fax: 781.341.3614
907 Sumner St., Suite M-102, Stoughton, MA 02072

Our Doctors

Philip A. Hourigan Jr. MD, FAAP

A native of Connecticut, Dr. Hourigan is a graduate of Yale University (BA, 1967) and the Duke University School of Medicine (MD, 1971).  After completing his pediatric training at the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh in 1974, he joined a multi-specialty medical group practice in Brockton.  In 1984, he co-founded Tri-County Pediatric Associates, PC, a pediatric group practice dedicated to delivering the highest quality comprehensive medical care to the children and adolescents of the Greater Stoughton area.

Dr. Hourigan is a diplomat of the American Board of Pediatrics and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics (FAAP).  He is a member of the Massachusetts Medical Society, the Plymouth District Medical Society, the Immunization Initiative Advisory Committee of the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and he is a member of the medical staffs of South Shore Hospital, Boston Children's Hospital and Steward Norwood Hospital.

Dr. Hourigan's clinical interest is the practice of general pediatrics, providing comprehensive medical care to children from birth through high school.  Most care is delivered in the outpatient setting.  Consultations with pediatric sub-specialist and in-hospital medical care are arranged whenever appropriate.

Dr.Hourigan is married and the father of three adult children.  He has resided in Mansfield, Massachusetts since 1976.  His hobbies include bicycling, canoeing, photography and travel.

What's New?
Flu shots will be arriving soon! As in the past, we will be making an automated call when the vaccine is available.  If you need to update your phone number, please call our office today.
Call today to book your child's yearly well exam. If your child needs any forms filled out for sports, camp or college, our physicians can only do so if your child has had a well visit within the past twelve months.
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