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#1 of 5 Old 10-17-2012, 03:23 PM - Thread Starter
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I am pregnant and due in Feb and I know the Whole Child Center in Oradell only takes newborns. I put in an email to them to see if they take newborns and their siblings? I hate the idea of having two pediatricians. But anyway still looking for a pediatrician for my other two kids as well. Thanks!!

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Hi there! I don't know of anyone great in NJ, but Dr Zatz in Nyack, NY is fantastic (just a few minutes across the border). He is supportive of a wide range of choices & is a lovely human being. I just took my 4 month old to see him & I was impressed. My baby was born at home, is fully breastfed, no vaccines, etc and he was supportive. Hope this helps!

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-. Karl Russel-Brown in Plainfield has been great about my alternate vax'ing schedule and we recently had a great conversation in which he agreed with me that if I could find chicken pox, I'd be better off exposing my kids than vax'ing. 


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Dr. Bacha DO in Tenafly and Dr. Schlachter in Essex Fells are both wonderful, are open to no and alternative vaxing and are taking patients. I switched to Dr. Bacha a few years ago and it was the best decision I could have made.

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