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This year in particular, parents should be vigilant about finding out when their kids should get the flu shot and how many shots they may need.
How to get your kids on a back to school schedule is an annual issue, but unfortunately, this particular fall it will be more difficult than other years.
Choking is the leading cause of injuries among young children and infants. One child in the US dies from choking every five days,
Choosing a pediatrician for your family is one the most important decisions you will make in your child’s life. We will be involved with your family at some of your most joyful times as well as some of your most difficult times. We will see you when you’ve just had a baby, when your toddler conquers potty training, when you’ve been up all night with a sick child, and when your teen is preparing for college. We will be a part of your family’s lives.
At Meridian Pediatrics, we provide competent, compassionate, and supportive care to all families in the Treasure Valley and surrounding communities so that patients and parents feel confident in facing their children’s unique physical, mental, and emotional health concerns. We provide a full range of medical services for all children from newborn to age 21. In addition to sick and well-child care, we also offer lactation counseling, adolescent medical care, and ADD treatment.
At Meridian Pediatrics, we are monitoring the impact of COVID-19 closely. We will be adapting what we do with sick visits given the limitation of infection control in an office setting, including limited toys and books, but feel free to bring your own. If you have any questions or concerns, we have a nurse on the phone 24 hours a day. During clinic hours of 8 – 4:30 we have a triage nurse and for after hours, we have St. Lukes triage nurses to answer your questions.
For more information on how the virus spreads, how it’s treated, how to protect your child, and what to do if you or your child gets sick, please visit the CDC’s website here.
Effective 7/14/20, face masks are required at Meridian Pediatrics for children ages 2 and older.