COVID-19 Info

General info

COVID-19, or coronavirus, is a viral respiratory infection that is spread through close contact with other people and/or respiratory droplets from sneezing or coughing. The virus can live on certain surfaces for up to 3 days. Symptoms include fever, body aches, headache, shortness of breath, and cough. Symptoms can occur between 2-14 days after exposure.

There is currently no vaccine or treatment for the illness. The best way to protect yourself and your family is to stay home, wash your hands often, cough/sneeze into your elbow, and avoid touching your face. If you must go out, try to maintain a distance of 6 feet from other people.


Age appropriate activities/school/info
It’s hard to not be anxious right now, but one of the best things you can do for your children is to try to remain calm and keep some sort of routine. This is a great time to tell stories, play board games, and watch movies. Get some outside time in your yard if you are able to do so safely.

The American Academy of Pediatrics ( has great information on their website for parents

Our office is pleased to announce the new opportunity for virtual office visits -or “TeleMedicine”. At this time, we will be utilizing TeleMedicine for a variety of concerns. If you are interested in scheduling a virtual office visit -please call the office to see if your child is a candidate for this option. Eligibility for telemedicine will be determined on a case by case scenario.
How can I be prepared for a telemedicine visit?
1) Complete insurance verification, copayment, and virtual agreement at time of scheduling.
2) Download “Zoom” application on your phone, tablet or visit computer and create an account. This is the platform in which your provider will be able to “video chat” with you.
3) If you are able -check your child’s temperature and weigh your child.
4) During your visit window -watch  for an email link to open and begin your visit