Sprout Pediatrics provides individualized, creative, inclusive and evidence-based children’s healthcare. The only doctor, Dorin Kemmerle, MD, has more than 15 years of pediatric experience and a holistic, minimalist approach. She works with kids and their families to build toolboxes they can use to prevent problems and address health, educational and emotional challenges. Prioritizing prevention and wellness requires evidence, experience, continuity, time and availability. At Sprout Pediatrics you will have direct and convenient access to your pediatrician and resources to solve problems together and help your child thrive.
By appointment only
PH:503-877-4485 | Fax: 888-977-1263
Our regular office hours are:
Monday 9:00am - 3:30pm
Tuesday 9:00am - 3:30pm
Thursday 1pm - 7pm
Friday 9:00am - 3:30pm
4350 Commercial Street SE
Salem, Oregon, 97302
We're on the north side of the Phoenix Inn, between Hilfiker Lane and Landsford Drive. We're the office closest to Commercial Street; park in one of the first spots as you drive in.
Our office is designed to be welcoming to all ages of children and adolescents. The office was carefully designed to be safe, clean, warm and reassuring. Some of the same choices that make the office comfortable also help minimize the environmental impact of the practice. Green building and cleaning materials keep the office clean and healthy while minimizing indoor pollutants and the use of fossil fuels or products with potentially harmful side effects, such as bacterial resistance and triggering asthma and allergies. I use less paper by communicating and filling out forms electronically. I have washable towels, gowns and blankets instead of paper or plastic. I have carefully chosen medical supplies, procedures and equipment that can be sterilized, and in some cases eliminated, to minimize medical waste. In addition to the responsibility to be good environmental stewards for our children these measures help make the office less scary and more cost efficient. We also decrease our already small footprint by washing toys & cups, lending books & DVDs and not having a TV.