6692 Middle Road
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Phone: (315) 483-3214
|Monday - Friday
(Sodus Pediatrics Office)
|8:30 am - 4:30 pm
|Monday - Thursday
(Newark Pediatrics Office)
|4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
(Newark Pediatrics Office)
|9:00 am - 12:00 Noon
Evening and Saturday hours are available for urgent medical concerns in our Newark office by calling (315) 359-2660. If that office is closed, please call our after-hours answering service at (866) 856-8956 and your medical concern will be assessed by a nurse in conjunction with the physician on call.
To schedule an appointment, call us at (315) 483-3214.
Our patients can also be seen at our Newark Pediatrics office at the days / times listed above. Call (315) 359-2660 to schedule an appointment.
Emergency care is available at Newark-Wayne Community Hospital by calling (315) 332-2022.
Sodus Pediatrics offers general pediatric care and well child care and immunizations, diagnosis management of urgent illness, and chronic problems. Physicians at the practice have special interests in behavior and school problems, asthma, and infectious disease.
The physicians belong to the 10-member pediatric section of Wayne Medical Group, sharing coverage for after hours and emergency care at Newark-Wayne Community Hospital. The group also is affiliated with Rochester General Hospital.
- Same-day appointments (call when office opens at 8:30 am)
- Regular check-ups to monitor growth and development
- Well visits at 1 & 2 weeks, and 2, 4, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18 & 24 months
- Yearly exams after 2 years of age
- Specialized care in behavior and school problems, asthma, and infectious diseases
- Laboratory services on site
- Radiology services on site
- Shared coverage with Wayne Medical Group for after-hours and emergency care
- Free parking in front of building
We accept most insurance plans. Fees are on a sliding scale based on financial need.
Michael Jordan, MD
“One of the rewards of my profession is having college students return to me for advice and guidance, patients who I have followed since their birth.”
Dr. Jordan’s exposure in medical school to influential neonatologists and pediatricians, including a one-year working relationship with well-known Iranian-American chief of pediatrics Mohsen Ziai, led him to the care of children.
Board certified in pediatrics, Dr. Jordan graduated cum laude from Northern Michigan University and earned his medical degree from the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. He completed his pediatrics internship and residency at the University of Rochester, where he also served as pediatric chief resident. He serves as Medical Director for the Rochester General Medical Group Child Health Division, and is Chairman of the Quality and Health Information Committee. Dr. Jordan has worked in child abuse and neglect since the ‘90s.
He coaches baseball, watches his children play hockey and soccer, and describes his ideal day as climbing a high peak in the Adirondacks or canoeing in the wilderness.
Beth Orlowski, DO
“I am still a kid at heart...I love to see the children’s smiles and innocent faces.”
Before going to medical school, Dr. Orlowski was a nurse’s aid at a children’s hospital. The young patients made her smile every day, and were Dr. Orlowski’s inspiration for becoming a pediatrician.
Board certified in pediatrics, Dr. Orlowski earned her medical degree from the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in Des Moines, Iowa, and completed her residency at Children’s Hospital of Buffalo – where she’d worked years before.
Outside the office, she enjoys photography, outdoor activities, and spending time with family and friends.