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Jaime Friedman, M.D., F.A.A.P.
Jaime Friedman, M.D., F.A.A.P.

Dr. Friedman has been practicing pediatrics in San Diego for over ten years, initially working at Rady Children’s Hospital in its Urgent Care and then moving to Children’s Primary Care Medical Group in 2004.  She is now the lead physician of the new CPCMG 4S Ranch office.  Dr. Friedman is Board Certified and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.  She has been one of San Diego Magazine’s Top Docs for the past 8 years and was elected Best Doctor in East County by The Californian in 2011.

Dr. Friedman went to medical school in Baltimore, Maryland, where she grew up, and did her pediatric residency in Portland, Oregon, at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital.  She is still a very loyal Baltimore Ravens fan and loves football.

On a professional level, Dr. Friedman’s interests include literacy, breastfeeding, and fitness.  While at the CPCMG El Cajon office, she started a new Reach Out and Read location,, and is working on providing books for patients at all CPCMG locations.  She also plans to organize regular kid-friendly hikes for the 4S Ranch community.  Personally, she has walked in three Breast Cancer 3-Day walks, volunteers at her children’s school, and has been active on the PTA.  She also volunteers as the camp doctor every summer at Camp Mountain Chai.

When she isn’t working, Dr. Friedman enjoys every minute she can with her husband and two children.  Together, they love to ride bikes, spend time with friends, and play with their 2 Australian Shepherds, Luna and Lucy.

Recent Posts by Jaime Friedman, M.D., F.A.A.P.

Posted on Aug 24, 2017

*Updated 06/06/2017 All parents have been there. You get home, after giving birth, with a newborn who needs to be fed every 2-3 hours day and night. It’s exhausting. Many moms and dads find that sleeping with their baby is the best way to get…



Posted on Aug 14, 2017

One of the tell-tale signs your child is starting puberty is the emergence of little pimples on their face. Of course this is assuming they aren’t advertising the other bodily changes that are taking place. Parents may notice changes in their child’s skin as early…



Posted on Jul 13, 2017

Over the past year politics has taken over our lives. Our news, social media, conversations and, for some, our anxieties. As a pediatrician, my concerns with regards to lawmaking lie with how children and families will be affected by any given policy. I am an…



Posted on Jun 20, 2017

As a pediatrician, the safety and well-being of all children is my primary concern. When I counsel families on sleep safety, car safety, sunscreen, baby proofing, choking risks and even preventative care like healthy eating and vaccines, it is because my ultimate goal is for…



Posted on May 30, 2017

There are many things that new parents need to do while preparing for their baby to arrive. One that frequently gets overlooked is choosing a pediatrician. Pediatricians are doctors who specialize in the care of children from birth to 18 years of age and are…



Posted on Apr 2, 2017

If you have a young child, especially one in daycare or preschool, you have probably had some type of experience with conjunctivitis, otherwise known as pink eye.  Either your child has had it, you’ve received the dreaded notification that it is going around the class…



Posted on Mar 23, 2017

If you’ve ever had a urinary tract infection, you know it can be very uncomfortable. Pretty much anyone who has had one would say that it’s not very fun, so prompt treatment is desired. Most moms will understand this as pregnancy increases your risk of…



Posted on Feb 22, 2017

In honor of National Childhood Dental Health Month, I have decided to partner with my good friend and pediatric dentist, Chris Pham, DDS, to bring you a series of posts about dental health. For our first post, we will discuss taking care of baby teeth….



Posted on Feb 7, 2017

Teething is one of the great mysteries of childhood. There have been so many symptoms associated with teething over the years that at this point it can be really confusing to know when your baby is getting a tooth. At various points in time, teething…



Posted on Jan 11, 2017

The art of communication is something that isn’t always taught in medical school (at least back in the day when I was a student). Of course we are taught how to take a history, but what about communicating a diagnosis with a patient, or even…





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