To provide pediatric care that is current, conservative, and meets or exceeds the American Academy of Pediatrics standard of care. We encourage active participation during our office visits, welcoming questions and discussion. It is our goal to engage our parents and patients in the care and decisions concerning their health needs and developmental growth.

It is our belief that our future is in our children. I appreciate being entrusted with the care of my patients. I look forward to sharing in their growth and development.

It is only through a partnership of mutual trust, respect and honesty that we can raise our children to become active, productive individuals contributing positively to their future and ours.
If you choose or have chosen for me to be your pediatrician, thank you. I will provide personal undivided attention, to you and my patients, during our visits. If pediatric subspecialty care is needed I will not hesitate to make an appropriate referral. It is our goal that we know your child. We will always provide the best pediatric care possible.

My goal is for a long growing relationship over the eighteen years of pediatric care we provide from birth.

Brian Washburn is a board certified pediatrician who brings a comprehensive yet individualistic approach to Greenville Pediatrics, PA. To find out more about Brian Washburn visit the link provided below.

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Pediatrician - Greenville
37 Brendan Way
Greenville, SC 29615

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As the days become longer we move towards spring. Hardwood tree pollen is starting to be detected. If you suffer from spring pollen allergies, starting allergy medicines before the end of February is advised. Feel free to schedule an appointment for an exam and discussion concerning airborne allergens. 

CDC officials reported Monday that the nation's measles toll has reached 121 cases in 17 states and Washington, D.C. Eighty-five percent of cases were associated with the Disneyland outbreak, and most of the people affected were not immunized. HealthDay News

The influenza season may be past its peak. Keep healthy, wash your hands often.If you are ill with fever stay home. Get a 2014-2015 influenza vaccine if not already vaccinated. The vaccine is helpful even if some circulating flu is a slightly different strain from this year's vaccine.

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