There’s nothing sweeter than bringing your little one home from the hospital and watching them blossom into an incredible kid with big dreams and a bigger personality. But the journey from cradle to college doesn’t come without a few bumps (and bruises, bellyaches, and broken bones!) along the way.
The best pediatric care is personalized to each child and built on trusting, respectful relationships between a physician and the families they serve. However, as devoted as pediatricians are to their patients, today’s insurance-based healthcare model limits the time they can dedicate to their care. Waitlists are growing longer, visits are getting shorter, and in the end, everyone leaves the appointment frustrated.
No more waiting for call-backs that never come. As a member, you can speak directly to Dr. Diaz-Ochu by text, phone, or email anytime.
Illnesses and falls don’t always fit into a traditional pediatrician’s nine-to-five schedule. When your child needs care, help is always just a call away.
On average, pediatricians spend just 15 minutes with their patients. At Bee Home, you’ll never be rushed through well-child checkups or sick visits.
A sick child should be snuggled in bed instead of curled up in a waiting room. Dr. Diaz-Ochu offers house calls so your child receives care where they’re most comfortable.
Dr. Diaz-Ochu specializes in the care of at-risk patients, including those with genetic disorders, NICU grads, and children with chronic healthcare needs.
The first three months of your baby’s life can feel overwhelming—you need someone by your side to calm your fears so you can celebrate this special time!
With Bee Home Pediatrics’ Fourth Trimester Package, you’ll receive unlimited visits and 24/7 direct access to Dr. Diaz-Ochu.
Fourth Trimester Package
Enrollment fee is waived if your family
transitions to membership
Dr. Diaz-Ochu has successfully treated newborns who have experienced in-utero opioid exposure and neonatal opioid withdrawal syndrome. She understands the road to your recovery and the care of your child should be based in compassion and free of judgment.