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Things You Should Know About a Visit to the Pediatrician

Things You Should Know About a Visit to the Pediatrician

by Kassandra Silva (SU)
Never hesitate to take your child to see the pediatrician, because it is better to be safe than sorry when it comes to your child’s health. Let’s talk about some of the main things you should know before taking your child to the pediatrician, and where you can go here in Bucks County for outstanding pediatric healthcare.

Things to Tell Your Pediatrician at a Well Visit

Things to Tell Your Pediatrician at a Well Visit

by Alex Hirsch (SU)
Pediatrician well visits for your child are really important for their well-being. The key to a fruitful well visit is preparation and open communication with your pediatrician.

Pediatric Urgent Care

Pediatric Urgent Care

by Alex Hirsch (SU)
Childhood is the most active time in most people’s lives – they’re growing and learning everything about the world. All of that activity, curiosity, high energy and developing immune systems make them especially prone to injuries and illnesses.

Why Pediatric Urgent Care vs. Your Pediatrician?

Why Pediatric Urgent Care vs. Your Pediatrician?

by Crystal (SU)
Taking care of your children is one of your top priorities. So when health issues come up suddenly, it can be frustrating waiting several hours – or days – before being able to see your child’s doctor.

Why Parents Should Keep Open Communication with their Pediatrician

Why Parents Should Keep Open Communication with their Pediatrician

by Shearly (SU)
While many moms seem to make it look easy, parenting is not for the faint of heart. From pulling all-nighters with a fussy teething child to potty training, jam packed school and after school activities, moms (and dads) certainly have their hands full. And that’s also the reason moms and dads should be careful to keep the lines of communication open with their pediatrician or family doctor.