Dr. Joel Moses - Dearborn Pediatrics - Pediatric Medicine
Dearborn Pediatrics

PARENTS: Flu vaccines are now in!

You do not need an appointment but would still need to call from the parking lot when you arrive for this nurse visit.

Children younger than 5 years old–especially those younger than 2– are at higher risk of developing serious flu-related complications. A flu vaccine offers the best defense against flu and its potentially serious consequences and also can reduce the spread of flu to others. Getting vaccinated against flu has been shown to reduce flu illnesses, doctor’s visits, missed work and school days, and reduce the risk of flu-related hospitalization.

Dr. Joel Moses

Dr. Joel Moses
Joel Moses, MD attended the Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv, Israel. Dr. Moses completed a three year pediatric residency Children’s Hospital of Michigan.

Dr. Moses is board certified in Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine and is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Tell us about your basic philosophy and greatest pleasure in practicing pediatrics and adolescent medicine.

My philosophy as a practicing pediatrician is to help children and adolescents grow to be healthy young adults. I emphasize preventive health care by discussing healthy nutrition and safety with parents and children. I recommend the use of childhood vaccinations and screening tests. My approach to childhood illnesses is that most children are healthy and get well on their own. Antibiotics are prescribed only when necessary. I take care of infants, children, adolescents, and even some young adults in our practice. I have a strong interest in patients with attention deficit disorder and have years of experience in the diagnosis and treatment of the condition. My greatest pleasure in practicing pediatrics is making a difference in a child’s development and working closely within the community.

When not at work, Dr. Moses enjoys spending time with his wife, four children and grandson. Dr. Moses enjoys playing tennis and basketball.