5/19/2022:  

Berkeley Peds is excited to start scheduling our COVID-19 vaccine booster clinics for children aged 5 to 11years BY MYCHART APPOINTMENT REQUEST ONLY. 

Please request an appointment in MyChart under the correct child's name. > Go to Menu > Select Schedule An Appointment > Select "All Other Scheduling Requests" > Enter dates info/time-refer to dates below > Enter your comment and submit request 

We are administering the booster vaccines on the following dates: Wed 5/25, Thu 5/26, Fri 5/27 and Wed 6/1, Thu 6/2, Fri 6/3 and Saturday 6/4 until 12pm. 

Please note that no other vaccines will be given during these clinics AND at least 5 months will need to have passed since your child's second dose.  Please do not call the office to request appointments.  



Welcome to Our Practice

We believe in excellent communication, close physician-family relationships, and up-to-date medical practice

Berkeley Pediatrics is committed to providing community-based pediatric health care focused on enhancing the overall health and well-being of children and their families, through the tenets of excellent communication, close physician and family relationships, and up-to-date medical practice.

Berkeley Pediatrics believes in timely immunizations, please view our Immunization Policy (PDF).

Before your child’s 9- and 15-month well-child visits, please complete the Ages and Stages Developmental Questionnaire.

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Meet Your Providers

  • Annemary Franks, MD

    Annemary Franks joined Berkeley Pediatrics in 1993. She was born and raised in nearby Santa Cruz. She received her B.A. from Santa Clara University and then an M.D. from Creighton University Medical School in Omaha.

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  • Olivia Lang, MD

    Olivia Lang joined Berkeley Pediatrics in the summer of 1999. She completed her undergraduate education in Human Biology at Stanford University.

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  • Lisa S. Kalar, MD

    Dr. Lisa Kalar is an East Bay Native, and completed her medical degree and pediatric residency at UC San Francisco. Prior to becoming a physician, Lisa was Peace Corps volunteer in Mali, Wast Africa, where she worked in maternal and child health care (and met her husband, a fellow volunteer).

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  • Katrina E. L. Michel, M.D.

    Katrina Michel is an East Bay native and joined Berkeley Pediatrics in 2013. 

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  • Samuel Woods, MD

    Samuel was born and raised in Akron, Ohio, where he developed a passion for pediatric medicine through his volunteer work with children with disabilities. 

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  • Nicole Learned, MD

    Nicole joined Berkeley Pediatrics after completing her residency and chief resident year at UCSF.

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  • Amy Famini, CPNP

    Amy was born and raised in Northern California and was an undergraduate at UC Davis before studying at UC San Francisco for nursing school, where she received her Master's as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner.

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Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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