April 19, 2021 Update Happy Spring! A year into this pandemic and here at Orange Park Pediatrics, we are still committed to the health and wellbeing of our patients, their families, and our employees. Thank you for working with us to make this possible.
It’s that time of year when kids are back in school. And with school comes close contact with other children, some of whom might not be feeling their best. dule yo That’s why getting your child vaccinated against the flu matters.
The FDA has recently approved new tools to combat respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), including a monoclonal antibody injection called Beyfortus for newborns and infants, as well as RSV vaccines for adults aged 60 and older. These breakthroughs represent significant progress in RSV prevention,
As kids head back to school it’s common for them to experience a range of emotions, including anxiety. Parents play a crucial role in helping their children navigate these feelings and ensuring a smooth transition. First and foremost,
We are approaching the time when kids and parents start preparing for going back to school. As the time nears, there are numerous tips to prepare and get your kids off to a great start, including Orange Park Pediatrics back to school guide.
So How Can I Get My Baptist Chart? There are 3 ways to get started: You can simply go to the My Baptist Chart website and sign up, no download is needed. The other way is to download the Baptist Access App on your phone and create your account there.
Since the CDC recommends children over the age of 2 wear masks in social situations, many parents worry their child will have a problem complying with this mandate. If you are among those concerned parents, here are some practical face mask tips for children during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Flu season is upon us again, and it can be difficult for parents to decide if they should be overly worried. Although most healthy children will weather the disease fine without visiting Orange Park pediatrics, there are 4 flu symptoms that parents should watch for to tell them that something is seriously wrong.
Choosing a pediatrician is one of the first, and most important, decisions you’ll make as a parent. A good pediatrician is important because they’re the main source of information when it comes to your child’s health.