Welcome to our Practice!

Voted Top Pediatrician 2018 & 2019

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Dr. Jeffrey Mantia, M.D., FAAP

Abi Lamar, MSN, RN, CPNP

Emily Rusticus, MSN, RN, CFNP

Jenna Sargent, MSN, RN, CPNP

 

Serving our community since 2001!

                                                                     Our Providers (left to right) Jenna, Emily, Dr. Mantia and Abi

 

Grandville Pediatrics was founded in 2001 with the idea that a small independent practice could provide high-quality patient care for infants, children, and teenagers and more quickly implement the ideas of its physicians, nurse practitioners and support staff.

We believe that children are not little adults. Their treatment involves specialized pediatric knowledge and care, closer follow-up, a higher dedication to care of the entire patient and an increased level of provider and nurse involvement. We are committed to maintaining this standard.

We believe that patients and parents deserve thorough explanations about growth and development as well as illnesses, behavioral/developmental issues, and their management. Our providers and staff will take the time to get to know you and your children and respond to your concerns.

We have worked hard to maintain a personal atmosphere where you and your children feel comfortable and are remembered by name. We are also small enough that you will know all of us well. Feel free to ask any of our existing patients and families - we are very different from many large, traditional medical practices. The best part of our job is the relationships that we build with our patient families over time!

Our office maintains close relationships with local pediatric specialists and is well respected by the staff of Helen DeVos Children's Hospital and local obstetricians.

We look forward to meeting you and your family!

 

 

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 Sick child? Same day appointments!

2019 MEASLES OUTBREAK:

As of April 17, 2019, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has confirmed 43 total measles cases statewide since March 13, 2019. Read more information from the CDC here

Recent Kent County measles exposure information can be found here

Children routinely receive the first measles vaccine after 12 months of age. Measles remain common in many parts of the world; if you travel abroad, please make sure your children are fully vaccinated. Currently our office is only recommending EARLY MMR vaccination (for children 6-12 months old) if travelling internationally.

For more information read the top 5 things parents need to know about measles

 

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 2845 44th St. SW, Ste. 200
Grandville, MI 49418


(616) 538-2410 • 616-538-1557 (fax)