Recent Posts by Alison Johnson

Spotlight on Deandre King

  This month's spotlight is on Deandre King.  Deandre is the father of a beautiful baby boy and he is part of an organization called, Limb Possible. Limb Possible is an organization of athlete amputees who come together to inspire, develop, and bring awareness to communities.  Whether caused by trauma, disease, or birth defects, these amputees are united in their mission which…
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Spotlight on Lily Detour

This month's patient spotlight is on, Lily Detour. Lily is 8 years old and in the second grade.  She teaches a class on loom knitting at Southold Library.  She started teaching knitting at 5 years old when her big sister Emma, 13, taught her how to knit.  Lily started out by teaching finger knitting and…
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Spotlight on Dr. Fell

Dr. Brad Fell grew up in Brooklyn, NY. He graduated from The Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education in 1990 and then graduated from the SUNY Health Science Center in Syracuse. Dr. Fell completed his Internship and Residency at Steven and Alexandra Cohen Children's Medical Center (formerly Schneider Children's Hospital), where he also served as…
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Spotlight on Dr. Sonya Palathumpat

Dr. Palathumpat is a board certified pediatrician with a specialty in sports medicine. She is a graduate of St. George's University and completed her pediatrics residency at University of Nevada School of Medicine. Dr. Palathumpat completed her Pediatric Sports Medicine fellowship at Cincinnati Children's Hospital. In addition to diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal injuries, she has…
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Comings and Goings at Peconic Pediatrics

We are so pleased to welcome Dr. Thomas Mercier to Peconic Pediatrics in Southold as he spends his last summer with us before retirement.  He has big shoes to fill but we will do our best to care for his families after he transitions to full retirement. A bittersweet farewell to Dawn Dawson as she…
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