Emergency Room, Urgent Care, or Pediatrician? Who to Visit & When

Imagine this scenario: You just picked the kids up from school and are climbing out of the car when you hear a scream. Your youngest has slammed her finger in the car door. What do you do and who do you call? In this scenario, and any other unexpected accident, you can: Visit the emergency […]

Advantages of a Pediatrician Over a Family Doctor

Both pediatricians and family practitioners are qualified to provide health care to children – so how do you know which type of doctor you should choose? In today’s blog post, we’ll help you understand the difference between these 2 types of doctors and what to consider to make the best decision for you and your […]

6 Creative Ways To Help Kids Develop Healthy Habits

  We can’t tell you how many times we’ve heard parents and guardians tell us, “My child won’t eat anything but junk food!” or “I can’t get my kid to go outside, she just wants to play video games all day!” You’re not alone. Research finds that 54% of children under the age of 3 […]

8 Things Oregon Parents Need to Consider When Choosing a Pediatrician

As you’re preparing for a new little one, one of the biggest decisions you’ll make is choosing a pediatrician. Your pediatrician will be a great source of parenting advice and will help manage your baby’s medical and developmental health. How to you pick the perfect provider to fill this role? Read the top 8 things […]

5 Questions Oregon Parents Should Ask the Pediatrician During A Well-Child Visit

A well-child visit is the best time to talk to your child’s pediatrician about their growth, development, and behavior. Whether or not you have specific concerns you want to address, it’s important to use this opportunity to get valuable healthcare advice for your child. We know that in the heat of the moment it can […]

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