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Flu Clinic: October 14th, 2023

Say Boo to the Flu
Protect your child against the flu by joining us for our flu clinic. We will also have COVID vaccines available.
Date & Time:
October 14th at 12:45 pm – 2:45 pm
Clinton Crossings Office
919 Westfall Road
Building A, … Continue reading

Your Guide To Raising Healthy Active Children

The internet, social media, and all electronic devices are a significant distraction to children and adults alike. Time spent using electronic devices is time when our bodies are not active.  So limiting time spent on electronics is important. We have some suggestions on how to keep your children active. … Continue reading

Screen Time: How Much Time Is Too Much For Kids?

Televisions, smartphones, computers, and tablets are all devices both adults and children use for information, entertainment, and social interaction. As with most modern conveniences, it is best to use them in moderation. Unfortunately, many kids (and adults) spend too much time looking at screens. … Continue reading


As you make plans for next year, please be aware that most colleges require a physical examination.  We recommend that you call now to schedule your physical between March and May. … Continue reading

A Guide To Treating Your Child’s Fever

A fever in children is quite common, and it’s not necessarily dangerous in most cases. A fever is considered 100.4 or higher, and it’s the body’s way of providing a defense from viruses or bacteria. To treat or not to treat and how is the question.Continue reading

RSV In Children: What Parents Should Know

RSV is the acronym for Respiratory Syncytial Virus, and it usually peaks from November through March. It can be a dangerous virus for children younger than two years old and seniors. If you have a young child and especially one that was born premature,Continue reading

Announcement: Phone Lines Off 12:30pm -1:00pm

Our community is full of illness right now. Emergency Departments and Urgent Cares across the country are overrun with sick patients waiting hours to be seen. Medical offices are completely overwhelmed with patients who need appointments, and staff shortages continue in the healthcare field. … Continue reading

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