Brantford
Pediatrics

Serving Brantford and Surrounding Areas Since 2007.

Our Approach

Brantford Pediatrics has been providing quality pediatric care for children from birth to adolescence since 2007. We provide consultation on a wide range of pediatric problems. Our physicians are pediatric specialists certified by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons and have privileges with the Brantford General Hospital.

The Breastfeeding Clinic opened its doors on February 2nd, 2015. The clinic is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Joan Hepp, an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) and Registered Nurse, works as the LC (lactation consultant) in the clinic with Dr. Salim. No referral is required for The Breastfeeding Clinic.

Meet the Team

Our experienced, qualified, and knowledgable pediatricians will provide the care and attention your child needs. They are trained to treat all kind of ailments in children.

Joan Hepp

Lactation Consultant

Asim Salim

Consult Pediatrician

Brooke-Pearson

Consult Pediatrician

Available Services

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Breastfeeding Support

We provide consultation on a wide range of pediatric problems. Our physicians are certified pediatric specialists. Free breastfeeding support is available by a certified Lactation Consultant. Difficulties with latch, mastitis, low milk production, nipple thrush, tongue tie release are common breastfeeding problems among others that we treat routinely.

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General Pediatrics

We provide a wide range of outpatient medical services for infants, children, and adolescents to optimize their health and well-being. We treat common ailments like cold, flu, diarrhea, vomiting, reflux, asthma, and rashes.

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Pediatric Gastroenterology

Constipation, abdominal pain, reflux, vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss, Crohn/colitis, celiac disease

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Newborn Jaundice Screening

Jaundice is a yellow tone to a newborn's skin and the eyes. It implies that there's too much bilirubin in a baby's blood. Jaundice usually develops in the first 5 days of life. Babies are routinely checked for jaundice before discharge from the hospital. Most babies have mild jaundice. It usually resolves on its own within a week or two without causing problems. But in some cases, if the bilirubin level stays high, it can cause brain damage called kernicterus. At Brantford Pediatrics, we are equipped to screen for your baby's bilirubin level without needing a blood sample. Ask your doctor for a referral to Brantford Pediatrics if you or your doctor is concerned about jaundice with your newborn.

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