COVID-19 Update

Due to the recent COVID-19 concern, we want to assure everyone that we sanitize our office by following all universal precautions.

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We are also open for well visits immunizations!

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Welcome to Our Practice

We specialize in Pediatric Care

Our experts will take care of your child

Welcome to “Newborns To Adolescent Specialists P.C.” and THANK YOU for for selecting us to care for your child’s medical needs. Headed and founded by board certified pediatrician and neonatal specialist Dr. Anjali Verma. As your child’s primary physician, Dr. Verma and her staff are committed to providing the best and most comprehensive medical care, support, and advice you need in raising your child.

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Your primary care doctor is a key member of your health care team, coordinating all your care and serving as your personal health advocate. At Newborns To Adolescents pediatric center, Dr. Verma and other health care professionals are dedicated to providing you with quality care. Our staff has the training and expertise to treat everything from ear and sinus infections to chronic disease. We also have access to the latest diagnostic technology and treatment techniques to provide you and your family with a wide range of quality services for children from birth to college years, including preventive care, wellness exams, newborn care, immunizations, screenings for blood pressure, cholesterol and colorectal cancer, school and sports physicals, chronic disease management, including high blood pressure and cholesterol, diabetes, asthma, autism, seizure disorder, ADHD, and neuro developmental disorders. 

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Meet the Doctor

  • Anjali Verma, MD, FAAP

    Dr. Verma is a Board Certified Pediatrician and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics (FAAP). Dr. Verma has received her medical degree from Lucknow University, India and completed pediatric residency at University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ). Dr. Verma also completed advanced Fellowship program in Neonatology at Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY.

    After completing her fellowship program in neonatology, Dr. Verma joined Centra State Medical center where she helped establish the Pediatric Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). She has been practicing pediatrics since 2002.

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