Wellington Pediatrics

About the Practice

Welcome to Wellington Pediatrics Pediatricians in Wellington, Florida. Families in Wellington, Florida know that Wellington Pediatrics provides the best in medical care for children from birth through high school graduation. We are board-certified pediatricians who have served our community for 40 years collectively, caring for children both sick and well at our office on the campus of Wellington Regional Medical Center. We believe we are unique in this era of medicine. Dr. Bruck and Dr. Aqua were both part of large pediatric practices before coming together to create a personalized, family-friendly practice in which all of our patients can see their own doctor. We both love becoming a part of our patients’ families and having them becoming a part of ours. We build long-lasting, loving, and trusting relationships with our patients and their families. That is what has always made pediatric medicine so wonderful for us!

Since little ones can get sick at any time, we offer convenient same-day sick appointments as well as after-hours appointments on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings. Our Nurse Response Triage is available 24 hours a day, with a doctor always on backup call whenever you need to ask a question. In addition to diagnosing and treating the full range of childhood illnesses, we provide these services:

  • Allergy clinic on Tuesdays with skin allergy testing and immunotherapy
  • Free parent-to-be (prenatal) consultations
  • On-site lab Immunizations
  • Parent immunizations
  • Ear piercing
  • Hospital visits for newborns and sick children

Experience the personalized attention our small pediatric practice can give your child. Call Wellington Pediatrics in Palm Beach County, Florida today at (561) 791-1935 or request an appointment online at any time.

Dr. Michael Bruck, Dr. Amy Aqua

Providers

Dr. Michael Bruck

Pediatrics

Michael L. Bruck, MD is a general pediatrician providing individualized and personal care to children in and around Wellington, Florida since 1996. Originally from the NYC area, Dr. Bruck resides in Wellington with his wife and two wonderful children, Zoe and Noah. He is a long-time member of Palm Beach County Head Start, where he currently sits on the medical executive committee and policy council. He is the former president and current executive committee member of PBC Pediatric Society. In addition, Dr. Bruck belongs to Temple B'Nei Jacob of Wellington, Coral Springs Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Arthur's Jam Committee. He has won awards for his community service including the PBC Head Start Humanitarian Award.

Michael L. Bruck, MD is a general pediatrician providing individualized and personal care to children in and around Wellington, Florida since 1996. Originally from the NYC area, Dr. Bruck resides in Wellington with his wife and two wonderful children, Zoe and Noah. He is a long-time member of Palm Beach County Head Start, where he currently sits on the medical executive committee and policy council. He is the former president and current executive committee member of PBC Pediatric Society. In addition, Dr. Bruck belongs to Temple B'Nei Jacob of Wellington, Coral Springs Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Arthur's Jam Committee. He has won awards for his community service including the PBC Head Start Humanitarian Award.

Dr. Amy Aqua

Pediatrics

Dr. Amy Aqua is a board-certified pediatrician in Wellington, Florida. She grew up in South Florida, and then went away for college, medical school, and residency training. Dr. Aqua returned to South Florida in 2001 to practice pediatrics. In addition to her practice, Dr Aqua participates in pediatric clinical research and she helped bring thinkPINKkids, a non-profit organization, to South Florida in 2009. ThinkPINKkids has raised nearly $100,000 so far for breast cancer research and patient support by working with local schools.

Dr. Amy Aqua is a board-certified pediatrician in Wellington, Florida. She grew up in South Florida, and then went away for college, medical school, and residency training. Dr. Aqua returned to South Florida in 2001 to practice pediatrics. In addition to her practice, Dr Aqua participates in pediatric clinical research and she helped bring thinkPINKkids, a non-profit organization, to South Florida in 2009. ThinkPINKkids has raised nearly $100,000 so far for breast cancer research and patient support by working with local schools.