January 17, 2018
For the safety of you and our staff the office will be closed Wednesday due to the icy roads and dangerous driving conditions. If you have an appointment scheduled please call us tomorrow and we will help you reschedule to a convenient time. One of… Continue Reading »
September 18, 2017
Thinking of getting your child a cellphone? Does your elementary aged child use a cellphone? Here’s some interesting new data about cyberbullying that you should be aware of as you manage your child’s cellphone access and use.
HealthDay (9/15) reported that “cyberbullying starts early, and … Continue Reading »
September 3, 2017
A big welcome to Hannah Addis, CPNP and Allison Gay, MD who have recently arrived to complete our DPC provider team. Both are super smart, super friendly and passionate about pediatrics.
Hannah has over a year of experience working in a pediatric practice in Covington… Continue Reading »
September 3, 2017
Anyone 6 months of age and older, Parents, Caretakers: Come one, Come all!
We are offering flu shots at any office visit, or beginning September 11th, walk in at your convenience between 8:30 and 5:00 Monday – Friday. (parents and sibs can get at one… Continue Reading »
January 20, 2017
Congratulations to Sara Harmelin, RN, CPNP, IBCLC , our wonderful Nurse Practioner who in addition to other patients has been seeing most of our newborns for the first visit at 2-5 days of age. We are excited to announce that she has completed training and… Continue Reading »
January 19, 2017
We are sorry to announce that Dr. Ashley Bufe has unexpectedly made a personal decision to leave our practice. We have enjoyed our association with her and she will be missed. However, all of us at Dekalb Pediatric Center are committed and fully prepared to… Continue Reading »
July 28, 2016
Getting immunized against influenza every year is recommended for all adults and children 6 months and older.
In June of this year the CDC and the ACIP (Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices) announced that “ Health care providers should not use live attenuated influenza vaccine… Continue Reading »