We are happy to announce a new associate, Dr John D. Agliano, who will be starting in November, as Dr. Ferrier is no longer practicing at West 11th Street Pediatrics. He has been providing pediatric care in Queens for several years and is looking forward to becoming a part of our community. We are excited to have him join our team.

We have received the Pfizer COVID Vaccine for 6mo to 4yrs.

Please call to schedule (212) 529-4330. You will need to fill out the consent prior to your appointment.

Please review the information form and download and sign the vaccine parental consent form prior to arrival. Please be prepared to wait 15 minutes after the vaccine.

We have Flu Vaccine in for the 2023 season! Please call office to schedule.

Coronavirus Update

Dear families,

In an effort to control and prevent the spread of COVID-19, we be implementing some new temporary protocols in the office.

Walk- ins will be cancelled until further notice.

Well visits and routine visits will be scheduled on a clean, safe and socially distanced schedule. Please try to come on time to help in these efforts. All patients under 3 years and caretakers will need to wear a mask while in the office. If your child develops fever prior to the appointment, please reschedule. We especially encourage our patients under 2 to continue with their routine visits and vaccinations as this is important for their health.

Our new office hours will be 8:30am -5pm Monday to Friday. We will continue to see sick visits on Saturday mornings as arranged with the on call doctor.

We encourage families to come to appointments with as few people as possible- preferably only 1 caretaker and leaving siblings at home whenever possible. Everyone under 3years of age will need to wear a mask.

The doctors and nurses are available to discuss symptoms and help you decide whether the child needs to be seen. COVID-19 is viral illness and for most patients can be managed at home with supportive care. We are here to help you and your children navigate these stressful situations. Please continue to call with any concerns at (212) 529-4330.

Other resources you may find helpful are NYS Coronavirus hotline 888-364-3065 and dialing 311 in NYC.

Thank you for your patience during this unprecedented event. We are committed to providing our families with a safe and healthy medical home.
Drs. Zullo and Rosello