BEL AIR - NORTH PARK OFFICE
Practice Manager - Jennifer Cokewell
*Please Note: We are now doing telemedicine visits for most illnesses, including the Coronavirus, as well as medication follow ups.
*We are accepting New Patients up to age 22. We accept a broad range of insurances, including Medicaid.
We are changing a few things to ensure that the patients, staff and providers stay safe and healthy. All well visits will be scheduled for the morning only, sick visits will be scheduled for the afternoon and evening, and telemedicine visits can be scheduled throughout the day. Our goal is to keep our waiting room empty during sick time, therefore, you may be asked to wait in your car until we have an available room. All calls concerning signs, symptoms and treatment of COVID19 will be handled by a telemedicine appointment with one of our providers. If your child is scheduled for a well visit and is now sick, please call the office before coming for the appointment. Please limit the amount of people accompanying your child to the office.
We truly appreciate everyone's cooperation as we work diligently to provide the safest environment for your family and our staff.
PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO EXPLORE AND FEEL FREE TO CALL US AT (410) 638-0239 TO SET UP AN APPOINTMENT.
Dr. Cox earned her medical degree from the University of Maryland. She completed her pediatric internship and pediatric residency at the Children’s Hospital at the Pennsylvania State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center.
Annette Mannion, CPNP, IBCLC earned her masters in Advance Practice Nursing in Pediatric Primary Care from The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing in 2003. She received her Bachelors in Nursing from The Johns Hopkins...
Dr. Powell earned her medical degree from Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine in 2012. She completed her pediatric residency at the Children's Hospital of Georgia at Augusta University...
Dr. Amanda Malinou is a native of Bel Air and is very excited to be returning to the area. She earned her medical degree from the Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine in 2015. She went on to complete her pediatric residency at the University of Rochester Golisano Children’s Hospital in 2018.She is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the medical honor society Alpha Omega Alpha. Dr. Malinou enjoys all aspects of pediatrics but is particularly interested in developmental pediatrics. Dr. Malinou enjoys spending time with her husband, reading, yoga, and baking.
New Pediatric Patients
Prior to your first visit at Pediatric Partners, please click on the link below, print and complete the following forms contained in:
- Beneficiary Agreement
- Well Visits & Sick Visits Defined
- Notice of Privacy Practices
- Patient's HIPPA Acknowledgment (bring to your first visit)
- Office Policies
Existing Pediatric Patients
- Financial Policy
- ADD - Home Evaluation Form
- Vanderbilt Assessment Parent
- Vanderbilt Follow Up Parent
- Vanderbilt Assessment Teacher
- Vanderbilt Follow Up Teacher
- ADD Assessment 18 yrs +
- Record Release to another Physician
- Record Release to Pediatric Partners
- Parent Authorization To Treat A Minor
- HIPAA Release & Consent Agreement 18 YRS +
Before your baby arrives:
To help you choose your baby’s pediatrician, Pediatric Partners offers “meet the doctor” visits. We want you to feel comfortable with your baby’s doctor and there is no charge for theses visits.
Our providers see newborns at these hospitals:
Upper Chesapeake Medical Center
After your Baby Arrives:
One of our pediatricians will come to the hospital to examine your baby within 24 hours after birth. After your baby is discharged from the hospital, we will want to see you and your newborn in the office. Please call to schedule an appointment as soon as possible.
Be sure to inform your insurance company that your newborn has arrived!
Seeing children and parents at regular intervals is important in maintaining your child’s health. Evaluating growth and development, discussing safety, nutrition, behavior and answering age related questions are the functions of well child/adolescent visits. We encourage the following schedule of visits; (the ages mentioned are approximate):
- Hospital Newborn Exam
- Within 1-2 weeks of age
- 2 months
- 4 months
- 6 months
- 9 months
- 12 months
- 15 months
- 18 months
- 2 years
- Yearly visits ages 2-6 years
- After age 6, yearly or alternate years.
During some of these visits, immunizations will be given and routine laboratory tests may be done.
Vision and hearing tests are also given regularly. We encourage advance scheduling of well childcare. For infants, please schedule your next check up at the end of your visit. Otherwise, we suggest you call 6-8 weeks ahead of the time you wish to be seen.
You never know when your child may become sick. Because of this we schedule same day sick appointments. Just call the office and we will arrange for your child to be seen that day.
There is always a doctor or nurse practioner from this office on call when our office is closed. If you need to speak with the on call doctor, please call the office and listen to the entire message. You will then obtain the phone number or pager number for the on call doctor. This message changes daily. There is a $15.00 charge for after hour calls.
We continue to see adolescents through college to ensure the best in teen health.
All of our providers follow and recommend standard immunization schedule set by the AAP.
If your child is going to need a physical for school, sports, or camp, please call us 6-8 weeks in advance to schedule an appointment. Please bring all necessary forms with you to the visit. In addition, please complete your portion of the form prior to the visit.