New Patients

We are NOT taking new patients at this time.

Covid-19 Vaccine

Dr. Joyce recommends that all children receive the Covid-19 vaccine as soon as they are eligible.

Because we are a small practice and don’t have sufficient staff or storage capacity, we will not be providing the vaccine in our office. However, your child will be able to receive the vaccine at schools, town health departments, pharmacies, and urgent care clinics.

Check the Arlington Health and Human Services Department for available appointments. Use the state's Vaxfinder website to find other vaccination sites. Read more about covid vaccines for children & teens at the CDC's website.

No Walk-in Clinic

We no longer have a morning walk-in clinic. Please call for an appointment instead.

Flu Shots

We now have flu shots available in the office, for current patients only. Please send us a portal message or call and leave a voicemail with your preferred times and days.

Protocol for In-Office Appointments

1. Call us when you arrive, before coming downstairs. We'll let you know when it's okay to come down.
2. One parent per family. Teens should come in alone when possible.
3. Masks required for ages 3 and up.


WELL VISITS: To minimize time in the office, Dr Joyce will schedule a pre-visit phone call with you.
This will replace the history & discussion portion of the visit. You should raise any concerns at that time.

How to Find Covid Tests

You can find a testing site near you using the state's interactive Covid-19 Test Site Locator. You can also find free drive-through test sites at the state's Regional Express website.


We hope you're staying safe and health. Read the latest updates on how we're adapting to Covid-19, and tips for where to get tested.

Patient Portal

Print health forms & immunizations, view lab results, send us a message, or pay a bill. Login now! (Current patients: if you don't have an account, please call us.)

Know Your Health Plan

How well do you know your health insurance plan? Is it a PPO or HMO? Does it have deductibles or coinsurance? Read our primer.

Antibiotics: Get Smart

Antibiotics can cure bacterial infections, but not viral infections like colds and flus! In some cases they can do more harm than good. Learn more at theCDC's Get Smart About Antibiotics page.