Welcome to Mt. Airy Pediatrics, P.C.

We are an independent pediatric practice located in Mt. Airy, Pennsylvania.  For over 35 years, we have been privileged to provide excellent, compassionate and evidence-based medical care to families that come to us from all over Philadelphia and its outlying suburbs.  From prenatal visits and preventive care, to treatments of acute illnesses and the ongoing treatment of chronic conditions, at Mt. Airy Pediatrics, P.C. we strive to offer comprehensive medical treatment for children, adolescents and young adults.

We are pediatricians, nurse practitioners, and staff dedicated to working together with children and families in both the city and the suburbs. We welcome persons from diverse backgrounds and do our best to provide state of the art, culturally appropriate services for them. Our physicians are certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and are fellows of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Our Nurse Practitioners hold their national certification through the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board.

We dedicate ourselves to meeting the individual needs of every child and every family, to learning what makes each child special and what each family values, and to growing along with you as a trusted part of your family’s health and happiness.

Mt. Airy Pediatrics, PC uses the Patient Centered Medical Home model of care.  Patient Centered is a way of saying the patient is the most important person in the health care system.  Please visit the "Services" page for more information about how our team works together to provide high quality health care to your child.

It is that dedication to caring holistically for our patients and their families that makes us unique, special, and so valuable for you and your family.

Please take a few moments to read through and explore our website to get a better feel for our practice's capabilities and services.

We hope you will find our site easy to navigate, informative, and helpful in keeping your family healthy. This website aims to gives you easy access to helpful information that you may be looking for as a potential or current patient:

- Meet our Physicians, Registered Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and Staff

- Additional information about our practice, such as services and procedures we perform, our insurance contracts, and our financial policy

- Information about Immunizations and the recommended schedule for your child's visits

- Register and connect to our Patient Portal to communicate with us about medical questions, request appointments, access your child's medical records

- Patient Handouts and forms (new patient forms, record release form, safety sheeets, dentist referrals)

- Make online payments

- Find Maps and Directions to our office

If you have any additional questions that can not be answered here or if you would like to schedule your child's first visit to our office, feel free to contact us by phone or send us a portal message today.

Our friendly and highly knowledgeable staff is available to support and assist you in any way we can. Thank you for your interest in Mt. Airy Pediatrics P.C.

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Our Providers

  • Marcie E. Macolino
    MD, FAAP

    Dr. Macolino joined Mt. Airy Pediatrics at the end of her training as a resident at St. Christopher's Hospital for Children in 1996, where she also completed her internship. During her training she also did volunteer work for Habitat for Humanity, where she met her future husband. She traveled to Belize as part of a medical internship program in Central America. In 2008, she traveled with Mercy Ships to provide medical care for people in Honduras for 10 days. 

  • Susan W. Nordlof
    MSN, CRNP

    Susan has lived in the neighborhood since August 2001, when she came on board as Mt. Airy Pediatrics' first pediatric nurse practitioner. She has also enjoyed teaching PNP students at the University of Pennsylvania as a clinical faculty member and preceptor during her time here. In earlier stages of her professional life, Susan practiced as a PNP in Lancaster, PA, assisted in various children's-health-related projects in West Philadelphia while a nursing student, and served as a home visitor and drop-in group coordinator for adolescent mothers in Chicago. 

  • Victoria N, Hudson
    CPNP-PC

    Victoria Hudson is a graduate of Penn State Univ (BSN) and Thomas Jefferson University (MSN). Prior to joining Mt Airy Pediatrics, she worked as a registered nurse in the Emergency Room at St Christopher’s Hospital for Children. She has a special interest in educating families who are new to parenthood, and teen care. Victoria lives in Elkins Park and in her spare time enjoys family outings, trying new restaurants and exploring events in the city.

Newsletters

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    As a parent, you can learn to be more confident and consistent in your interactions with your child. This can help your child with a personal understanding of—and strategies for managing—his or her behaviors, at home and beyond. Here are some evidence-based parent training programs that have been ...

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  • ASDs Family Handout—Sibling Issues

    Siblings might ask about autism if they’ve heard you use the term, but they’re more likely to ask about what their brother or sister is doing (ie, behaviors). There is no “perfect time” for these conversations, but starting early and revising your description for age appropriateness can be very ...

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  • ASDs Family Handout—Wandering Off (Elopement)

    Research shows that about 1 in 3 young children with ASD has tried to wander off. This behavior may continue to happen in older children and even teenagers and adults with ASD. This is concerning since many people with ASD may not be able to share their names, addresses, or phone numbers if they get ...

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  • Bedwetting

    Did you know that there are about 5 million children in the United States who wet the bed? If your child wets the bed, he or she is not alone. ...

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  • ASDs Family Handout—Seizures and Epilepsy

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