Pediatrics in St. Petersburg, Florida

Welcome to Northeast Pediatrics

  Attention to all current and future Northeast Pediatrics Patients: We had heard from several parents that we will be charging a yearly fee for our patients. This is a rumor and we are NOT doing that.        On a second note, please bear with us as we have moved into a new office and are trying to get the flow moving more smoothly.        Please call if you have any further questions or concerns.

Meet Our Staff
Bhumi Upadhyay, M.D.

Martha Cordoba, M.D.
Kimberly Mularoni, M.D.


Who We Are
We are an all physician office. Our office mission is to provide personal pediatric care to families of our community. We provide care from birth to 21 years, offering well visits and same-day sick visits.






     Parent Education

At Northeast Pediatrics, we care about your concerns. We hope the information in this section helps to answer common questions regarding your child and his/her health.

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             Web Casts with Dr. Upadhyay 
  • Topics are meant to help parents with the common questions.
  • Learning about care for your child helps us provide the best care.
  • Stay Informed and up to date with the latest news and treatments in pediatrics
  • Coming Soon
     

Insurances Accepted

  • Aetna
  • AvMed           
  • Beechstreet               
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
        (PPO, Blue Options, & 
        Health Options)
  • Cigna
  • Evolutions
  • First Health
  • GHI               
  • Great-West
  • Humana
  • Multiplan
  • PHCS
  • Tricare
  • United Healthcare
Contact Us

Phone: (727) 526-7337

Fax: (727) 528-7337


For Billing questions please call

855-483-6873


Hours of Operation

Mon-Fri: 8-5 pm

Sat: Selected Saturdays".. from 8am-11am, SICK VISITS ONLY.

Sun: Closed



Families on the Go Archives
Browse the archives of articles written by Dr. Bhumi about various pediatric topics.

March/April 2011
Summer Sun & Safety

March/April 2010
Kids and Environmental Safety

September/October 2008
It's Flu Season


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