COVID-19 Summer Plan

Pathway Pediatrics is taking precautionary measures to decrease the exposure and spread of COVID-19, while continuing to provide the best care to our patients. To help decrease unnecessary exposure we have implemented changes to our appointment policies and office flow. The health and well-being of our patients and families is important to us.  We continue […]

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Asthma Maintenance

With the recent concern of COVID-19 in our communities Pathway Pediatrics has increased guidance for our asthmatic population. Our team is working diligently to assess the need for a customized ASTHMA MAINTENANCE PLAN for each of our patients. We are currently offering TELEHEATH visits with one of our providers to develop your child’s asthma maintenance […]

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Telehealth during COVID-19

One of the many changes COVID-19 has brought to our office is the addition of telemhealth. This is a service that enables us to provide your child with healthcare via a media platform such as Zoom. Your child must meet certain criteria, determined by our schedulers, in order to be a candidate for a telemedicine […]

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Kids’ Allergy Tips

Allergies feel like the cold, and can include headaches, runny noses, fatigue and other symptoms that can get in the way of school, fun and family time. IDENTIFY: Knowing what your child is allergic to can be an important step in finding the right treatment. Allergy testing may be performed to determine whether your child […]

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FLU 2019!

Flu season is just around the corner. Take time to read these important tips on how to protect your family against flu this season. What are everyday preventive actions? • Try to avoid close contact with sick people. • The first and most important step is to get a flu vaccine each year • If […]

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Potential Measles Outbreak in Alabama

We at Pathway Pediatrics are committed to providing the most up-to-date information and best practices concerning the health and safety of our patients and families. The Alabama Department of Public Health has issued information regarding the potential for an outbreak of measles in the state of Alabama. As of 4/25/19, there have been no confirmed […]

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