We are proud to introduce our newest Pediatrician, Dr. Beth Krautscheid! We are working hard to get her added to all of our insurance plans so that she can start seeing all of her patients and start taking new ones. Until she is fully credentialed, the rest of the Penguin Team and/or any of the HPC providers will continue tending to the needs of your children. Thanks for your patience.
HPC wishes you and your family a safe and warm Holiday Season!
Main St. and Orenco Hours & Closures:
Christmas Eve, Tuesday December 24th – 8:00 am to ~2:30 pm
Christmas Day, Wednesday December 25th – CLOSED
New Year’s Eve, Tuesday December 31st – 8:00am to ~4:30 pm
New Year’s Day, Wednesday January 1st – CLOSED
You can always reach an advice nurse or the doctor on call at 503-640-2757.
If your child has not had a physical or Well Child Check in the last 12 months they will need to complete one prior to being cleared to play sports. Now is the perfect time to schedule your child’s Well Check to avoid delays in their participation. Our schedules are open for the summer- extended time during the evening is also available, schedule for a time that is convenient for you!
Start the process and download the Sports Participation form here here
According to the CDC, antibiotic use is the leading cause of antibiotic resistance. Up to one-third to one-half of antibiotic use in humans is either unnecessary or inappropriate.
Antibiotics do not fight infections caused by viruses such as colds, flu, most sore throats, and bronchitis. Even many sinus and ear infections can improve without antibiotics. Instead, symptom relief might be the best treatment option for these infections.
Learn more about appropriate use of antibiotics below:
As you shop for gifts this season please keep the Noisy Toys list in mind to help prevent risks of hearing loss in children. Please visit the link below to see the full Annual list of Noisy Toys thanks to Sight & Hearing Association.
Noisy Toys List 2019
You may also find more tips and helpful information for protecting your child’s hearing on their website, Sight & Hearing Association