We like to be sure to be available to you for your kids and teens, and offer more access to care for your child and teen than any other clinic in the area! In addition to our regular hours Monday through Friday, we do our best to offer acute care on call 7 days a […]
Lots of things to discuss when preparing for college, for both teens and their parents. Tips on keeping it exciting without inducing anxiety here. Good resources for financial planning for college here. Checklists for financial preparation here: Thinking about that first year….here.
It’s always a challenge that we don’t want to undertake as parents, but one we must, especially in a time of marijuana legalization and in a town where alcohol is so prevalent. Get some good hints here.
Some good points here, and be sure to talk with us about your child’s unique skills and challenges.
In keeping kids safe this Summer, be sure to follow some of the links for Summer Safety on our site. Here’s the updated list for 2016 sunscreen safety.
We are excited to be launching today a new state of the art patient communication, medical record, and billing system! It will include a new portal for online information, including lab results, requesting appointments, paying bills and copays online, summaries after your child’s visit, and more! We expect in time for this system to […]
We are functional in our new office space at 810 13th St, adjacent to the hospital and Jackson Park! We are still unpacking, but in the interest of keeping access continuous for community children, we are open as we get settled. We can’t wait to show you our fun new space for kids! Looking forward […]
http://www.parents.com/videos/v/61651697/avoid-a-car-seat-mistake.htm Also, don’t buy used car seats or sell yours. Car seats have an expiration date because the plastics and belts weaken over many seasons of use and different temperatures. Our office will soon be collecting used seats for recycling. Contact Dr. Martin for more info.
As parents, we should always encourage our kids to be safe around the water, including taking swim lessons, swimming with a buddy or adult in the presence of a lifeguard, and understanding dangers like rip currents. Here’s a quick resource before you hit the beach. (Also, see the updated sunscreen guide linked below). http://oceantoday.noaa.gov http://ripcurrents.noaa.gov
We look forward to welcoming you to our new location at 810 13th St, across from Providence Hospital on your way up the hill, just before Jackson Park, with convenient access from Hood River Middle School and May St. Elementary schools. Our new space is slightly larger to accommodate our growth, and expands upon our […]