• Play Everyday to Stay Active
    How does your family stay active? Do you play sports, exercise together, or play outside? Physical activity is an important part of everyone’s health. Making exercise fun is the best way to encourage an active lifestyle in children that lasts. Read more
  • How much sleep should your child get?
    A good night’s sleep starts with a healthy bedtime routine. Having a consistent nightly schedule can help bedtime be less stressful and more structured. Use the three B’s to wind down at night: Brush, Book, & Bed. Read more to learn about how many hours of sleep your child needs based on their age. Read more
  • Dressing Your Child for the Winter
    When it’s cold outside, some families prefer to stay indoors. Even in the winter, it’s important to go outside to play every day! The snow can be fun for adventures and winter activities like sledding, but how do we keep our kids warm when the temperature drops? The answer: layers! Read more
  • American Heart Month - February 2023
    Heart disease is not specific to adults, it can affect the pediatric population as well. Here at Union Mill Pediatrics, we monitor our patients by checking blood pressures, performing physical exams, and assessing risks for heart problems. Lifestyle factors, such as nutrition and exercise, play an important part in protecting your heart. Read more
  • Tobacco Use in Teens
    Teenage tobacco use remains a serious topic among health care providers. Smoking tobacco products (including vaping), or being exposed to second-hand smoke can have negative effects on your child's health. Let's review some of the dangers of smoke exposure. Read more
  • Oral Health: Brushing and Beyond
    Wondering how to best take care of your child's teeth? Join us as we review the AAP guidelines on managing your child's oral health care, starting at infancy. Read more
  • Colds and Antibiotics: when does my child need them?
    When your child is sick, we strive to provide the best care to help them feel better. Sometimes antibiotics are helpful, but often they do not treat the source of the cold. Review this helpful Healthy Children article that answers common questions about antibiotic use for children with cold symptoms. Read more

Contact Us

Our Location

13880 Braddock Road Suite 201 Centreville, VA 20121

Hours of Operation

Our phones are only open 8AM to 5PM M-F and Saturday 8:30-10. Below are the times that patients are scheduled. We close for lunch 1:00 PM to 1:30 PM.

Union Mill Pediatrics


8:00 am-7:00 pm


8:00 am-7:00 pm


8:00 am-7:00 pm


8:00 am-7:00 pm


8:00 am-6:00 pm


Call For Saturday Triage Service: 8:30-10:00