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1/5/24 news article

Dayton Children’s welcomes primary care pediatricians of Pediatric Associates of Dayton

eleven physicians and four nurse practitioners join the Dayton Children’s medical team

As 2024 begins, the 15 providers of the primary care offices of Pediatric Associates of Dayton become Dayton Children’s employees.

Adding the 11 physicians and four nurse practitioners to the Dayton Children’s medical team allows for better continuity of care for children, elevated collaboration and advanced training opportunities for providers. This team-based approach supports children and families in working together with health care providers across the continuum of care to identify, coordinate and address shared goals that meet the needs of the whole child.

Dayton Children’s will also work toward integrating technology and digital resources in the Pediatric Associates of Dayton practice over the next few years, such as an electronic medical records system, for an enhanced patient experience.   

This move aligns with the hospital’s primary care strategic priority to create a new, more accessible and sustainable system of pediatric primary care, while reinventing the medical home and the path to children’s health for families in the region.

Pediatric Associates of Dayton has three offices in the Dayton area, located in Beavercreek, Englewood and Kettering. Their 15 providers and 50 staff members care for thousands of children a year. The staff at these locations will continue to be employed by CareCloud Practice Management Corp., a practice management company owned by CareCloud, Inc. a health care technology company.

David Roer, MD“As we look at the changing landscape of pediatric primary care, we are innovating ways to ensure children have access to the best overall care,” says David Roer, MD, lead pediatrician at Pediatric Associates of Dayton. “This is an exciting opportunity to maximize resources and relationships.”

“We are honored to team up with the amazing caregivers at Pediatric Associates of Dayton,” says Deborah Feldman, Dayton Children’s president and CEO. “Dr. Roer and his team have invested in our community and its families for decades. We know that together, we will be even stronger for our children.”

Deborah Feldman

president and chief executive officer
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