I just read some interesting facts about coronavirus in the NY Times. Coronavirus can only travel about 6 feet from an infected person and it is unknown how long it can live on surfaces. Measles virus can spread up to … Continue reading
The World Health Organization has recognized 2020 as the Year of the Nurse. It is the 200th anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale. Please take time to thank our nurses for all they do to help better the our … Continue reading
There has been a 77% increase in the number of confirmed influenza cases in NY. The last reported number was 3264 cases as of December 14th. This is up from 1839 cases the prior week. Even though we are seeing … Continue reading
All of us at Lewis Pediatrics wish you a Happy and Healthy Holiday Season. We are open 8:30 – 12:00 noon on Christmas and New Years Eve and will reopen on Thursday Dec 26th and Jan 2nd at 8:30 am.
We are seeing a good number of cases of influenza. Schools also report increasing numbers of absences due to influenza. It is not too late to get your influenza vaccine. The only treatment we have for the flu is fluids … Continue reading
We are thrilled to take telemedicine to a new level. Virtual visits are available via Anytime Pediatrics. Download the app, pre-register and simply request a visit from anywhere when your child needs trusted pediatric care. Appropriate visits include behavioral health … Continue reading
Best wishes for a Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Lewis Pediatrics. The office will be open on Friday, November 29th from 10 am -12 noon on a walk in basis. Phones will not be on.Open Saturday November 30th … Continue reading
We are in the final stages of implementing telemedicine through Anytime Pediatrics, a pediatric specific platform. Hopefully will be up and running in mid December. This will allow us to take care of certain conditions that can be handled without … Continue reading
A great piece from Understood.org. 5 Halloween Challenges for Kids With ADHD Have a safe Halloween.
I have heard reports of influenza diagnosed in Emergency Departments. I diagnosed my first case today. Harper recommends “FLU BEFORE BOO.” Call today to schedule an appointment.