We are happy to introduce our newest certified pediatric nurse practitioners, *Emily Burd and Kelsey-Jo Moss, to our clinic!
They each join our Penguin and Dolphin care teams. Emily completed her graduate training and education at Yale University School of Nursing and Kelsey-Jo is expected to obtain her Doctor of Nursing Practice this June from OHSU.
*While Emily is accepting new patients, Kelsey-Jo is still in the process of credentialing with most insurances. Thank you for your patience!
Click here to learn more about Emily!
Click here to learn more about Kelsey-Jo!
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:
Make sure your child has had their Well Child Exam done in the last 12 months! If you need clearance for sports bring in your form as soon as possible. We have a standard Physical form here.
September is National Food Safety Month!
With many children back to school this month it is important to make sure that they are receiving the nutrition their bodies need. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for our recommendations, recipes, and articles.