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.

COVID vaccine update: As of April 1, 2024, we have the updated Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children under 12 years old with private insurance.  Patients who prefer to receive the Moderna vaccine or who are older than 12 years old and need an updated COVID-19 vaccine can receive it at many local pharmacies.  We also have updated COVID-19 vaccine for children 6 months and up with Medi-Cal insurance.  Our doctors strongly recommend COVID-19 vaccines for all eligible children.

April 15, 2024 -- Check out these new and updated articles on HealthyChildren.org
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Screen Time & Temper Tantrums: Helpful Tips for Parents
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Eczema & Sports: How to Help Your Child Prevent Flare-Ups
Perfectionism: How to Help Your Child Avoid the Pitfalls
COVID and Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children
CAR T-Cell Therapy for Childhood Cancer
Young Children Learning Multiple Languages: Parent FAQs
Your Checkup Checklist: 8 Years Old
Molluscum Contagiosum in Children: Symptoms, Treatment & Prevention
Peptic Ulcers in Children & Teens
A Parent’s Guide to Teen Parties
Water Beads: Why They’re Not Safe For Young Children
What’s the best way to protect kids’ skin from sunburn?
Tobacco and Nicotine Products: Old, New & Dangerous for Kids
Laundry Room and Detergent Safety
Lead Exposure: Steps to Protect Your Family
Breastfeeding & Solid Foods: Working Together
Common ADHD Medications & Treatments for Children
Behavior Therapy for Children with ADHD
How to Help Children Navigate Social Challenges
Healthy Active Living for Families: The 5-2-1-0- Approach
Parent Webinar: Baby Massage: How Your Touch Can Soothe & Calm Your Little One
Video Series for Parents: Protecting Your Child: The Complete Guide to Childhood Immunizations
HealthyChildren.org E-Newsletter March 2024: Measles: Why It’s Back & How to Protect Your Family

Check out these articles from the Child Mind Institute:
How Do I Help My Child Through the Challenges They Face in the Teen Years? - The teenage years can be especially challenging to navigate as a parent.  Find guidance on keeping the lines of communication open during this time of transition.
How Do I Talk to My Child About Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Gender Expression? - Learn how to create a safe space for your child to feel comfortable asking questions and expressing their feelings about sexual orientation, gender identity, and expression
How and When Do I Talk to My Kids About Sex, Consent, and Safety? - When it comes to sex and consent, you can help your child build healthy relationships and guide them toward making safe decisions
How Do I Promote My Child’s Healthy Use of Technology? - Expert advice on how to find a good balance between staying connected via technology and ensuring safety in the digital world
How Can I Support My Child or Teen If They’re Being Bullied? - Bullying is serious and can have devastating effects on your child’s mental health.  Learn how to plan and engage with your community to get the bullying to stop
How and When Do I Talk to My Kids About Alcohol and Drugs? - Hear from experts and parents on how to talk to your child about substance use, and give them the tools they need to make healthy decisions
How Do I Recognize the Signs and Help My Child Struggling with Mental Health Problems? - Learn what to look for when you think your child may be struggling with their mental health.  And remember that these challenges are real, common, and treatable.
Learning Disabilities and Self-Advocacy - How to teach kids to speak up for themselves, and why it matters
How to Help Kids Talk About Learning Disabilities - Sometimes opening up about learning differently is hard, but with practice, the rewards can be huge
“My Teacher Hates Me!” - What parents can do when kids are having teacher troubles
How to Support Young Kids Who Are Struggling in School - Boosting self-esteem and frustration tolerance will help them stay positive
How To Work Well With Your Child’s Teacher - Tips for building collaboration and navigating disputes
When Should You Come Between a Teenager and Their Phone? The pros and cons of every parent’s nuclear option
How to Help Your Teen Through a Breakup - Powerful emotions plus social media make teen breakups messier than ever
Help! My Teen Stopped Talking to Me - Tips for staying in touch while letting kids separate in a healthy way

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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