With the risk of spreading the SARS-CoV-2 virus, even when kids don’t have symptoms, in-office visits aren’t always possible and certainly aren’t always safe anymore.
Of course, newborns, infants, and toddlers still need to be seen for essential preventative care in the office, especially when they need vaccines. As do some other kids in special situations.
“Be flexible. Consider modifying your clinical schedule and physical space to minimize risk. Increase capacity to deliver telehealth when possible.”Sally Goza, MD, FAAP President, American Academy of Pediatrics
Still, we are going to have to change how we provide that care until the COVID-19 pandemic is over.
Telemedicine Services at Lake Ray Hubbard Pediatrics
And that will often mean that most visits with your provider will be done virtually.
Are you ready?
After you sign and send in your consent form and make your appointment (call the Rockwall or Forney office as you normally would), please review this guide to Telemedicine for Parents and Pediatric Providers.
And then click on your providers name when it’s time for your appointment. If you can’t connect, wait by your phone or check your email – we will contact you!
- Vincent Iannelli, MD
- Susan Smart, MD
- Kristen Waw, MD
- Elena Chinn, MD
- Kaitlin Kinney, CPNP-PC
- Callie Kinsley, CPNP
- Whitney Eslinger, PA-C
- Paige Baker, CPNP
- Christopher Miller, DO
- Alban Tomaj, MD
- Alison Bray, CPNP-PC
Have any questions?
Call the office. We will be glad to help you.
More on Telemedicine at Lake Ray Hubbard Pediatrics
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- Kids and COVID-19
- 30 Uncommon Diseases Parents Should Learn to Recognize
- Treating the Flu and Hard to Control Flu Symptoms
- How to Self-Quarantine After Being Exposed to a Disease
- Talking to Children About COVID-19 (Coronavirus): A Parent Resource