Nothing is more important than your family’s health
At Boston Children’s Health Physicians (BCHP), your family’s health is our most important concern. We care for children and adults throughout New York’s metropolitan area, the Hudson Valley, Connecticut and beyond.
We take pride in building trusting relationships with the children and families we care for — often over the course of several generations — and treat each patient like we would our own family.
BCHP is the largest pediatric multi-specialty group in the Westchester and Hudson Valley region — more than 90 percent of our nearly 300 physicians are focused solely on pediatrics. And with more than 65 regional offices and 25 areas of medical expertise, we provide a full range of care for children of all ages, in specialties including cardiology, oncology, pulmonology and gastroenterology.
We’re also proud to be part of the Boston Children’s Hospital network of pediatric care locations. So if your child has complex care needs, you will have direct access to the expertise of Boston Children’s, ranked the #1 pediatric hospital in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.
Our physicians have also been recognized for outstanding care locally — BCHP has more “Top Doctors,” as rated by Castle Connolly in 2018. “Top Doctors” are deemed among the very best in their specialties based on peer nominations and screening by the Castle Connolly physician-led research team.
News and Information
Recently, Boston Children’s Hospital and Boston Children’s Health Physicians were honored to welcome Secretary Hillary Clinton as the guest speaker at Pediatric Advances for the Primary Care Clinician: Cutting Edge Expertise
Many of BCHP’s doctors have been listed as Castle Connolly’s Top Doctors for 2018.
Dr. Joseph Boyer, MD interview with News 12 Westchester on the medical benefits of raising the smoking age from 18 to 21 years of age.
New York, NY (WNYW – Fox5NY) – Dr. Sheila Nolan MD is interviewed by Fox 5 about this year’s flu epidemic and the future of flu shots.
WEST NYACK, NY – It became legal to sell certain fireworks in Rockland in 2015, but medical professionals say just because they’re legal doesn’t mean they’re safe.