Blog/News


Vaping: Talking to Teens about the Dangers

September 11, 2019

Vaping has become a big problem among teens (and some pre-teens) lately. While we have always discouraged kids from vaping, it has become even more urgent lately, as “an outbreak of severe lung disease related to vaping has caused severe illness and death in many… Continue Reading »

2019 Flu Shots are Here!

September 6, 2019

Flu shots are now available and will be given at regularly scheduled office appointments and during Walk-In Flu Clinic, which begins Monday, Sept 9th and continues M-F 8:30-5:00pm throughout the fall. We recommend flu shots for all patients 6 months and older. Parent shots are… Continue Reading »

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Temporary Portal Technical Issue

July 29, 2019

Please be patient. Very patient! The portal is working, however it can take up to 90 seconds to log in. Once in, you can navigate to any page. We have high level IT folks working on the issue and hope to have it resolved soon.… Continue Reading »

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New – Text Appointment Reminders

August 4, 2018

We are excited to announce that we now have the capability to text appointment reminders! You will receive a text message from enablemessage@medicat.com 1 day before your child’s scheduled appointment with a link to visit the patient portal to complete your pre-visit forms. Please call… Continue Reading »

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Goodbye to Dr. Gay

June 29, 2018

We are sad to announce that Dr. Gay is leaving the practice to move to Maryland where her husband has accepted a fellowship with the NIH in Bethesda. It’s been a great year here with us and we wish her  well in her new practice. … Continue Reading »

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Inclement Weather – Office OPEN Thursday

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 »

Young Kids With Cellphones May Be Particularly Vulnerable To Cyberbullying.

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 »

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Introducing Our Newest Providers!

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 »