Naomi Sato, M.D. and Robyn Kimura, M.D., Pediatrics

900 Florin Road, Suite B
Sacramento, California 95831
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(916) 421-8245

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Welcome

Welcome to the website for Dr. Naomi Sato and Dr. Robyn Kimura’s pediatric office!  We look forward to helping you keep your child healthy.  Dr. Sato and Dr. Kimura are board-certified pediatricians who care for children from birth to 18 years of age.  Our office is located in the beautiful Greenhaven-Pocket community of Sacramento, California.

This website provides information to our new and existing patients and includes everything from basic office information (hours, location, insurances accepted, financial and billing policies, etc.) to links for forms you can fill out in advance of your child’s visit, the well check and vaccine schedule we follow, helpful links to other websites, Tylenol and ibuprofen dosing charts, and most importantly, a link to the Patient Portal.  Our Patient Portal allows you to securely access much of your child’s medical information electronically via the internet, plus request well check appointments and securely message our office.  For more information on what you can do and how to access the Patient Portal, start by visiting the Patient Portal page.  If you already know how to access the Portal, click here to go directly to the Patient Portal. Thanks for visiting! We hope you will find the website useful and easy to use.  If you have any suggestions or comments on things we can add or how we can improve the site, please give us a call or let us know at your next office visit!

Announcements

Check out our updated and improved Patient Portal (active as of June 2023)! You will need to create a new portal account to access your child’s health information.  Please call our office at 916-421-8245 or stop by the office to obtain a PIN to activate your account. Your identity will be verified prior to receiving a PIN.

June 17, 2024 -- Check out these new and updated articles on HealthyChildren.org
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Playing Outside: Why It’s Important for Kids
Beach Safety for Families: Safe Fun in the Sun, Sand & Sea
5 Reasons to Enroll Your Children in Swim Lessons
When Your Child Needs to Take Medication at School
Benefits of Family Meals: Eat Together, Thrive Together
Serious Illnesses and Breastfeeding
What Parents Need to Know about Button Batteries and Lithium Coin Batteries
Inherited High Cholesterol in Children: What Families Need to Know
Raw Milk: What Parents Need to Know
What is an Asthma Action Plan (and why is it important to have one)?
Straightening Textured Hair: Considerations for Children & Teens
Healthy Children Podcast Episode 2: Sleep: Teaching Good Habits
Healthy Children Podcast Episode 3: Helping Kids Navigate Social Media
Healthy Children Podcast Episode 4:  Preventing Lead Exposure in Kids
Bird Flu (Avian Influenza): Facts for Families
Meningococal Disease in Preteens, Teens & Young Adults
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Infections: What Parents Need to Know
Mastitis: What Breastfeeding Parents Need to Know
Breastfeeding for People with HIV: AAP Policy Explained
5 Safe Sleep Tips for Sleep-Deprived Parents
HealthyChildren.org E-Newsletter May 2024: Kids & Screens: How to Use the 5 C’s of Media Use Guidance

Check out these articles from the Child Mind Institute:
Tips for Traveling With Challenging Children - How to minimize stress and maximize fun for everyone
Summer Activities for Kids With Learning Disorders - How to keep kids active and engaged
How to Keep Kids Reading This Summer - Tips for avoiding the ‘summer slide’
13 Tips for Helping Anxious Kids Enjoy Summer Camp - How to clear the fear to make way for a formative experience
Summer Success Kit for Kids With ADHD - School’s out, but children still need structure and support to thrive during the break
Disruptive Behavior: Why It’s Often MIsdiagnosed - Tantrums and defiance may mask issues that aren’t apparent to teachers and parents
Not All Attention Problems are ADHD - It’s a common assumption, but there are other causes that are easily overlooked
Tips for Recognizing Learning Disorders in the Classroom - Characteristics of learning disabilities that can hide in plain sight
Mental Health Challenges of LGBTQ+ Kids - A look at risk factors and protective factors
How to Support LGBTQ+ Children - When kids are coming out, what do they need from parents?
Transgender Kids and Gender Dysphoria - Supporting mental health in children with gender issues
Helping Children Deal with Grief
Ask an Expert: Should Children Attend Funerals?
Generalized Anxiety Disorder in Kids - When near-constant worry affects your child’s well-being
What Is Separation Anxiety? Extreme worries about something happening to parents when you’re apart
Kids Who Worry They’re Sick When They’re Not - Illness anxiety disorder and somatic symptom disorder in children
What Is Social Anxiety? When fear of how you appear gets in the way of functioning
adolescence
How do I talk to my child about sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression? (video)

If you or your child have respiratory symptoms or COVID-19
Patients 2 years and older and accompanying individuals with cough, runny or stuffy nose, sneezing, or sore throat will be asked to wear a mask while in the office.  If you need a mask but don’t have one, we’ll provide a disposable mask for you to wear.  We thank you for cooperating and wearing a face mask inside our office when requested to do so.

For the latest information on COVID-19 including recommendations for testing, managing exposure to COVID-19, and how long to quarantine, please visit the CDC website (cdc.gov) or call our office. Tips: If you get sick, stay home. If you develop symptoms of COVID-19, get tested.  To protect yourself and your family from serious illness (including hospitalization or death) from respiratory viruses, get vaccinated!

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Office Hours

Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays:  9:00AM to 12:00 noon; 2:00PM to 5:00PM
Tuesdays: 9:00AM to 12:00 noon (we are closed on Tuesday afternoons)

We are closed on weekends (Saturday and Sunday) and most major holidays.  If our office is closed, your child is ill and you  need advice that cannot wait until regular office hours, please follow the After Hours instructions for contacting the on-call doctor.

Our Address and Phone

Naomi Sato, M.D., and Robyn L. Kimura, M.D.
Pediatrics
900 Florin Road, Suite B
Sacramento, CA 95831
(916) 421-8245

We are located in the Greenhaven-Pocket neighborhood in south Sacramento, off Interstate 5, Florin Road West exit.


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