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5/19 Sunday Walk-Ins Relocated to Trevose

Due to an unforeseen event at Sesame Place this morning, we are relocating walk-in hours to the Trevose office today, Sunday May 19th from 9:45-11:45. We apologize for the inconvenience.

You can read more about the event here:

Thank you,

Margiotti & Kroll Pediatrics, P.C.


February 13th 2024 Inclement Weather

All Margiotti & Kroll Pediatrics offices will delay opening until 1:00 PM on Tuesday, February 13, 2024 due to the inclement weather.

If any other changes to our schedule are necessary, we will update this message.

January 19th 2024 Inclement Weather

All Margiotti & Kroll Pediatrics offices will be closing at 12:00 PM on Friday, January 19, 2024 due to the inclement weather and will re-open for regularly scheduled hours on Saturday, January 20th.

If any other changes to our schedule are necessary, we will update this message.

Phone Outage | 4/2

Our phones are currently down as a result of last night’s storm. We are working to resolve the problem and will post an update when they are working properly.

Valley Square and Northeast offices CLOSED Saturday 1/28

The Valley Square and Northeast offices will be closed on Saturday 1/28/23.  Walk-in hours are available in the following offices while this office is closed:

  • Newtown 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM
  • Oxford Valley 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM
  • Trevose 10:45 AM – 11:45 AM

We anticipate re-opening both offices for regular hours on Monday 1/30. We appreciate your understanding.

Thank you,

Margiotti & Kroll Pediatrics

Sunday & Holiday Walk-In Location Update

Margiotti & Kroll Pediatrics prides itself in providing convenient and timely access to our patients when they need us. It is our hope that by offering this access, our patients will not be forced to seek fragmented care at an urgent care center or local emergency department for illnesses that should be treated within your child’s medical home.

As you know, we provide walk-in hours to treat patients with acute illnesses every day of the year and remain committed to offering this service.

In an effort to better serve our patients, effective Sunday, October 30th, 2022 we will be moving the location of our Sunday and Holiday walk-in hours from our Trevose Office to our Oxford Valley Office.

The Oxford Valley Office is better suited to handle the potential volume of our Sunday & Holiday walk-in hours due to the availability of more examination rooms, a larger waiting area, and ample patient parking.

Please note that we are still offering walk-in hours in the Trevose Office Monday – Saturday.

Please visit each location’s page to see their full hours:



Valley Square


Oxford Valley

The observed holidays in 2022/2023 where we utilize our Sunday walk-in schedule are:

Thursday, November 24th – Thanksgiving

Sunday, December 25th – Christmas Day

Sunday, January 1st – New Year’s Day

Monday, May 29th – Memorial Day

Tuesday, July 4th – Independence Day

Monday, September 4th – Labor Day

Thursday, November 23rd – Thanksgiving

Monday, December 25th – Christmas Day

Similac Recall: 2/18/2022

The FDA is advising consumers not to use Similac, Alimentum or EleCare powdered infant formulas if:

the first two digits of the code are 22 through 37 and
the code on the container contains K8, SH, or Z2, and
the expiration date is 4-1-2022 (APR 2022) or later.
The code is printed on the product packaging near the expiration date.

Products that do not contain the information listed above are not impacted by this advisory. This advisory does not include liquid formula products or any metabolic deficiency nutrition formulas. Consumers should continue to use all product not covered by this advisory.

Products made at the Sturgis facility can be found across the United States and were likely exported to other countries as well.

These powdered infant formulas have the potential to be contaminated with Cronobacter, a bacterium that can cause severe foodborne illness primarily in infants. Cronobacter infections are rare but are especially high risk for newborn infants (see symptoms below).

Parents and caregivers should never dilute infant formula and should not make or feed homemade infant formula to infants.

If your regular formula is not available, contact your child’s healthcare provider for recommendations on changing feeding practices.

More information on Cronobacter and infant formula is available on CDC’s website.

Cronobacter bacteria can cause severe, life-threatening infections (sepsis) or meningitis (an inflammation of the membranes that protect the brain and spine). Symptoms of sepsis and meningitis may include poor feeding, irritability, temperature changes, jaundice (yellow skin and whites of the eyes), grunting breaths, and abnormal movements. Cronobacter infection may also cause bowel damage and may spread through the blood to other parts of the body.

If your child is experiencing any of these symptoms, you should notify your child’s healthcare provider and seek medical care for your child immediately. Healthcare providers and health departments are encouraged to report any confirmed cases of Cronobacter sakazakii to CDC.