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  • Starting Dec 4, 2017, we will be closing our offices during lunch, from 12:15 pm to 1:15 pm. Our clinics will still run at their normal times, but we will not have staff at our front desk during that hour. Arrangements for paperwork drop-off and pick-up, and prescription pick......

  • It is never easy to explain traumatic events to children. Below is an article we have found that may help guide you with these conversations. https://healthychildren.org/English/family-life/Media/Pages/Talking-To-Children-About-Tragedies-and-Other-News-Events.aspx  ...

  • Are you curious as to what may be causing your illness? Below we have a chart from the CDC that explains if its a virus or bacteria, and ways to combat them. viruses-bacteria-chart (What ails you chart)...

  • Flu Mist will not be available this season due to recommendations from the CDC for poor performance protecting against the flu. This year we are offering three options to vaccinate your children and family members: At Regularly Scheduled Appointments According to the CDC, you can get a......

  • The Pediatric Center strives to provide the most comprehensive and evidence-based medicine to care for your child and your family. Our practice has followed and will continue to follow the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) and AAP advocated Recommended Immunization Schedule for Children......

  • Phones are now open at 7 am for same-day sick appointments. If your child has ear pain, a sore throat, rash, etc., please call and come in early so that we can help your child feel better quickly and so that you can get started......

  • At The Pediatric Center, we strive to care for our newborn patients. We realize that a large part of a baby’s health depends on the well-being of the mother. We know that during pregnancy and after the birth of a baby there is a risk of developing depression, and the......

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