Thank you for selecting Newton Pediatrics!
Welcome to Newton Pediatrics. As caring health practitioners and members of the Newton Community, we are proud to serve your family’s health needs.
Our office is affiliated with Boston Children’s Hospital. We coordinate your care with carefully chosen specialists and health experts
We know that maintaining good health can take time, and we want to be considerate of your schedule with on-time appointments and phoned-in prescriptions when needed. Count on our availability 24/7 for your concerns.
Krisztina Bukur-Doczy, MD., F.A.A.P.
Dr. Shirley Gonzalez, MD.
Lisa Liss, R.N., P.D.P.
Please call us at 617-564-0123
Newton Pediatric Schedule
|Tuesday||9–7||Special after-hours clinic 7-8:30 p.m.|
Weekend and evening hours by special appointment.
When a child is unwell and needs immediate attention, we are available to you by phone 24/7, and may schedule a special appointment time.
Call us: 617-564-0123
Our patients help us stay on time
Nobody likes long waits at the office. Our patients help by arriving a bit early for appointments, and avoiding last-minute cancellations. Certain times of the day are especially busy, and we appreciate your selecting alternate times when possible.
The busy times include after school hours from 3–5 p.m., and all day Monday. The most open times are mornings and early afternoons, Tuesdays through Fridays.
Newton Pediatrics (Newton office)
32 Union Street
Newton Centre, MA 02459
Our offices are located diagonally across the street from the Green Line train station in Newton Centre.
Newton Pediatrics (Wellesley Office)
25 Walnut Street
Wellesley, MA 02481
Newton Parking: There is one-hour metered parking throughout the surrounding neighborhood. Alternatively, try the large 3-hour parking lot in Newton Centre located in a triangle where Centre St., Beacon St. and Langley St. intersect. There is also free parking on Beacon St.
Wellesley Parking: Free parking located in front and back of the building
If you are transferring from another practice, please request your medical records from your previous pediatrician. You can have them sent to our office using our medical records request form.
Because we are multilingual, we can also work with forms in Spanish and Portuguese along with Scandinavian languages, including Swedish, Norwegian, and Danish, as well as Hungarian, Russian, and Romanian.
- Medical Records Request Form here: Coming soon
- Prenatal Visit Form here: Download
- Initial Office Visit Form here: Download
- International Travel Medicine Questionnaire: Download
Newton Pediatrics insurance coverage
We accept most insurance plans. Some of the plans we accept include:
- Blue Cross and Blue Shield
- Children’s Medical Security Plan
- Commonwealth Care (NHP and BMC only)
- Harvard Pilgrim
- Neighborhood Health Plan
- Tufts Health Plan (does not cover: Select, Spirit or Steward products)
- United Health Care
- US Family Health Plans
- Euro-Center USA,Inc.
Please call us if you do not see your plan listed above.
Q: Should I come early if I am a new patient?
A: Please come 10–15 minutes early to fill out forms and make the best use of the appointment.
Q: What if I am going to be late for my appointment?
A: Please call our office if you are going to be late or cannot keep your appointment. We can assist you with rescheduling.
Q: Will I get a reminder call about well visit appointments?
A: Yes, we call you about upcoming appointments. Please let us know if your phone number changes.
Q: Do I need to bring my insurance card to every visit?
A: Yes, your insurance card is needed to keep your account up-to-date and accurate.
Q: Will there be co-pay at every visit?
A: Yes. You should check with your insurance company regarding co-pays on routine “well visits.”
Q: How do I know what is covered under my insurance plan?
A: Most insurance plans provide that information on their website or through the customer service phone number located on the back of your ID card.
Q: What do I need to bring for my first visit with my newborn?
A: Please fill out the new patient forms and bring them to your first visit.
Q: What if I do not have my newborn’s insurance card yet?
A: Make sure you have informed your insurance company of the baby’s birth.
Q: What should I do about my insurance if my child is admitted to the hospital?
A: You should contact your insurance company within 24 hours.
Q: Will I need a referral if the doctor sends my child for tests or to see a specialist?
A: Each insurance policy has different requirements. Call your insurance company for more information.
Q: Why is it important for a specific provider from Newton Pediatrics to be listed as my primary care physician (PCP)?
A: If your insurance requires a PCP and one of our providers is not listed, this may result in the charges being denied by your insurance. You will then be responsible for all dates of service.