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Dr. Vida Kaniecki joins Akron Children’s Hospital Pediatrics in Boardman

01-31-2019 (Ohio)

Akron Children’s Hospital Pediatrics welcomes Vida Kaniecki, M.D., to its Boardman office. The practice – located at 6505 Market St., Building A – provides pediatric primary care for infants, children and teens.

Dr. Kaniecki joins Akron Children’s from Sewickley Valley Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine in Sewickley, Pennsylvania. She was also chair of pediatric medicine at Sewickley Valley Hospital. Previously, she was the lead pediatrician at Steel City Pediatrics in Pittsburgh.

Dr. Kaniecki earned her medical degree from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. She completed her residency and her fellowship in medical genetics at St. Louis Children’s Hospital in St. Louis.

She currently lives in Brighton Township, Pennsylvania, with her fiancé.

In addition to Dr. Kaniecki, the Akron Children’s Hospital Pediatrics care team in Boardman includes Drs. Louis Brine, Jr., Stacy Generalovich and Jackie Lickliter and pediatric nurse practitioners Linda Beilstein, Deanna Bellville, Jill Gulling, Rachelle Halula, Amanda McAllen, Mary Pascolini, Denise Stoneman and Sarah Watkins.

With same-day, evening and weekend appointments available, Akron Children’s Hospital Pediatrics offers:

  • Free pediatrician interviews for new parents.
  • Annual well-child visits and routine checkups.
  • Treatment for illness and injury.
  • Vaccines.
  • Sports, school and camp physicals.
  • Chronic disease management.

Akron Children’s Hospital Pediatrics providers are dedicated to treating the “whole child,” working with parents/caregivers to help children reach growth and developmental milestones. Patients who require specialized care receive referrals to board-certified specialty physicians affiliated with Akron Children’s Hospital.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Kaniecki or any provider at the Boardman office, call 330-746-8040. Most insurance plans and Medicaid are accepted. To learn more about Akron Children’s Hospital Pediatrics, visit