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Jasa Talarico, MD

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bio

Dr. Jasa Talarico is a primary care pediatrician at Dayton Children's Pediatrics.

education and training

  • medical school: University of Toledo College of Medicine, Toledo, Ohio
  • residency: Pediatrics, Wright State University and Dayton Children's Hospital, Dayton, Ohio

get to know me

I chose my specialty because...

working with kids every day keeps me passionate about learning and satisfied with my career.


I chose to work at Dayton Children's because...

I enjoyed my time here during residency and knew I wanted to continue working with the wonderful people here.


Dayton Children's is special because...

children come first here; their health, their comfort, their happiness all matter.


ratings and reviews
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Dayton Survey

I were tell people about my daughter doctor or the clinic because I have no problem for 18 year and I love this place I will tell people about this place

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Dayton Survey

It is not worth the trouble or hassle of coming to this facility. The lack of concern and general unfriendly atmosphere is unsettling especially for a place where you are supposed to take sick children. The inability or what seems to be outright refusal to let the parent speak and give information that should be wanted by the physician is both lazy and disrespectful. I should feel like my child is a human being worth the time and care of the faculty whether then just her being a number or paycheck. I am truly heartbroken over the level of care for my child and the respect for my family that this facility has provided since taking my child here. I will never recommend this facility to any of my friends or family or parents that I know.

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Dayton Survey

Great place to take your kids. Personable and thorough. Kid friendly staff??

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Dayton Survey

tat childrens is an excellent provider.

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