Where Do I Park?

Village Pediatrics has convenient curbside parking available right outside our door. If that is not available, there are also reserved spots in the covered parking garage behind the clinic. In the unlikely event both locations are unavailable there is also nearby street parking.

Register For The Portal

Our patient portal is called AthenaHealth. This company has supported integrated electronic medical records, online appointment scheduling, insurance billing and a patient communication portal for almost 10 years. This system allows parents to create a family account with one password and provides for better access charts as well as billing access on the patient portal. At this time due to constraints of the system new, not-established families need to call the office first to obtain access to the portal if they desire. Otherwise, we set everyone up with this useful patient portal account at the first appointment.

Register for the portal

The patient portal will allow you to:

  • Send secure, private messages to us about health concerns.
  • Schedule your child's own appointment.
  • Request an appointment time if the desired time is unavailable.
  • Enter demographic and insurance information. Filling out this information ahead of time cuts back on your wait time and our workload.
  • Review and pay billing statements.
  • View personal health information, along with vaccine records, labs, and other tests.
  • Research health topics from a reputable source.

Instructions on how to register

Serious About Patient-Centered Care

Attentiveness

At Village Pediatrics, we spend quality time listening and caring for your most important possessions—your children. We aim to provide excellent customer service and individualized care that leaves you feeling valued and cared for and valued.

Patient Education

Providing you with the knowledge you need to successfully care for your child is of great value to our clinic. We strive to help you leave our office feeling empowered about the care of your children.

Evidence-Based Care

We follow current pediatric standards and guidelines to help your child grow up healthy and reach their milestones successfully.

Meet Staci

Staci Scott, ARNP, CPNP, MSN has been a certified pediatric nurse practitioner since 2007. She studied nursing at the University of Iowa and graduated with honors in 2004. She worked for a number of years as a hospital pediatric nurse serving children on general and emergency pediatric units and babies in the neonatal intensive care unit. She completed her Master's degree at Rush University in Chicago, IL in 2007, graduating Magna Cum Laude. Staci worked in the Chicago area at a large private practice where she served many Hispanic underserved pediatric patients.

In 2009, she and her husband set out on a new adventure, to live in a different part of the country, which landed them in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. She worked with a private practice for four years before deciding to pursue her dream of opening her own clinic in 2013. Her medical interests include asthma, cardiology, breastfeeding, and infant and child growth and development.

In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two children, hiking, kickboxing, and ballroom dancing.

What is a Nurse Practitioner?

A Nurse Practitioner (NP) is a healthcare provider that has advanced and specialized training to care for patients. Most NPs are in primary care and can have many specialities such as pediatrics, family practice, or women's health to name a few. NPs can assess, diagnose and treat patients — including prescribing medications to help patients attain wellness. A NPs training emphasizes spending quality time with patients in order to educate them in health promotion and disease prevention. Spending the time to educate patients and families can lead to more fulfilling health and wellness, which can translate to less time spent in the clinic receiving care.

Don’t only take our word for it. Check out what the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and American Association of Nurse Practitioners have to say.