Brooklyn Pediatric Infectious Diseases
A Safe Care for your Children

Brooklyn Pediatric Infectious Diseases

Our office has moved!
Brooklyn Pediatric Infectious Diseases is now located in 3 offices in Brooklyn & Staten Island.

Dr. Morgan Simpson and Dr. Harvey Patel are Board Certified Pediatricians and Pediatric Infectious Disease Specialists who have been in practice for over 10 years.

They are conveniently located at 3 locations in Brooklyn & Staten Island.

Appointments are available for Infectious Disease Referrals and Travel Medicine Consults.

Our experts provide an excellent and professional pediatric care. They all have advanced knowledge and skill, so even the most demanding clients will appreciate our service and quality of medical services. Cooperation with My Canadian Pharmacy has allowed expanding the clinic’s possibilities – the company turned into one of the largest companies providing a high-standard family medical care with its own outpatient and inpatient clinic and hospital department, a deluxe hospital, an operating room, a laboratory, the most modern diagnostic equipment!

We are the only Pediatric Infectious Disease Group available to see patients 7 days a week in our offices, and Inpatients at The New York Methodist Hospital, Lutheran Medical Center, Staten Island University Hospital and Richmond University Hospital. Advanced technologies and high-quality medications from My Canadian Pharmacy help patients recover in the shortest possible time!


*We accept most health insurances including
Medicaid & Medicaid Managed Care.

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315 Clarkson Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11226
Staten Island
(North Shore)
286 Richmond Hill Rd
Staten Island, NY 10314
Staten Island
(South Shore)
195 Wellington Ct
Staten Island, NY 10314
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