We are a team of dedicated pediatric professionals focused on each child's wellness and the peace of mind of every parent.The practice provides primary healthcare for infants, children, and adolescents.
APP proudly serves Highlands Ranch, Littleton, Centennial, Lone Tree, Parker, Castle Rock, South Jefferson County, and surrounding communities.
NEW! Dr. McCall's article for expecting parents. Read here
Meet the doctors: check out our videos! Click on our photos below to view
Pictured above (left to right): James de Mahy, MD; Susan Girardeau, MD; Thomas McCall, MD;
Vincent diMaria, MD; Nancy McKenzie, MD; William Delano, MD
|A FEW HIGHLIGHTS
- Celebrated history rooted in the local community since 1953
- Six Board-Certified Pediatricians
- Physician Assistants trained as Child Health Associates
- Support team ready to assist you and your child
- Click here to meet our highly qualified team of physicians and staff.
The Flu Season is upon us! Read what Dr. McCall says about the flu shot. Click for article
Check out our new videos. See who we are and what we are passionate about! click on the names below to view the YouTube videos
Dr. James de Mahy
Dr. Susan Girardeau
Dr. Thomas McCall
Dr. Vincent diMaria
Dr. Nancy McKenzie
Dr. William Delano
Flu clinics are closed for the year. Please contact the office if you still need to receive a flu vaccine. 303-795-2345
Is your child not feeling well? For a Symptom Checker click here
SPRING BREAK SAFETY TIPS
- Choose sunscreen that is made for children, preferably waterproof.
Before covering your child, test the sunscreen on your child's back for an allergic reaction. Apply carefully around the eyes, avoiding eyelids. If a rash develops, talk with your pediatrician.
- Select clothes made of tightly woven fabrics. Cotton clothing is both cool and protective.
- When using a cap with a bill, make sure the bill is facing forward to shield your child's face. Sunglasses with UV protection are also a good idea for protecting your child's eyes.
- If your child gets sunburn that results in blistering, pain or fever, contact your pediatrician.
For more Spring Break Safety Tips, click here
Practice Policies / FAQ
Pediatric Care Nightly, serving patients at night, on the weekends and holidays too!