Keep your children's mental health strong during the quarantine - get parenting support

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is conducting a research study on a group parenting training program — Child Adult Relationship Enhancement in Pediatric Primary Care (PriCARE Plus). This six-week program is designed to improve child behavior, improve caregiver-child relationships, and decrease stress for caregivers of children 2 to 6 years old. An experienced psychologist will teach the…

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Teens should get the COVID-19 vaccine

There’s an end in sight to lockdowns and social distancing. But we’re not there yet. Together we can end the pandemic by getting the COVID-19 vaccine! The Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines have all been approved and are available in the United States. People over 16 years old can get the Pfizer…

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COVID-19 Infection or Antibody Tests are available

By Dr. Karen Agnew We understand that many families are anxious to have their children tested for COVID-19. We can now do that and we are offering two testing options: for acute infection for the coronavirus antibodies The acute infection diagnostic test This test checks samples from swabs of the inside of the nose to…

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Ohio AAP says to keep well-child visits

By Dr. Melissa Wallace Columbus, OH – The Ohio Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics (Ohio AAP) is encouraging families to maintain routine pediatric appointments during the COVID-19 pandemic. In-person, routine well child visits are still recommended for all children at this time, especially children under two who need to maintain their vaccination schedules. “The risk…

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coronavirus update from Suburban Pediatrics

By Dr. Ronna Schneider We thank you for your patience and understanding as our processes evolve with how state and federal officials are handling the coronavirus (COVID-19).   We want to update you on our most recent changes to provide the best care for all our children. Our team asks that only one adult attends…

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Cincinnati Children's announces new school note policy

By Dr. Angelique Gloster The school year is full of excitement — but it can also be full of colds and other minor illnesses. Sometimes those “bugs” mean a missed school day, and we want you to know that Cincinnati Children’s Liberty Primary Care, Cincinnati Children’s Mason Primary Care and Cincinnati Children’s Springdale Primary Care have…

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Mother and child follow guidelines for Coronavirus policy for Cincinnati Children's

By Dr. Jennifer Ringel There is a lot of anxiety surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19). That’s why we want our families to know our advice and recommendations during this time. Be assured that we are following the daily reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Ohio Department of Health (ODH). At…

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Dr. Ronna Schneider Announced as Doctor of the Year

By Dr. Amanda Lee The Aubrey Rose Foundation nominated Dr. Ronna Schneider as one of Cincinnati’s outstanding pediatric physicians for their 2018 “Above & Beyond” Doctor of the Year! The annual award recognizes physicians whose dedication, talents and skills have improved the lives of countless childhood patients. The foundation’s annual “Let’s Dance for the Heart of…

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Cincinnati Children's follows social media privacy guidelines to ensure an effective, safe medical appointment

By Dr. Aimee Reeder At Cincinnati Children’s Liberty, Mason and Springdale Primary Care, we want every child to grow to their fullest potential by being both physically and mentally healthy. Your child’s well-being is our primary focus at every appointment. We want to use that time to answer your questions, address any concerns and give…

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Suburban adopting new mandatory mask policy

COVID-19 cases are surging in our area. That’s why we’re updating our mask policy to protect our families, the staff members of Cincinnati Children’s Liberty Primary Care, Cincinnati Children’s Mason Primary Care and Cincinnati Children’s Springdale Primary Care and the community. We’re now making it mandatory that each person wears a mask in our building.…

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