Wyckoff Pediatrics - Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine

 



219 Everett Ave.

Wyckoff, NJ 07481

Tel: 201-891-4777

Fax: 201-891-3823

 


Office Hours

Monday - 8:30am - 7:00 pm
Tuesday-Friday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday - Emergency Visits only
Sunday - Emergency only


Dr. Mondana S. Yazdi M.D., F.A.A.P.

Dr. Yazdi is a Board Certified Pediatrician and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She graduated with a degree in Chemistry from East Tennessee State University. She then received her MD at the young age of 23 with highest honors from East Tennessee State College of Medicine. Dr. Yazdi received her Pediatric training with one year of neonatal research at the University of Louisville Kosair Childrens Hospital.

Dr. Yazdi first took employment for three years at Valley Hospital as a house Pediatrician. In 1997 she joined a large group practice with offices in Fairlawn, Mahwah and Pompton Plains, New Jersey. Disappointed with being in a big practice and not building rapport with families, she left in January 2004 to start her own practice in Wyckoff. Dr. Yazdi enjoys practicing medicine in an environment where she knows all of her patients and their families. 
 
Dr. Yazdi has received NJ Top Doc, Most Compassionate Doctor and Patient's Choice award consecutively since 2008.  She remains in NJ Top Pediatricians in New Jersey magazine. Her husband is an IT Director at Toys R Us in Wayne. They have a daughter and a son and live in Franklin Lakes. 


Dr. Theresa Torres, M.D., F.A.A.P.

Theresa Torres, M.D. F.A.A.P., joined Dr. Yazdi in 2010, after practicing in Pompton Plains NJ for 10 years.  Her husband, David Koningsberg M.D. is a orthopedic surgeon with offices in Midland Park and Hackensack.  Dr.  Torres attended Rutgers University and the UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, where she completed her pediatric residency.  Dr. Torres and her husband reside in Wyckoff with their twin sons.



Dr. Dolores Buli, M.D., F.A.A.P.

Dolores Buli is a Board Certified Pediatrician and Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.  She grew up in Roselle Park, New Jersey and graduated from UMDNJ – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in 1998.  She worked as a hospitalist at St. Barnabas in Livingston for one year then she worked in pediatric group practice with Drs. Yazdi and Torres for six years.  Dr. Buli has enjoyed working in a smaller and more intimate practice since 2005 and joined Wyckoff Pediatrics in 2016.  Dr. Buli has a son and a daughter and lives in Montville, New Jersey.



Testimonials

We are fairly new to the area and were lucky enough to have found Dr. Yazdi and Dr. Torres for our children. We had the pleasure of meeting with both of them on separate occasions and have found that they are very compassionate, caring, understanding physicians. We have since moved, but we will definately keep Dr. Yazdi and Dr. Torres as our pediatricians!
Cynthia - 2017

       
We switched Pediatricians September 2010. Since our transition, Dr. Yazdi has seen my daughter several times. She has been very professional, helpful, kind and knowledgeable with our daughters illnesses. If you call the office, the staff is always so helpful and the nurses are wonderful. Also, Dr. Yazdi always calls you back if you need to speak, she is a sweet heart! The office staff is remarkable and environment is very clean. Its important to keep an office clean when you have sick kids coming in and out, they do a great job! Our daughter gets hugs from Dr. Yazdi, and this puts a smile on our face.  We feel very comfortable with our decision in picking Mondana Yazdi M.D. Wyckoff Pediatrics .
Renee A. - 2017

We have been with Dr. Yazdi since 2004. She is truly remarkable at what she does and has such a wonderful way with our children.  These doctors are personable, caring, and professional.  The office staff is organized and efficient.  What a special office!
A. Stone - 2016

The best pediatrician on planet. She is so helpful and knowledgeable! The staff is friendly, the doctor is always on time. The staff always can fit us in at the last minute. Great great doctor.
2016



Recent Announcements

  • Nor'Easter March 7, 2018 We have closed for the day.  If you have need for a doctor, call our office and service will take a message.  If you have a true emergency, go to the Valley Hospital ER or call 911.  Please stay safe and warm today.
    Posted Mar 7, 2018, 9:45 AM by Wyckoff Peds
  • Nor'Easter #2 NEITHER SNOW NOR NOR’EASTER WILL KEEP US FROM OPENING FOR OUR PATIENTS!!We plan to brave the weather and open early to see our sick and emergent patients on Wednesday morning!   Please call the office as soon as possible if you need to come in! If conditions are seriously dangerous we will update this post in the morning!! Stay safe, warm and dry!!!
    Posted Mar 6, 2018, 3:38 PM by Wyckoff Peds
  • Pertussis at Local High School We have been made aware that there is a diagnosed case of pertussis (whooping cough) at Indian Hills High School. At this point the individual who was diagnosed will be out of the school building until she/he is cleared by a physician. Pertussis is a highly contagious disease that is spread through the air by a cough or a sneeze. Pertussis begins with cold symptoms and a cough, which become much worse over 1-2 weeks. Symptoms usually include a long series of coughing fits followed by a whooping noise. However, older children, adults, and very young infants may not develop the whooping noise. There is generally only a slight fever. People with pertussis may have a series of ...
    Posted Jan 16, 2018, 7:17 AM by Wyckoff Peds
  • Flu Season 2017-2018 If you haven't gotten your flu shot for this season, please call the office as soon as possible so that we can schedule the appointment.  Flu season peaks in January and February but it is best to be protected now!
    Posted Nov 17, 2017, 9:57 AM by Wyckoff Peds
  • Heat Wave July 2017 When the temperature rises, unfortunately, so too does the risk for developing dehydration. As the weather gets hotter it causes your body temperature to rise, and to cool yourself, you sweat more. This loss of fluid through sweat, which happens faster if you haven’t had a chance to acclimate, can cause dehydration. Dehydration is dangerous; please click here for some helpful tips on how to avoid it.
    Posted Jul 20, 2017, 11:44 AM by Wyckoff Peds
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