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Brad Barham

Dr. Strong Retirement Announcement

It will be strange for us to come to work in 2020 knowing that Dr. Strong will no longer regularly be with us in the office as he has announced his retirement for 12/31/19 after nearly 25 years with Pediatric Associates. He has been a valued colleague and friend and has provided quality pediatric care

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Pediatric Associates
Brad Barham

Welcome Dr. Gomez!

Pediatric Associates welcomes Dr. Claudia Gomez to the practice! Dr. Gomez brings a big smile, a solid pediatric foundation of knowledge, and more fluent Spanish to the group. We are thrilled that she is on board. Check our website soon for a full bio (Updates coming later this month or early September). Born in Mexico,

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Fall
Brad Barham

Back to School….Already?!

It’s August 1st which means that we’re all thinking it right? Back. To. School. While we still have a few weeks of Summer to enjoy, it’s always a good idea for parents to start thinking about the upcoming transition. Here is a great article with some ideas to help your child (and you) transition more

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Summer
Brad Barham

Summer Safety

It’s summer. It’s hot. Have some fun. Here are some tips on staying safe with your little ones around the water! https://www.healthychildren.org/English/safety-prevention/at-play/Pages/Where-We-Stand-Water-Safety.aspx

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It’s Busy Around Here

Influenza and Respiratory Viruses are Full Swing We want to first say THANK YOU to all of you who have waited patiently in the office to see your provider over the last couple of months. We are definitely seeing a lot of sick kids out there! This time of year can be a challenge for

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Children
Brad Barham

Infant Ibuprofen Recall

See the following link for information regarding a recent recall on Infant Ibuprofen. https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/tris-pharma-issues-voluntary-nationwide-recall-of-infants-ibuprofen-concentrated-oral-suspension-usp-nsaid-50-mg-per-1-25-ml-due-to-potential-higher-concentrations-of-ibuprofen-300760721.html An important point of clarification is that our Health Statements given out at check-ups give doses for CHILDREN’S acetaminophen (tylenol) and ibuprofen (motrin, advil, etc). Children’s acetaminophen and infant’s acetaminophen are THE SAME. However, ibuprofen still has a more concentrated form

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