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Drowning Prevention

Water safety tips to help prevent drowning accidents.


Updated Mask Policy

We recommend all individuals 2 years and older wear a mask in our clinics to support infection control. Masks are required for those experiencing symptoms of illness.


Recurrent Nosebleeds

Does your child suffer from frequent nosebleeds? Learn tips on how to treat and prevent recurring nosebleeds.


Toddler and Preschooler Big Feelings

Toddler big feelings can be overwhelming to witness and tricky to manage! Dr. Erica Cannell discusses how to help them cope with big emotions.


Eating Disorder Awareness

Helpful information for families dealing with an eating disorder.


Online Scheduling Guide

Our online scheduling system allows established patient families to visit our website at any time and schedule an appointment for your child when it's convenient for you.



Did you know that not all fevers require the use of fever-reducing medication? Learn more about common fever myths.


Preventing Eczema Flare-ups

Eczema is a genetic condition in which your child's skin barrier is more sensitive and can more easily become dry or inflamed. Read about how to prevent eczema flare-ups.


Ear Infections

Ear infections are common in children. Learn about the differences between middle ear infections and outer ear infections from Dr. Alex Hill.


Does my child need antibiotics?

It's cold and flu season and you may be wondering why your provider isn't prescribing an antibiotic medication for your child. Dr. Williams answers your questions about antibiotics.


COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs

These FAQs provide answers to some of the most frequently asked questions on COVID-19 vaccines.


Safe Sleep and Your Baby: How Parents Can Reduce the Risk of SIDS and Suffocation

The AAP discusses how to reduce the risk of SIDS and create a safe sleep environment for your baby.


E-cigarette/Vaping Q&A

E-cigarettes and vaping have become a popular substitute for smoking among teens, but the effects are just as dangerous. Learn more in this Q & A from our very own Dr. Spanier.


Preventing Meningococcal Infection in Teens

Meningococcal infection is a disease that can be prevented through routine vaccination. Dr. Steve Schiebel reviews the importance of the vaccine in teens.


Return to Play After COVID-19

If your child has had COVID and is planning to return to intense physical activity or sports, please be aware of the return to play guidelines.