 18 years of age arrive to Milton Pediatrics for vaccination without a parent/guardian, this person will be called in order to receive permission to administer the vaccination.

In addition,  if any patient of driving age arrives alone for vaccination he/she will be asked to remain an additional 15 minutes to be monitored for any adverse symptoms or reactions.