ReadyMED by Reliant Medical Group was established to give people of all ages access to convenient, non-emergency medical services when their regular doctors are unavailable. The pediatrics department at the ReadyMED PLUS location in Worcester treats all children, including newborns, while our ReadyMED locations in Auburn, Hudson, Leominster and Milford treat children who are 6 months and older. Pediatrics services are available every day from 9:00AM to 8:00PM.

Your child does not need an appointment, just walk in to be seen! Your child does not need to be a patient at Reliant Medical Group to be seen at ReadyMED. We accept most insurances.

All ReadyMED sites treat a variety of pediatric issues, including:

  • asthma
  • ear infections
  • vomiting
  • fevers
  • fractures
  • open wounds
  • foreign bodies in the ears and noses
  • perform sports/camp clearance physicals (for a separate fee)


In addition to the above pediatric services available at all ReadyMED locations, ReadyMED PLUS in Worcester has a few extra services setting us apart:

  • There are always pediatric providers (pediatricians and advanced practitioners who have completed pediatric training) on site.
  • Treatment for illnesses requiring IV fluids and IV antibiotics.

Meet the Pediatrics Team

At ReadyMED PLUS, pediatricians work in partnership with advanced practitioners (who have completed pediatric training) to provide care for a wide range of illnesses. Meet our pediatrics team below.

Dr. Callie Stone  Dr. Omar Alani  Dr. Mohsina Alom Dr. Linda Ciu

 Dr. Michelle Dorrell Dr. Sarah Ghabbour Dr. Peter Murphy Dr. Michelle Whitham

After your child’s ReadyMED visit, we are happy to provide your primary care doctor with a report that includes diagnosis, treatment recommendations, and a list of any medications that were prescribed. ReadyMED providers seek to partner with your personal physician in your medical care.

ReadyMED accepts most health insurance plans, as well as cash, personal checks and major credit cards.

ReadyMED is not an emergency room. If you are experiencing serious symptoms, such as chest pain or difficulty breathing, or if you have sustained a serious injury, please dial 911 immediately.