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Weiss Pediatric Care Hosts First Family Advisory Council Meeting

September 27, 2014 | Weiss Pediatric Care - About Us, Weiss Pediatric Care - In the News | 0 comments | Author:

While the Weiss Pediatric Care team meets regularly to focus on quality improvement goals, we rely on you, our parents and patients, to share your experiences and expertise with us so that our services are responsive to your needs. Our Family Advisory Council makes recommendations for practice improvements that will continue to inform what we do and how we do it at Weiss Pediatric Care.


2014-15 Flu Vaccine Shipping Delays Announced

September 19, 2014 | Infant and Child Health | 0 comments | Author:

It’s so frustrating to see signs all over town saying, “Get Your Flu Shots here!” Like you, we are wondering why the big stores have plenty of flu vaccine to go around while Pediatricians all over the country are waiting to receive orders placed months and months ago. Thanks for your patience as you wait, along with us, for the much anticipated delivery of our 2014-15 flu vaccines!


Forty Carrots Free Community Speaker Event – The Childhood Roots of Happiness

September 12, 2014 | Parenting | 0 comments | Author:

Don’t miss Forty Carrots Family Center’s 12th Annual Free Community Speaker Event on October 9th featuring Dr. Edward Hallowell, nationally recognized child expert and author. Dr. Hallowell will present The Childhood Roots of Adult Happiness. Dr. Weiss and Diane will be there and we hope to see you there! Be sure to register early as space is limited.


Enterovirus and Children: Accurate Information for Parents

September 9, 2014 | Uncategorized | 0 comments | Author:

The internet and facebook are abuzz with news of a respiratory illness called enterovirus. At best, it causes mild symptoms like the cold, or even no symptoms at all. At its worst, it is sending children to the hospital. Weiss Pediatric Care offers evidenced-based answers to questions parents are asking, such as: “What is enterovirus? Who’s at risk? How is it treated?