We now have some of our forms available online. You can print out these forms and complete them at home before coming to our office.
We would like to include useful information on our web site for our patients, their parents, and the community in general. Also, we would like the children visiting our Web site to have a lot of fun with our For Kids section.
As parents, we encourage you to make suggestions on what you would like to see or not see on the Renton Pediatrics Web site. Tell us what information you and your children would find useful.
We also encourage you look at the For Kids section to find out what your children are seeing.
Barnes & Nob1e Bookfair
December 9th, 11:30am-2:00pm
Barnes & Noble Federal Way
31325 Pacific Highway South
Proceeds from the bookfair will go to the Renton Pediatrics Reach Out and Read program. This program provides free books to children at checkups from age 6 months to 5 years to promote early literacy and language skills. For more information or to make a donation, please ask your doctor or an RPA staff member.
You can also support the program online at bn.com/bookfairs from 12/08/17 to 12/10/17 entering Bookfair ID 12266425 at checkout.
Dr. Shorr Retirement
I came to Washington in 1974 to complete my pediatric residency training at Seattle Children’s Hospital. In 1975, after completing my training, I joined Dr. Clarence Rozgay at Southcenter Medical Clinic where I started caring for many of my current patients’ parents and a few grandparents. I love newborns and when I started practice I went to eight hospitals to see babies. I built my practice very quickly and developed many skills for taking care of sick newborns. I was the first pediatrician to bring to Valley Medical Center premature babies from the UW Medical Center for prolonged premature care until discharge. In 1983 I formed a new practice with Dr. Peyton Gaunt, Renton Pediatric Associates, adjacent to Valley Medical Center so we could be more available for sick newborns. The practice grew over the years, we added new pediatricians and we were recognized as one of the best pediatric groups in South King County. Through all my years of practice I have loved taking care of patients and I have loved teaching. Over the years I have had medical students in patient rooms with me observing. In recognition for my teaching contributions, I was promoted to Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Washington. In 2017 we have 8 pediatricians and two clinics. Dr. Gaunt retired several years ago and now after almost 43 years in practice, my time to retire has arrived. I plan to travel, read, take classes, work in the garden, take long walks with the dogs and just relax. I will greatly miss all of my patients, my colleagues, and staff as I move into this next chapter of my life.
My last day in the office will be September 27, 2017. If you are a patient and available, please come to say goodbye at my retirement party on October 1, 2017 from 2pm - 5pm in the Renton office waiting room.
No Juice Under One Year Of Age
The American Academy of Pediatrics has a new recommendation: "No juice under 1". Read more...