Each day, we all receive new information about COVID-19. As more updates are released, we understand your concerns may grow.
The health and safety of our patients is always of the utmost importance, but taking extra precautions is needed more now than ever. We want to provide you with the resources you need to stay well while still getting the care you need, so we’re making appointments more accessible.
Telehealth Video Visits
We are now offering Video Telehealth Visits, so your child can get care, from the comfort of home. As the current situation progresses, we encourage our patients to take advantage of this new service so we can best provide for you and your family.
Telehealth video visits are available for many types of visits, including but not limited to:
Minor colds, minor coughs, minor fevers, pink eye, rashes, eczema, gassiness, colic, irritability, infant acne, mild sinusitis, mild croup, ADHD, anxiety, depression, sleep issues, academic struggles, medication refills, mild asthma, social struggles, mild abdominal pain, feeding difficulties, consults regarding specialist referrals, interpretation of lab results, COVID-19 consults addressing concerns, temper tantrums, constipation, toilet training, headaches, menstrual counseling and much more .
If you are interested in scheduling a video visit or rescheduling an office visit to a video visit, please call your local office.
Separate Hours for Well and Sick Visits
If you do need to visit our office in person, we are taking a number of precautions to make this possible. Since our opening, we have always separated our well and sick waiting areas to ensure your child isn’t exposed to any illness. This is especially necessary now, and we have also staggered office hours to further separate healthy and sick children.
Consistently doing all we can to provide our patients with the highest quality of care, no matter the situation, is essential. During this difficult time, it’s important to be educated and ensure we are all doing our part to slow the spread of the illness.