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Nia Phillips, PA-C

Specialty: Pediatrics, Urgent Care

Accepting New Patients

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Alice Hyde Pediatrics

(518) 481-2600
24 Fourth Street
Suite 2
Malone, NY 12953

Alice Hyde Walk-In Clinic

(518) 481-2800
134 Park Street
Malone, NY 12953


Medical School
Rutgers University Physician Assistant Program (2014-2017) Master of Science, Physician Assistant

Expertise, Procedures & Treatments

Areas of Expertise
Inpatient and outpatient pediatric and neonatal care; pediatric/adolescent women's health; transition-of-care for pediatric patients
Child well visits; newborn care; routine care for female pediatric patients

Conditions & Research

Pediatric mental health services (depression, anxiety)
Research Interests
Publication: "The Role of Doula Support in Improving Postpartum Depression Outcomes," Physician Assistant, May 2015

Appointments & Awards

Member, American Academy of Physician Assistants; Member, New Jersey State Society of Physician Assistants
Board Certified, NCCPA; BLS certification; Advanced Cardiac Life Support certification; AIDS/HIV Education and Training certification


“As a pediatric and urgent care provider, I’ve served a really broad patient population – from providing mental health services and routine women’s health care to adolescents, to well-child visits, newborn care and neonatal care both at home and in the hospital. Joining Alice Hyde, I want patients to know that I’m a listen-first provider whose goal is to be your family’s partner in care. The thing I love most about pediatrics is the opportunity to care for all aspects of a young person’s growth. Helping parents and their children navigate important health care decisions and ensuring patients get the individual care they deserve are what motivate me each day.”