Coast Pediatrics Del Mar hosts Open House

Dr. Munish Bhatra, Pooja Bhatra, Dr. Lori Taylor

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Coast Pediatrics Del Mar held a professional Open House Nov. 9 to introduce its new pediatric practice to its professional colleagues from the area. Coast Pediatrics is led by three local pediatricians, Lori Taylor MD, Shakha Gillin MD, and Robert Warner MD, who have been practicing in this community for a combined 30-plus years. “At Coast Pediatrics Del Mar, we are committed to keeping our volume down and our quality up. Our practice style allows us to remain small so that we can form long-term relationships with families and really get to know your child.”

For more information, visit www.coastpediatrics.com.  Coast Pediatrics Del Mar, is located at 12845 Pointe Del Mar Way #200, Del Mar, CA 92104; (858) 794-7337. Courtesy photos

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