Allergy & Asthma Care

Our mantra is that asthma is a disease, not a definition of life

Servicios Bilingue

Necesita ayuda en Español? Llama a Dr. Cynthia Nassim.

Autism Spectrum Disorder

In partnership with the IU School of Medicine and Riley Hospital for Children

Case Management

Advocates for children with chronic medical conditions

Lactation Consulting

Pre- and post-feeding analyses, observation, and instruction

Watch Us Grow!

Coming soon to Salem, Indiana

Coronavirus Update and Changes to Our Office Procedures

We need your help to weather this crisis. If you know you are not bringing your child in for an appt, please call to cancel. We are trying our best to be available when our patients need us, but we cannot afford to have nurses and providers standing around waiting for your child who never shows. It is an expense that will be a problem for us. In addition, you not canceling your appt and not showing up means another child did not get that appt that may have needed it.
Keep in mind that we have taken every precaution to ensure our well children never even cross the path of a sick child. We are using separate entrances and exits. Every well child’s temperature is taken before they are put into an exam room to ensure there is no risk of exposure anywhere in either of our offices.
We are practicing minimum exposure time in the exam room. Please be prepared and have any questions you need answered written down. Your provider may choose to discuss some concerns via phone, so please work with us to accomplish that.
Please like our Facebook page for regular updates to our processes and procedures and more information regarding the Coronavirus pandemic, as they are changing daily.


New Albany Office Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 8am-8pm
Friday: 8am-5pm
Saturday: 8am-12pm

New Albany Walk-In Hours:
Monday – Suspended – Not Available
Friday: Suspended – Not Available
Saturday: Suspended – Not Available

Salem Office Hours:
Monday – Friday: 8:30am-5pm

Salem Walk-In Hours:
Monday – Friday: Suspended – Not Available


Most insurance accepted, including Medicaid.

Cover Your Cough Campaign

Given the unavailability of personal protective equipment and in an effort to reduce risk of exposure of various viruses/illnesses, Dr. Nassim has championed a campaign to have local quilting guilds and 4H clubs sew washable face masks for our staff and patients.
We plan on having enough masks in both of our offices by the end of the week to provide a mask to every child with a cough!! If you’d like to assist in this effort or want to make masks for your friends and family, here’s the You Tube video with instructions.
Help us keep you and your family healthy and Cover Your Cough!