Mon - Fri: 8AM to 5PM
Saturday Mornings: 8:30 - Noon
SUNDAY - Temporarily no office hours
*Office closed for lunch between 12:30 & 1:30
Dr. Kevin Seymour is a lifelong Marylander, having grown up in the Baltimore suburbs. He earned his medical degree from the University of Maryland, and served his residency and a year of chief residency in Pediatrics at the University of Maryland Medical System. He started at the Westminster site in 1996. He is board certified in Pediatrics.
He lives with his wife, has 2 almost adult children, and a dog who needs to return to obedience school. When not in the office, you can find him cooking, roasting coffee, playing ukulele or bass guitar; although more often than not he’ll be in the yard doing work.
New Pediatric Patients
Existing Pediatric Patients
- Financial Policy
- Record Release to another physician
- Parent Authorization to Treat A Minor
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. Remember that they often require the physical and form within a certain time period before the activity. Make sure you follow these requirements and make the physical appointment accordingly.
We follow the American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations for immunizations. Some vaccinations get moved around based on flu vaccine administration as well as temporary national shortages of a vaccine.
Our pediatricians perform yearly physicals and college entry physicals with the necessary vaccinations to ensure the best for your teen’s health.
A Pediatrician is always on call 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. Saturday office hours are available for sick visits. Please call at 8:30am for an appointment.
Sick visits may only be scheduled the same day of the visit. Chronic diseases follow up and medication management appointments may be made in advance.
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 2-3 days of discharge
- 2-4 weeks of age
- 2 months
- 4 months
- 6 months
- 9 months
- 12 months
- 15 months
- 18 months
- 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.