Whether at home or in the office, we are caring for kids. We care for children all day and then come home to our own. It is what we do. We are a group of parents who happen to be pediatricians. I am often asked if being a pediatrician makes me a better mom, or if being a mom makes me a better pediatrician. Honestly, I’m not sure. Probably it goes both ways. But I do know it is a parental nightmare to navigate through the barrage of information out there concerning your child’s health. Everything from Facebook to Pinterest to your own mother claims to have the best advice on how to tackle a particular problem you may be having with your precious youngster. It can be overwhelming trying to discern the hype from the help. We’d like to be here to help.
We are starting a blog to provide some advice, insight, and assistance you can trust. We’ll be giving you weekly posts on pediatric health topics you’ll want to know more about. We hear your questions and concerns in our offices every day. Many of these parental worries are universal and timeless. Topics like fever, bedwetting, tantrums, and earaches are our daily business. It’s our job to give you the latest and best information to ensure the healthiest outcomes for your child. While the information we provide on this site will be generalized, and should never replace the specific advice your own pediatrician recommends, we hope to provide some overall guidance and direction when tackling your toughest parenting problems.
We are parents and we are doctors. We see kids through both lenses and have committed our lives and careers to their health and well-being. It is our mission to be “Caring for Kids…”