About Us

Wall Street Pediatrics is located at 1900 W. Wall Street. Suite A is Dr. Remsburg's office and Suite C is Dr. Mazumder's office. It is the mission of Wall Street Pediatrics to provide a pediatric home for the children and families in our practice. We are dedicated to providing comprehensive and compassionate healthcare.

Our pediatricians deal with medical care of infants, children, and adolescents. The age limit of such patients ranges from birth to 18.

Policies and Procedures


All office visits are by appointment only. We have extended office hours on Wednesday’s for your convenience.

When scheduling your appointment, please let us know the reason for the visit so that we can allow the appropriate amount of time for your child. We value your time and attempt to keep to our schedule but hospital responsibilities, emergencies, and phone calls can derail us. We will attempt to notify you if we are running late. If your schedule will not allow you to wait, we will offer you an appointment with one of our other pediatricians or reschedule. In return, we would appreciate the courtesy of your calling to cancel if you cannot keep an appointment or if you will not arrive on time. We ask that you arrive at the office 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment.

Please keep us informed of changes in your address, health insurance, or home or work telephone numbers.

Telephone Calls

Routine questions, appointments, billing information, requests for referrals, and prescription renewals are all handled during regular office hours. Please understand that patient care and emergencies take priority over non-urgent phone calls, but we will return your phone call as soon as possible. If you are calling from work, please give us your home number as well. If a mother is calling and goes by a surname at work different from that of the child, please let us know. What would also be helpful is having available the information necessary to appropriately deal with your need, e.g. the pharmacy phone number.

After-hours calls are made to the same office number but are handled by answering service. When possible, please call us prior to taking your child to an emergency room or urgent care center. We can then assess whether your child's problem could be better handled in our office.