Accepting new patients
  • 8650 Alameda Blvd. NE, Suite 101-E, Albuquerque, NM 87122
  • Call Us   505-255-1866
  • Fax Us  505-255-1852
  • New hours starting September 1st: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 8 am to 6 pm Wednesday & Friday 8 am to 5 pm
    Saturday 9 am to 5 pm (We are closed for lunch between 12:30 to 1:30)

Due to Covid-19 pandemic, we require everyone 2 year and older wear a mask. At this moment, we are limiting one parent/guardian per child and no siblings allowed to come to the visit. Please call from the parking lot before entering the office.

It is essential that you keep up with your child's well check and immunization during Covid-19 pandemic. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

What Should I Ask My Albuquerque Pediatric Doctor?

Choosing the right pediatrician is an important decision. Whether you are moving to the Albuquerque area, looking for a new pediatrician, or are going to be a mother soon, High Desert Pediatrics provides a high level of pediatric care personalized to meet your needs.

Below is a list of questions for pediatricians that can help you find a doctor that is dependable, accessible, and committed to high quality pediatric care in Albuquerque, NM.

Q: If I’m worried about my child’s health, will I be able to speak with a doctor?

A: During office hours, our pediatric nurse is available to assess your concerns and provide medical advice. If it is after hours, you can call 505-857-3919 and Dr. Suga will call you back as soon as possible.

Looking for an Albuquerque pediatrician?
Call High Desert Pediatrics at 505-255-1866 or click here to send us an email with your questions!

Choosing A PediatricianQ: I’m a mom-to-be. How often do you want to see the baby in the first year?

A: A standard newborn baby wellness check should be performed 1-3 days after discharge from the hospital. After that, we want to see the baby at the following intervals:

  • 2 weeks old
  • 2 months
  • 4 months
  • 6 months
  • 9 months
  • 12 months
  • 15 months
  • 18 months
  • 24 months

After 24 months, our pediatricians recommend annual well child visits unless your child requires special attention.

Q: Do you treat more than illnesses and injuries?

A: Yes. High Desert Pediatrics provides safety advice, feeding help, nutritional advice, behavioral assessments, and preventative medicine to help your family stay healthy.

Q: I’m a new patient. Will you see my sick child right away?

A: For new patients we will try to see them as soon as possible but depending on the reason for the visit it may not be same day. If they are already established patients with us it’s easier to get same day appointments.

Q: Will I always see a pediatrician?

A: Yes. At High Desert Pediatrics, there is a pediatrician in the office at all times and your child will always receive care from a doctor.

Q: Do you perform circumcisions?

A: Yes. High Desert Pediatrics performs circumcisions at our pediatric offices.

Q: Do you offer after-hours care?

A: We do not offer after hours care, but our doctors are available to answer your questions and give you medical advice at any hour. We are also open on Saturdays.

Q: How often do you recommend child wellness visits?

A: To ensure your child’s growth and development is on track, we will recommend more frequent wellness checks in the first two years of life. After that, our doctors may recommend annual wellness checks, depending on your child’s needs.

If you have more questions for pediatricians at our Albuquerque pediatric care clinic, please visit our frequently asked questions page or contact us today.