Bambini (meaning "children" in Italian) offers your family the resources of a typical pediatric office: check-ups, immunizations, urgent visits, and prescriptions. But we try to go a little further -- by recommending options such as herbs, homeopathic remedies, and referrals to natural healthcare specialists as circumstances and interest suggest.
We feel this "integration" of traditional/ allopathic pediatric care with complementary/ holistic options puts us on the cutting edge of a growing trend, and may give your children a better chance of coping with the health challenges of the 21st century!
Speaking of such, we also have growing interest in providing basic-level biomedical treatment for children on the autistic spectrum, for patients with PANDAS, ADHD, and other special needs. Finally, we are happy to offer second opinions on complex medical issues.
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207 Washington Street Suite 103
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
Phone: 845/ 249-2510
Fax: 845/ 249-2505
Phone lines are open from 8 AM to 7 PM Monday through Thursday
8 AM to 5 PM on Friday
and 8 AM until noon on Saturday
Bambini Re-Open to New Patients
After a long, cold winter, we are pleased to announce that we have hired three more practitioners and are once again able to schedule new patients. Those families on our waiting should have all been contacted at this point.
We are also happy to once again begin scheduling prenatal visits. These will primarily be booked with Lauren Van Buren PA and Jennifer Lown FNP.
Bambini Recognized by HV Parent Magazine
Living and Being
Our practice was honored again this year by Hudson Valley Parent Magazine with a "Favorite Docs & Healthcare Professionals" award! The selection is based on feedback from parents.
Bambini was recently recognized by Generation Rescue as a "recommended physician" practice.
Generation Rescue is dedicated to the recovery of children and adults with autism spectrum disorders. It helps provide medical treatment, laboratory tests, and supplements for families that could not otherwise afford this care. It also hosts the largest autism conference in the country and makes mentors available to families with a newly diagnosed child. The mentors help parents get their child started on a biomedical protocol.
The September 2011 issue of Living and Being, a familiar insert to the Poughkeepsie Journal, featured an extensive series on integrative pediatrics. Both Dr. Stephen Cowan from Riverside Pediatrics in Croton and our Dr. Malak were featured.
The lead article, which was written by Evelyn Manziello, can be viewed online here.