Posts Tagged ‘Suburban Pediatrics’

We’re Collecting School Supplies until August 2!

Join us in donating school supplies for Middletown Central Academy

We invite you to join us in donating school supplies to support the students and families of Middletwon Central Academy. Please drop off your donations at the Liberty Township or Mason offices between now and August 2. You and your family can shop and select any of these school supplies: Ear buds* Dry erase markers*…

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Do you know the difference between a well-check and an office visit?

well check vs. office visit

Suburban Pediatrics, we always want what’s best for you and your child. That’s why we try to keep well-check appointments and office visits separate whenever possible. However, these visits do get combined because of certain circumstances. We’re happy to do this, but insurance requires us to bill for additional services. We want to eliminate potential…

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The Scary Truth About E-cigarettes

e-cigarettes

Over the past few years, nicotine use in children and adolescents has rapidly increased, largely because of a product called JUUL. Introduced in 2015, JUUL is an e-cigarette that’s leading to what public health officials call “a youth e-cigarette epidemic.” “In 2018, e-cigarette use among high school students rose by 78 percent, and more than…

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Kings Mills Location Announcement

We’re so excited that Premier Pediatrics Group became part of the Suburban Pediatrics family last year. We were able to add healthcare providers and help more area families with the addition of this great group. Since last August, many patient families have told us that the Kings Mills location is too close to our other…

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In the News: EpiPen Lot Extension

The EpiPen brand of epinephrine for allergic reactions is on back order due to a recall. To help alleviate the burden of the shortage, the FDA recently extended the expiration dates of certain lots of EpiPens. The indicated lots are deemed safe for an additional four months, according to the FDA. They hope this decision…

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4 Tips to Prepare Your Child for Shots

how to prepare your children for shots

Shots are never fun – for the child or the adult. The fear associated with the shot can cause children to not want to go to the pediatrician. But because shots provide the protection that each child needs, parents can help prepare their kids for the big moment. Here are a few tips that help…

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3 Tips to Beat the Winter Chills

How to protect your children from winter chills

One of the great things about living in Ohio is experiencing all of the seasons. But with winter’s plummeting temperatures, it’s important to help your children have fun and stay safe playing outside. Keep an eye on the weather forecast and outdoor thermometer If your kids are heading outside for adventures, be conscious of what…

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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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