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Special Announcements
Brad Barham

Pediatric Associates Telemedicine

As most of you likely know at this point, Taylor County has now confirmed 9 cases of COVID-19, the illness caused by the novel virus SARS-CoV-2 which originated in China at the end of last year and has spread its way across our globe , creating the most unprecedented pandemic in our lifetime. Today, March

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Brad Barham

So we’ve had our first confirmed case. Now what?

If you missed the press conference this morning, Abilene has now had its first confirmed case. He is a patient under the care of the Hendrick Health System and is an adult. Now what? Please, STAY CALM. Lets be very real and honest. We have most likely had COVID-19 in our community for some time

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Covid-19
Brad Barham

The Stress Is Mounting…..And It’s Been a Week

A friend of ours shared a story last week. His wife (a teacher) was on day 2 of staying home with their kids given the cancellation of schools. The night before they spent their first day at home together they had a family discussion about the children’s daily schedule at home with mom, detailing what

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Covid-19
Brad Barham

Office Updates/Reminders

First things first, don’t forget to look at our BLOG link on the website https://pediatric-associates.com/blog/ regularly as we’ll be posting updates on COVID-19!!! PROVIDER SCHEDULE: Below is our new provider schedule that reflects our “Wellness Clinic” and “Illness Clinic” model that takes effect MONDAY, MARCH 23 in order to limit exposure of your well babies

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Covid-19
Brad Barham

!!!IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT!!!

We here at Pediatrics Associates first want to say to all of you, our patients, THANK YOU. You are the reason that we do what we do and we feel blessed and honored to serve you and your families. If you haven’t noticed, our world’s a little different right now. We are wading through waters

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Covid-19
Brad Barham

COVID-19 = Cabin Fever

Cabin fever is a real concern of parents during this time of social distancing, but it is imperative that we all try to stay away from crowds and each do our part to stop the spread of COVID-19. We know that kids will be getting more than the recommended screen time during this time (we

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