Flu shots are here! Flu clinics will be held at the following times, by appointment only – please call to secure your slot! Hampton: 55 High Street, outdoors in rear parking lot Sunday, September 26th, 9am-2pm Portsmouth: 330 Borthwick Avenue, Suite 101 Friday, October 1st, 9am-11:45am Saturday, October 23rd, 8am-12pm Saturday, October 30th, 8am-12pm Make sure […]
All current patients will be informed of enrollment in NHIIS verbally and in writing during their next visit to the office. Please remember that you have access to your child’s vaccination records through your Patient Portal as well. We are pleased to inform you that our practice is now participating in NHIIS, New Hampshire’s Immunization […]
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has an excellent, up-to-date summary of the current state of COVID-19 antibody testing. At this time, our practice is not recommending that patients be tested for antibodies, as the results are difficult to interpret. If your child tests positive, it means that they may have antibodies from an infection with the virus that causes […]
It’s been a long, weird spring of quarantining, balancing working from home and remote learning for pre-K children through college-aged adults, and now that the school year has ended, many families have asked us whether it is safe to send their child to camp or other activities. Although the American Academy of Pediatrics recently released […]
Due to the extraordinary circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Pediatric Associates is now offering pediatric video visits through Spruce Health as an option for safe remote care. See your clinician virtually for illness, behavioral health, follow-up appointments, and more. Suitable for the evaluation of: Rashes and skin infections Allergies and sinus complaints Conjunctivitis (pink […]
As your primary care physicians, we are fully capable of evaluating and treating sports injuries such as sprains, contusions, exercise-induced asthma, vocal cord dysfunction and concussion.
Repeated use and misuse of antibiotics are some of the main causes of the increase in resistant bacteria.