A family health and wellness guide for Westchester County
UPDATED February 2019: With the abundance of health care professionals and services in Westchester County, finding the right one for your family can be time consuming. So we compiled a list featuring the best family doctors and pediatricians, hospitals and medical centers, fitness centers, and dentists and orthodontists. Whether you are looking for the best in care for your kids’ dental health, mental health, or physical health and fitness, Westchester County has these pediatric specialties covered. Plus, you’ll find dentists, doctors, and therapists who specialize in special needs, such as autism, ADD, ADHD, developmental issues, and physical disabilities. In addition, Westchester provides physical fitness facilities for opportunities to promote overall wellness with sports such as dance, swimming, tennis, gymnastics, basketball, and baseball. These health care and fitness services are found throughout Westchester County with locations including Mount Kisco, Mamaroneck, Mount Vernon, New Rochelle, Peekskill, Tuckahoe, Rye, Scarsdale, White Plains, Yonkers, and Montrose, plus locations in nearby Rockland County and Fairfield County, CT.
Check the boxes to connect with these businesses
ADVANCED ENDODONTICS OF WESTCHESTER, P.L.L.C.
222 Westchester Ave. Suite 402 , White Plains
359 East Main St. Suite 3H
Here at Advanced Endodontics of Westchester, we treat each patient in a safe and comfortable manner while performing root canal therapy and endodontic microsurgery with the highest quality of care. We have a specialized sedation center to meet the needs of our patients, children and adults, including those with special needs. Some patients may require nitrous oxide during their root canal therapy while others need general anesthesia with our board-certified anesthesiologist. When you or your child need a root canal, who sees you first makes all the difference.
Dr. Ivis Getz, a board-certified pediatric dentist, is committed to providing the highest quality dental care to infants, children, adolescents, and those with special needs. Dr. Getz recognizes that each child is a unique individual who deserves compassion and respect, which is evident in her friendly manner and calm demeanor. The dental team truly enjoys working with kids and will treat your child with warmth and compassion. The practice participates in many dental insurance plans and has convenient after-school and Saturday appointments available.
The Institute for Children with Autism and Related Disorders, Inc. (ICA) was founded in 2000. With offices in Riverhead, Melville, and White Plains, ICA’s mission is to provide state-of-the-science consultation directly to students, their families, and the school districts and community agencies that serve them. Presently, ICA is working with the majority of school districts on Long Island, and several in Westchester County, providing technical assistance and training to administrators, educators, and related staff. For more information, contact Eric Frantino at email@example.com, or 646-831-0378.
The JCC of Mid-Westchester offers a wide array of educational, fitness, and recreational programs, all under one roof. Visit us at jccmw.org for a full listing of classes in art, dance, music, theatre, sports training including basketball, baseball, soccer, karate and tennis, gymnastics, swim, and fitness. Classes offered include SAT, ACT, and Regents prep, infant and toddler classes, preschool, and developmental disabilities education, and after-school enrichment programs.
PREMIER ATHLETIC CLUB
2127 Albany Post Road (Route 9A) , Montrose
Premier Athletic Club, a beautiful, 70,000-sqare-foot, multi-sport facility with indoor and outdoor pools, offers a wide array of excellent children’s programming, plus lessons, clinics, and classes in swimming, tennis, racquetball, tumbling, basketball, soccer, and fitness for kids and teens. In addition, our expert and caring staff will make your children happy at our popular sports, break dancing, or swim parties, and this summer, at our sports or tennis camps. Please call or visit our website for details.
If you or your child are between 6 and 40 years of age, you can play an important role in research by participating in our study to help us learn about brain development. The McPartland Lab at the Yale School of Medicine is seeking individuals with autism spectrum disorder, schizophrenia, or typically developing children and adults. Participants will receive a clinical evaluation and report, as well as compensation up to $350. To learn more, contact Erin MacDonnell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-737-3439.