Raleigh Office

(919) 872-0250

Garner Office

(919) 779-6423

After Hours

(919) 831-5394

Whats New


The Raleigh Office will be closed for building maintenance on Saturday and Sunday August 19-20, 2017.

The Garner location will be open from 8:00 am – 11:00 am both days to see sick patients only. To schedule an appointment in the Garner office, or for medical advice during those hours, please call 919-779-6423.

If you have an urgent problem during non-business hours that cannot await regular office hours, please call our Answering Service at 919-831-5394.

Thank you for your understanding!
Raleigh Pediatrics Associates
Physicians & Staff

Holiday Schedule – 4th of July

The Raleigh office will be open the morning of Tuesday, July 4, at 8:00 a.m. to see SICK CHILDREN ONLY for urgent problems which cannot wait until regular office hours on Wednesday, July 5. The Garner office will be CLOSED on Tuesday, July 4, in honor of the 4th of July holiday. Both offices will have normal hours of operation onContinue Reading

Holiday Schedule – Memorial Day weekend (5/27-5/29)

The Raleigh office will OPEN at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday-May 27th, Sunday-May 28th and Monday-May 29th to see sick children only.  The Garner office will be CLOSED Saturday-May 27th through Monday-May 29th and will reopen on Tuesday-May 30th. Please call the Raleigh office at 919-872-0250 to schedule an appointment for your child. If medical advice is neededContinue Reading

Raleigh location – Closed for Maintenance

Saturday 4/22 and Sunday 4/23, our Raleigh location will be CLOSED for HVAC maintenance. Our Garner office will be OPEN at 8:00 am on Saturday 4/22 and Sunday 4/23 to see sick patients only. You may reach the Garner office at 919-779-6423. If medical advice is needed outside of our weekend office hours, please contact the answering serviceContinue Reading

Holiday Schedule – Good Friday and Easter

The Raleigh office will OPEN at 8:00 a.m. on Friday, April 14, and Saturday, April 15, to see sick children only. Both offices will be CLOSED on Sunday, April 16, in observance of the Easter holiday. The Garner office will be CLOSED from Friday, April 14 through Sunday, April 16. You may reach the Raleigh office at 919-872-0250 toContinue Reading

Please join us in welcoming Dr. Sarah Atkins to the Raleigh Pediatrics Team!

On August 4, 2016, Dr. Sarah Atkins will be making the Garner office of Raleigh Pediatrics her new home.  Dr. Atkins grew up in Raleigh, North Carolina and has been practicing pediatrics in the area for several years.  She is looking forward to getting to know our patients and their families. (click here to readContinue Reading

Dr. Hunt is moving to the Raleigh Office

Dr. Sarah Hunt joined Raleigh Pediatric Associates in 2001, where she has worked primarily in our Garner location.  Effective August, 1, 2016, she will be making the Raleigh office her new home base.  She will miss working closely with the wonderful Garner staff, patients and their families but is looking forward to hitting the groundContinue Reading

A Note from Dr. Sharon Foster

Dear RPA patients, After 41 years of practicing medicine, 8 years of training and 33 years at Raleigh Pediatrics, I have decided to retire. I cherish the many long term relationships I have had with my patients, their parents and grandparents. Thank you for trusting me to care for your most precious of all possessions,Continue Reading

New Patient Registration Tool

Raleigh Pediatrics is continuously looking for ways to improve our patient experience. We are excited to announce that we have invested in new technology to improve our check-in process, saving both time and paper. Beginning on June 21, 2016 you will be presented with a PhreesiaPad, similar to a tablet or iPad, to complete yourContinue Reading

Sanofi Issues Voluntary Recall of Auvi-Q

Pharmaceutical company Sanofi U.S. has issued a voluntary recall of all Auvi-Q (epinephrine auto-injectors) with the lot numbers 2299596 through 3037230 which expire March 2016 through Dec 2016. The recall includes all Auvi-Q currently on the market, and it includes both the 0.15 mg and 0.3 mg strengths. This is for reason of possible inaccurate dosage delivery. Patients who have anyContinue Reading

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