We offer urgent care hours on Saturday mornings. If you think your child will need to be seen, you can call the office between 8 am and 10 am to schedule an appointment for Saturday morning. Depending on which physician is on call that weekend, clinic hours will be held in either the Chelsea or Ann Arbor office.
- Great location near Briarwood Mall and the Whole Foods/REI plaza
- Easy parking
- New building with lots of windows
Welcome to our newest provider, Ariel Loll, PNP. Ariel is known to many of us through her work as an RN at Green Tree Pediatrics. She received her BSN from the University of Michigan and completed her Nurse Practitioner training at the University of Michigan, as well. Her professional goal is to work together with patients and families to encourage and support their needs, while taking an active role in the healthy development of children. She currently lives in Canton with her fiance. Her hobbies include taking their golden-doodle for walks, cooking, and reading.
There has been a confirmed case of Norovirus with an employee at Beach Middle School in Chelsea who works in the Cafeteria. Norovirus typically presents with gastrointestinal symptoms of vomiting and diarrhea. Norovirus is very contagious. If you have any questions feel free to call the office or send a portal message.
There is a system wide Comcast technical issue that is affecting our phones. In the meantime, please call 1-866-647-3543 to reach the after hours service for medical advice.
In observance of the Jewish New Year, we are closing the Ann Arbor office to allow members of our team to observe the holiday with their families. We wish all of you a sweet and happy New Year.
For any clinical concerns and if you think your child will need to be seen, the Chelsea office is open. Both Dr Moore and Naela are seeing patients in the Chelsea office. You can reach the Chelsea office by messaging us through the secure portal or calling 734-475-4500.
The Flint Water Crisis was brought to light by a local pediatrician who was noticing dangerously high lead levels during routine screenings. This is one of the reasons we take the American Academy of Pediatrics schedule of Well Child Visits so seriously. Visit the link below from the Centers for Disease Control to learn more about the dangers of elevated lead levels.
As we enter the last month of summer and begin to think about going back to school, we are excited to partner with 5 area preschools to help them incorporate fresh fruits and vegetables into their curriculum. The following preschools have successfully applied for grants from Moore Pediatrics: Chelsea Children’s Cooperative Preschool, Freedom Childcare Center, Lambs of Our Savior Christian Preschool, Little Warriors Preschool and Childcare, and North Star Montessori. These five preschools are using the grants to engage in a variety of projects from funding a field trip to the grocery store to building a small vegetable garden to creating safe opportunities to try new foods. Increasing fruits and vegetables in the diets of our children is a public health priority. To learn more, check out resources at HealthyKids.org or ChooseMyPlate.gov.
We will be offering free classes for children and their families to discuss and support healthy eating. These classes will be run by our dietician Hilary Edwards. The location will be at the McKune Room at the Chelsea Library at 6pm on March 5th and 19th. Call the office to register or email firstname.lastname@example.org.