Medical Home

At Pathway Pediatrics we strive to create a “Medical Home” for our patients and their families. The concept of a medical home was initiated by the American Academy of Pediatrics in the 1960s. As technology has evolved, organizations that look at the quality of medical care have begun to further define what constitutes a medical […]

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Home Alone?

As our state is in the beginning phases of reopening and many parents are preparing to return to work, this summer offers a different outlook compared to the usual routine of many families. With concerns of the potential spread of COVID-19 upon reopening our state and the desire to continue “social distancing” as much as […]

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COVID Time: In Office Visits

Visits during COVID-19 In the office Even though families are staying home to prevent the spread of COVID-19, there are still important reasons why you may need to bring your child into the office, including: Newborn visits after a baby is born. To stay up-to-date on immunizations and well child visits. For hearing and vision screenings. To […]

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Face Mask for Children

Cloth Face Coverings for Children During COVID-19 T​o protect ourselves and others from COVID-19, the CDC now recommends ​cloth face coverings be used when outside. But what about children? Continue reading for answers to some frequently asked questions about cloth face coverings and children during the COVID-19 pandemic. Why are people wearing cloth face coverings right now? Since […]

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Are Your Kids Catching Enough Z’s?

Sleep is a very important part of a child’s physical and mental development. It affects alertness, memories, moods, behavior, and learning abilities. Establishing good sleep practices will not only aid in proper development, but also provide a much easier daily routine at home. How much sleep does my child need? If these numbers sound unattainable […]

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Poison Prevention

With the recent changes due to COVID-19, children are out of school and daycare. Many children are being cared for by parents that are simultaneously attempting to work from home. Distraction for even a moment can be disastrous in many ways, one of which is ingestion and/or contact with a poisonous substance. Most poisonings occur when […]

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