At Wolcott Pediatrics, we offer same-day appointments, general pediatric care, well child care, diagnosis and management of urgent illness and chronic problems, and immunizations. Our dedicated physicians have special interests in asthma and behavioral management, and can provide services in Spanish.
|Our Practice is recognized as a Patient Center Medical Home|
Evening and Saturday hours are available for urgent medical concerns in our Newark office by calling (315) 359-2660. If that office is also closed, please call our after hours answering service at (866) 856-8956, and your medical concern will be assessed by a nurse in conjunction with the physician on call.
To schedule an appointment, please call (315) 594-9444. Emergency care is available at Newark-Wayne Community Hospital by calling (315) 332-2022.
|Jan Walker, MD, FAAP
“I love playing with the children and watching them discover the world.”
In high school, Dr. Walker discovered she liked people as much as science, and decided that using science to care for people would bring her more joy than advancing the field. Dr. Walker joined the Wayne Medical Group for the first time in 1992, where she practiced at the Wolcott office for eight years before beginning subspecialty training in development Pediatrics at the Kirch Developmental Services Center at the University of Rochester. She was a member of the Unity Pediatric Development Unit, involved in subspecialty developmental behavioral practice, until returning to the Wayne Medical Group in 2006. Her special interests include learning and behavior problems.
Dr. Walker attended medical school at the University of Michigan. She completed a flexible internship at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit and her pediatric residency at Children’s Hospital of Michigan in Detroit.
|Michael Shoemaker, MD
"I really enjoy getting to know the community by working with parents and their children."
Inspired by a family friend, Dr. Shoemaker became a physician, choosing pediatrics because he wanted the challenge of working with children and their families.
Dr. Shoemaker attended medical school at Jefferson Medical College, followed by an internship at St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center. He completed his residency at the William Beaumont Army Medical Center.
|Adam Weis, MD|