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Compassionate, supportive care for your family!

Abington Pediatrics is doing everything we can to keep our patients and families safe during this unprecedented time. The health and safety of our patients, staff and their families is extremely important to us. We are following the recommendations of the CDC and Partners Healthcare regarding the COVID 19 outbreak. We are implementing the following strategies to help protect our patients and staff:

  • Rearranging the schedule to separate well and sick patients and rescheduling non-urgent appointments

  • Screening patients over the phone for COVID 19 risk factors prior to making an appointment 

  • Thoroughly cleaning the office at the end of every day and in between visits

  • Designating certain exam rooms for urgent/sick visits 

  • Implementing tele-medicine when appropriate (triaging over the phone versus office visit)

If you or your child are exhibiting symptoms of COVID 19 (sore throat, cough, fever, shortness of breath) AND have recently traveled/come in close contact with anyone who has recently traveled OR come in contact with a confirmed positive case of COVID 19 please call the office BEFORE coming in. We need to work together to prevent the spread of this virus. We will help you to get the care that you need. 

Premeir site for helpful information on well and sick child care created by The American Academy of Pediatrics. Lots of great advice available right at your fingertips! Search for a specific illness or read up on ages and stages. This is a credible, reliable source. 

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Patient Gateway

Patient Gateway allows you to: 

  • access your medical records 24/7 from home

  • view upcoming appointments

  • print health form for school

Not enrolled? Call us!

Please allow 48 hours for all medication refills - be mindful of when your medication is running low! 

 

Massachusetts Immunization Information System (MIIS)

 

 

Please let your provider know if you do not want you or your child's immune record shared within the state.

Flu Vaccines!

Reminder: flu season starts in September and lasts through March!

 

Please call to schedule an appointment with the nurse! 

 

 

Remember: if your child received his or her first flu vaccine this year they do need a second dose (4 weeks after the first)

 

 

Click here for more information on the flu!

Evening appointments available Monday and Tuesday!

Dosage Charts

Abington Pediatrics is excited to be a part of the Reach Out and Read program. This program, founded in 1989, encourages reading in young children to prepare them for success in school. Abington Pediatrics will be giving developmentally appropriate books to patients at each well exam, starting at six months through five years, in an effort to support reading together as a family. Reading is a very important part of a child's growth and development. Children whose parents read to them have better vocabularies and are better prepared for school. Abington Pediatrics is working to make literacy and school readiness an important part of your visit with us. Let's make reading fun! 

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