We’re now scheduling Telehealth appointments with Dr. Weiss. We want to meet you where you are to provide the care you need.
Call us first when your kids are sick so we can keep you out of urgent cares and emergency rooms. We’ve suspended walk-in-visits for now but are scheduling sick appointments and well visits that limit unnecessary exposure.
Due to concerns about exposure to COVID-19, we’ve made a few changes. Walk-In Visits are suspended, but we’re open for sick and well appointments.
It’s too early for US families to worry about coronavirus. Dr. Weiss explains why and advises that parents stay tuned for updates.
Taryn Chapman, The Vaccine Mom and Guest Blogger, says it’s never too early to talk to kids about vaccines. Here are her tips for starting the process of scaring the scariness out of vaccines.
Weiss Pediatric Care is partnering with Mothers Helping Mothers to bring joy to area families during the holiday season. Drop off unwrapped new toys to our office now through December 13th!
Our team has put together some great ways to make shots less scary and uncomfortable for kids. Here’s what’s new..
Vitamin D is especially important during infancy, childhood and adolescence. Erin Gennocro, Weiss Pediatric Care’s Nurse Practitioner, provides a quick guide to the why’s and what-to-do’s about Vitamin D and kids.
Our flu vaccine is in! Call today to schedule your child’s flu shot and “beat the bug!”
Whether they’re four or fourteen, all children need to know that when you say NO, you mean NO – and no amount of whining, pleading, or bargaining will lead to a change of mind. So, what’s a parent to do in the face of relentless begging and bargaining? Here’s a strategy you might want to try.