Keeping Kids Healthy and Active
Our experienced Pediatricians are here to help your child grow up happy and healthy. By providing routine wellness checks, our care team helps guide your child to a healthy adulthood and provides you with the peace of mind every parent needs. From routine bumps and bruises to developmental and social challenges, our Pediatricians are dedicated to your child every step of the way. Further, it is not only children who will benefit from our pediatric care. Our Pediatricians also provide guidance and support for parents, to help you learn and provide the best of nutrition and care for your family.
Part of that care is recognizing the importance of immunizations. The American Academy of Pediatrics and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) support the full range of immunizations for your child and so does MemorialCare. We know how much you as a parent want to protect your child. Immunizations can protect against 14 serious diseases, some deadly. Learn more about immunizations and vaccinations on our site and also at the American Academy of Pediatrics website.
Your health is important to you around the clock—not just during office hours. Our system-wide electronic medical records can be accessed by providers at any MemorialCare patient touch point. You can request appointments and prescription refills, email your provider, review your health history and more—online, any time through myChart.
Dr. Nguyen speaks about the importance and benefits of vaccinations for children.
Dr. Nguyen discusses the effects of childhood obesity and prevention.
Asthma triggers are often harmless to most people, but certain substances, weather conditions or even other diseases, like the flu, can make life difficult for a child with asthma. Because children with asthma have sensitive airways, the flu can cause further inflammation and bring on an asthma attack. With already weakened lungs and airways, the flu can even lead to more serious conditions like pneumonia and other respiratory infections.
How the recent outbreak of measles highlights the importance of immunizations. Dr. Baker will discuss the concept of herd immunity and why our most vulnerable children rely on us to protect them.
This flu season continues to make news headlines as the flu appears to be more widespread and aggressive than usual, especially among babies and children. MemorialCare Medical Group Pediatrician, Dr. Eric Morley, shares important information about the flu and what parents can do protect their children.
Our Pediatricians provide guidance and support for parents, to help you learn and provide the best care for your family.
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