Having a baby?
Join us for Baby in Bloom, a free special event for expectant parents looking for a pediatrician. Meet staff, ask questions, learn how to care for your newborn, and get helpful advice about transitioning to parenthood.
SAVE THE DATE: April 22, 6:30-8 p.m.
Get a fabulous swag bag, win prizes, tour of our newest office on 146th Street, and personally meet all of our pediatricians.
Welcome to Northpoint Pediatrics
We are open 7 days a week. That's right. And we have two locations for your convenience. When your child is sick, we are here to help.Call today at 317-621-9000
New office in Noblesville is open
Northpoint Pediatrics merged the current Saxony and Fishers offices into a larger and high-tech location with new services.Community Health Pavilion
9669 E. 146th Street, Noblesville, IN 46060
Learn more about the services and offerings
- Parking with covered drive through
- Imaging (X-ray - CT scans)
- Rehab and Sports Medicine
- MACL Lab
- Pharmacy in building
Looking for a pediatrician?
We offer complimentary visits to get acquainted with Northpoint Pediatrics physicians. At these visits you will have the opportunity to meet with one of our physicians and ask any questions you may have.
Why Choose a Pediatrician?
Pediatricians have more training in caring for children, understand that children are not small adults, cutting edge knowledge & experience. Learn more
Protect against whooping cough
Pertussis, or whooping cough, is very contagious and can develop into serious illness. Children should get their recommended five shots. Adults should also be vaccinated to protect the young, especially newborns (grandparents too).
Latest News & UpdatesWhat's Happening at Northpoint
Dr. Scott Curnow with Noblesville Mayor Ditslear and Bryan Mills, President of Community Health Network
Your Time is ValuableOnline Forms for busy parents
Find your answer on our new phone app
Access information on symptoms, illnesses, dosage charts and emergency information from your smartphones.
Be a pioneer parent.
You can make a difference in the life of a child.
Northpoint Pediatrics actively participates in clinical research studies because the more we learn about how treatments work for children, the better we can treat childhood diseases.