Join Us for Our Toys for Tots Campaign

Suburban Pediatrics is hosting a Toys for Tots drive this holiday season

We’re holding a Toys for Tots drive this year to help our local families have a brighter holiday season. We would love our patient families to join us and spread even more cheer! We’re collecting gifts for newborns and children up to age 17. You can drop off new, unwrapped presents at any of our…

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Dr. Ronna Schneider Nominated for Above and Beyond Doctor of the Year!

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 It!” will feature all 2018…

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Our family is growing with your family!

The Suburban family is growing with our new fourth location

Families grow and change, and your Suburban Pediatrics is happy to be adding to its family as well. We’re excited to announce our new addition: On August 1, we will offer a fourth location as we merge with Premier Pediatric Group. We’re dedicated to the health and well-being of all our families. That’s why we…

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Understanding the new guidelines to diagnosing depression

The American Academy of Pediatrics recently announced new depression screening guidelines.

Earlier this year, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) updated their “Guidelines for Adolescent Depression in Primary Care.” This is the first update of the 2009 document crafted by the AAP and the Canadian Pediatric Society along with psychiatric associations from both countries. These guidelines recognize that pediatricians and other primary care providers are often…

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How to talk to your child about mental health

It's important to talk about mental health with your child from an early age

Just like your child’s physical health, it’s also important to keep an eye on their mental health. As a parent, we tend to our child’s needs. Whether that’s an unexplained rash, a high fever or a sore throat, we monitor our child’s physical health and take them to the doctor when we have concerns. Sometimes…

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We’re Adding a New Kings Mills/Mason Location for Your Convenience!

Suburban Pediatrics is proud to announce our merger with Premier Pediatric Group, effective August 1, 2018.

To meet the needs of our families, we’re pleased to announce that we’re merging with Premier Pediatric Group. After August 1, you’ll be able to choose from four Suburban Pediatric Associates offices, including our new 5386 Cox-Smith Rd. Suite A location. At Suburban Pediatrics, we want to continually provide the highest level of health care…

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Flip-flops: Yes, no, maybe?

How to avoid injuries if your children wear flip-flops

Flip-flops seem to be a kid’s best friend in the summer months. They’re easily available, easy to wear and they come in a variety of colors. Flip-flops provide sweet memories of sandy toes and lazy days on the beach. But, they also provide little arch or heel support and cause a lot of accidents. 27,000…

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How to keep your infant protected in the summer heat

Suburban Pediatrics provides tips on how to protect your infant from the summer heat

You and your infant may be spending summer inside snuggling with board books or playing on activity mats. Or you may like to be outside splashing in the pool. Either way summer can be a tricky time to keep a baby safe and comfortable in the heat. If your baby is overdressed, an angry heat…

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Why Social Media and Appts. Don’t Go Hand in Hand

Suburban Pediatrics follows social media privacy guidelines to ensure an effective, safe medical appointment

At Suburban Pediatrics, 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 all of our undivided attention to your child. After all,…

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How to make traveling abroad safe and fun with your family

For international travel, we recommend making an appointment early in order to get the appropirate vaccinataions.

As summer rolls around the corner, a beautiful vacation abroad may be on the calendar. As always, we’re committed at Suburban Pediatrics to keep your child safe and healthy. We recommend making an appointment with us about 6 weeks prior to traveling. This appointment will include a comprehensive evaluation based on the country where your…

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