Welcome to our Pediatric Practice

Children’s Health Care has been a premier pediatric practice in the Blue Water Area since 1965.
Our practice consists of 4 board certified pediatric providers with 5 Nurse practitioners located in 5 Offices
in St. Clair County. Four of our pediatric offices are recognized as PATIENT CENTERED MEDICAL HOMES
that provide comprehensive pediatric primary care. We are the largest pediatric care
provider in the County with more than 80 years of combined general pediatric experience.

Well Physical Schedule

NewbornHepB if not given at hospitalEPDS for mothers
1 month2nd HepBEPDS for mothers
2 monthPentacel, Prevnar, RV5
4 monthPentacel, Prevnar, RV5
6 monthPentacel, Prevnar, RV5ASQ
9 monthHepBASQ
12 monthVaivax, MMR, PrevnarASQ
15-18 monthPentacel, HepAASQ
2 yearHepAASQ and MCHAT
30 monthASQ
3 yearASQ
4 year visionQuadracel, ProquadASQ, Hearing, Vision
5 yearASQ
6-10 year
11-12 yearTDaP, Menactra, HPVPHQ and Crafft
13-15 yearPHQ and Crafft
16-17 yearMenactra, TrumembaPHQ and Crafft
17-18 yearTrumembaPHQ and Crafft

Our Providers

Megan Parslow, FNP

MEGAN PARSLOW, FNP obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from University of Detroit Mercy In 2014 and worked as an Emergency Department Nurse for 4 years. She completed her Nurse Practitioner program with a Masters Degree in 2018 from Walden University. She is board certified Family Nurse Practitioner and enjoys working with children and adolescents.

Mandy Lyon, PNP

MANDY LYON, PNP is a pediatric nurse practitioner who joined Children’s Health Care in Jan 2021. She completed her undergraduate education in 2009 from Oakland University and her graduate studies in 2016 from Wayne State University. She is interested in adolescent health issues. She enjoys reading and spending time with her children.

Renee Ruiz, PNP

RENEE RUIZ, PNP is a pediatric nurse practitioner and she graduated from Oakland University with her Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing in 2001. She spent 10 years working as a pediatric and Special Care Nursing Units in Beaumont and McLaren Macomb. She completed her Masters as a Nurse Practitioner from Wayne State University in 2013. She has been a pediatric Nurse Practitioner since 2014. She has Special interest in Teenage physical and mental Health problems.

Dr. Grace

Dr. Jessica Grace is a board certified pediatrician and graduated from University of Michigan in 1999. She completed her medical school from Wayne State University in 2003. Her residency training in Pediatrics was from Children’s Hospital in Michigan that she completed in 2006. She has been a life long resident in the area and has been in pediatric practice since 2007. She enjoys taking care of all pediatric patients from newborns to teenagers and has special interest in children with complex medical issues.

Dr. Hema Nandi

Dr. Hema Nandi is a board-certified pediatrician who completed her residency from Henry Ford Hospital in 2002. She has been practicing in the area since then. She has special interest in dealing with health issues of adolescent teens.

Dr. Amit Nandi

Dr. Amit Nandi is a board-certified pediatrician. Practicing in Yale since 1999. He completed his Pediatric residency from Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. He has special interest in managing children with complex health issues and genetic Diseases.

Dr. Dev Nandamudi

Dr. Dev Nandamudi popularly known as Dr. Dave completed his pediatric residency from St. John Hospital and Medical Center, Detroit, Michigan in 1997. He joined Children’s Health Care of Port Huron in 1998 and has been practicing in the area since then. He is a board-certified pediatrician and specializes in all aspects of general pediatrics. He has special interests and skills in Office based procedures such as tongue tie resection, wart removals, ingrown toenail removal among others.

Testimonials from Happy Clients

Dr. Nandi listens to all my concerns about both my children. She and Mr. Dr. Nandi have been part of my children's lives since they were born! Fantastic doctors!

- Kandice

Wonderful staff, and care. Dr. Dev has provided both our kids with excellent care.

- Lisa Lambert

Upon Arrival

Most newborn babies are discharged after birth in 24 to 48 hours from the Labor and Delivery Units. We encourage an early visit within the first 48 to 72 hours after the baby comes home. This is to look for jaundice, any excess weight loss and provide appropriate feeding counseling.

We encourage all our parents and care givers to fill all the required new patient registration forms prior to the visit. As members of the American Academy of Pediatrics we strongly advise breast feeding exclusively until 6 months of age. We follow the guidelines from the ACIP and CDC regarding the vaccine schedule that is available under our WELL CHILD section of the website.

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