Antibiotics – Great Stuff, Use With Caution
Here’s a really great article, a quick read, about how antibiotics are being used more than twice as often as they should be. We may be biassed, but we believe pediatricians in general are generally very cautious with antibiotics, doing our best to educate families about the cause of infections and treating only when we [...]Read more
Dr. Trevino (Fyda)
Medical Leave: Dr. Trevino will be undergoing medical treatment that will require an extended leave so that she can recover well. Her last day before leave will be August 24th. We expect her to return January 1st. We know that you will join us in wishing her good rest and recovery. In the interim, we [...]Read more
Patient Portal & Appointment Reminders
Beginning August 1st, Appointment Reminders will only be available through the Patient Portal. If you have already signed up for the Patient Portal don’t forget to setup your preferences for Appointment Reminders before August 1st. Reminders will no longer be provided by phone after July 31, 2014. Through the portal you have the choice to...Read more
ADHD Treatment Reduces Substance Abuse
I think that parents and pediatricians always want to avoid intervention if possible – such as avoiding antibiotics for that very mild ear infection. But we also want to avoid skipping treatment for kids who could really benefit. ADHD is one of those disorders that we have real potential for harm if identified but NOT [...]Read more
Saturday Clinic Change – July 19th ONLY
Saturday clinic will be adjusted from 8 am – 11 am on Saturday, July 19th only to allow maximum participation in our summer staff picnic. Normal Saturday hours will resume July 26th (9-noon). After-hour phone access to our physicians will remain available as always. Have a great weekend & a safe summer.Read more
We offer same day appointments for sick children. We also offer appointments for well child care, follow-ups, sports physicals, and nurse visits.
What might seem minor to a pediatrician can feel very much like an emergency to a parent. Here are some guidelines that might help you decide if you need to call after-hours or if you can wait until morning.
We provide you with resources to inform you on a variety of health topics. If you are looking for more information on the flu or other common childhood ailments, we can help.
Do you have separate waiting rooms for sick and well patients? If my child needs to be hospitalized, who will be their doctor?